Fallout 3 - Mothership Zeta Interview

OXM writes: "With Operation Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel and Point Lookout, Bethesda has done a stellar job keeping Fallout 3 fresh with DLC.

Yet it's the fifth and final DLC episode that could prove the best. Mothership Zeta will help answer that final question everyone has been asking since they first explored the wasteland - how did an alien craft end up crash landing there?

We ask DLC Producer Jeff Gardiner about Mothership Zeta including new weapons, the action vs exploration balance and refilling the Alien Blaster..."

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Qdog3391d ago (Edited 3391d ago )

However, where the freak is the PS3 DLC? It has already been delayed, and to tell the truth, this will be the last generation that I buy anything Bethsoft makes.

Not only that but every guy in my battalion that games, has a PS3. We have waited patiently while you ignore us every chance you get, and whisper sweet nothings in our ear to quiet our concerns.

I've already got a petition in full swing for boycott from my entire battalion, and am now working on other battalions within the brigade. Pretty soon it'll be by Divisions. This sour taste has touched too many mouths that were eager to play your games pre, during, and post-deployment. Thats right, over 90 soldiers/PS3 owners will not be supporting you after your final DLC reaches the PC with quite a few more to follow. I hope this sparks a fire that sets an example for other developers that make promises they dont intend to keep and agreements that short-change consumers based on console choice and money hats. It was never claimed as an exclusive, so why then has it been such, for so long now? Fifth and final slap in the face.

Gamer_Politics3391d ago (Edited 3391d ago )

how many bugs will this pack be filled with?

Baron793391d ago

Hopefully not that many.

I just finished "The Pitt" last night and I colud not believe some of the bugs I was experiencing, it was almost unplayable.