Edge: Fallout 3: Broken Steel Review

Though it's never dull, Broken Steel's revisionist approach might upset those who value their place in Capital Wasteland history. It doesn't offer much to those who'd rather star in campfire tales, either, its missions concerned with strictly military affairs. But while it lacks the scope or density of Oblivion's The Shivering Isles, it's the most you're going to get out of Fallout's current batch of DLC. And as a long-anticipated reopening of the game's original map, it at least gives you something to live for.

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