GameSpy has played a lot of Fallout 3. Between the main game and the first piece of DLC, they've logged close to 100 hours, and they still find themselves hopping into the Wasteland from time to time for a bit of the ol' ultraviolence. Needless to say, they were pretty excited to check out The Pitt (the second piece of DLC that will be released in March) earlier today at the D.I.C.E. Summit. While they really enjoyed Operation: Anchorage, GameSpy agreed with Gerald's assertions that it really didn't feel like the Fallout 3 that they fell in love with late last year. This was mainly due to the fact that it felt a lot more like a straight-up shooter than an RPG, and while that's not really a bad thing, it's also not what Fallout 3 is all about. Thankfully, The Pitt feels exactly like the main game, as you'll be able to level up your character, hack terminals, pick through garbage cans for sustenance, and generally do whatever it is you like to do.
* Same great Fallout 3 gameplay GameSpy knows and loves
* New weapons and enemies
* Nice variety of environments
* Is 4-5 hours of gameplay worth $10 to you?