Review: Fallout 3: Point Lookout

“After exploring holographic snowcapped mountains in the arctic, venturing into an industrial Pittsburgh slave town, and waging a giant robot-led war against communism, the latest Fallout 3 DLC takes us to the murky swamps and jagged shorelined cliffs of Point Lookout. While the last few downloadable installments varied widely in their offerings – and suffered from a few unfortunate but temporary technical issues at launch – Bethesda seems to be gradually perfecting its formula. Though it offers more in terms of interesting encounters and strange plot twists than actual loot rewards, Point Lookout is easily one of the best and most challenging DLC excursions so far.”

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Fallout 3: Broken Steel Review

“Countless hours spent exploring the vast nooks and crannies of the wasteland in Fallout 3 culminated in a major letdown for players who decided to proceed through the conclusion of the game’s main storyline. Start-to-finish, the game’s main series of quests are a sizeable effort to tackle, but the decimated landscape of post-apocalyptic Washington, D.C. holds a cornucopia of hidden curiosities to explore in its side quests. Completing the game closed off the possibility of continuing your journey. With the new Fallout 3: Broken Steel DLC, Bethesda has righted several wrongs and provided an even greater incentive to pour more time into its radiation-scorched realm.”

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