Spawn Kill Review: Fallout 3 Broken Steel DLC

Bethesda knows what they're doing when it comes to downloadable content. With the exception of the short periods of glitchiness that plagued both Operation: Anchorage and The Pitt (which Bethesda was smart to fix post-haste) Fallout 3 has had some pretty fantastic additions onto the story of the wasteland wanderer. The only problem is that even with the previous two DLC packs – the story still had a concrete ending, no matter how you played.

Some things change, and some things don't. The Broken Steel DLC released for Fallout 3 changes the ending – by continuing the storyline. What doesn't change? The quality of Bethesda's DLC – Broken Steel is as good (if not even better) than the previous showings.

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K-Tuck3482d ago

Can't wait for the GOTY Edition.

DominusRebellis3482d ago

When is it released and does anyone know how long each DLC will take to beat?

Doctor_Doom3482d ago

I didn't try Broken steel DLC but Operation Anchorage and The Pitt will last for about four hours each.

tigresa3482d ago

Yeah it's gunna be bangin' to see them all stocked up on one disc. Totally worth it for $60... Considering we already paid $60 for the game flying solo as well. Nice review. Glad the DLC packs are actually worth it.

tigresa3482d ago

I can't help but think though that they had these all in development when the game came out, these DLC are being released back to back almost.