VGC writes: "Fallout 3 was our Best Western-style RPG last year, and now Operation Anchorage is here as the first of three downloadable content (DLC) packs for the game, all of which are available exclusively on Xbox 360 and Games for Windows Live for $10 (or 800 Microsoft points as they'd prefer I say). Yes, I said Games for Windows Live (GFWL), not PC, because in order to get Operation Anchorage on your PC you need to have a GFWL account, purchase Microsoft points (which don't come in a convenient 800-point size, of course), and then always be signed into your GFWL account while playing Fallout 3, adding several seconds to the initial loading time. If your old save file wasn't already linked to your GFWL account, you'll have to dig into your directory structure, find the save files, and copy them over. It's a hassle that shouldn't be necessary on the PC, and frankly just encourages piracy. Obviously on the 360 you don't have these issues."