Point Lookout, the fourth downloadable episode for Fallout 3, arrived on the PC and Xbox 360 this morning. In what's become sort of a common routine with Fallout 3 DLC, a few bugs have cropped up.
as soon as i went to that site i was hit with a redirector that gave me a bs pane about system vulnerabilities.. be careful
Only on the BugBoX
and you didn't read the article because complaints are the same for both PC and 360. Can't make any friends and you even suck at trolling.. not much hope for you.. HA hA!
Ohhh, you got owned you yellow douche.
I got the same thing #1. On topic: I've been lucky with the DLC for Fallout so far. I've managed to avoid the bugs many people have encountered and I hope it's the same with this one. I will be grabbing this tonight.
I've just been waiting a week and picking it up after they get all the hiccups cleared up. Each episode only takes a couple hours anyway so there's no rush.
While I'm really looking forward to this (Getting it tomorrow!), I wish Beth would fix the ACTUAL game instead of pushing out all these DLCs. Seriously. Having the game freeze while turning around, having your aim stuck to the right hand side of the screen, having the game freeze while entering V.A.T.S. and having the Pip-Boy menu get cut off at the top of the screen is starting to piss me off.
Whoever disagreed needs to get their head checked. The game is seriously broken and NEEDS TO BE FIXED!! But Beth are money hungry, so they're going to release the UFO DLC (Which is a re-skinned Operation: Anchorage) and leave it at that. Assuming all Fallout 3 fans have bought every DLC so far (And have bought the game for €60 like I have), then we've actually spent €78 on the game and then we'll pay another €6.00 for the UFO DLC. That's €84 altogether. Hell, I've even read on the 'net that Point Lookout is filled with bugs! Although the only one I've seen so far is the very bright water in some places. The majority of the bugs I've witnessed have come from the main game - walking through the Wasteland. Beth needs to get their sh*t together. Then again, Oblivion is still broken... EDIT: Here's some links to prove all of those Beth ass kissers wrong: Main game bugs: http://fallout.wikia.com/wi... Operation Anchorage bugs: http://fallout.wikia.com/wi... The Pitt bugs: http://fallout.wikia.com/wi... Broken Steel bugs: http://fallout.wikia.com/wi... Point Lookout bugs: http://fallout.wikia.com/wi...
Nelson owned once again..........Ha Ha
No problems here so far Im at where Im gonna do someting for the tribals. The only problem I have is the framerate in this DLC only it feels like its loading alot, I have both the game and DLC on the 60GB harddisk.
Same here only one lock up. But no noticeable bugs like the last DLC. I have been playing for about 3 hours.
Always expect bugs in Bethesda Games.
Fallout 3 full with buggy!!!!!!
lol thats full of fail ...
Where are the usual disagrees for those pointing out that bethesda games always have bugs :p ? Again bethesda has come a long way from daggerfall ... but still can't seems to do a damn QC check properly .
The Fallout series has come a long way too. Interplay shipped the first two with pretty huge bugs. People nowadays have a lot less tolerance for that sort of thing (as well they should).
Ok this is really annoying
hmm. although i've downloaded all of Fallout 3's DLC, the only one i've played is Operation: Anchorage. guess i'll have to redownload them. can anyone suggest the best order to play them in???
Broken steel first. The others you can do in any other order.
We wish to thank the M$ x-mens for beta testing the DLC for us PS3 owners. Again.
I've had 7 or 8 freezes so far with point lookout, one that corrupted my autosave so I had to load a save from an hour and half earlier. Sucks because everything else with PL has been top notch: exploration, quests/writing, loot, a lot tougher enemies, interesting atmosphere.
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