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At 6/25/12 01:06 PM, Prinzy2 wrote: Honest Hearts.
There wasn't a DLC called Honest Hearts for Fallout 3. I'm assuming that was for New Vegas? Never actually played the DLC for that game. In fact, I didn't play the game much.
As for Fallout 3, Point Lookout was my favourite of the DLCs. Awesome new map and crazed red necks. What wasn't to love?
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At 6/25/12 12:17 PM, hitman1993 wrote: Mothership Zeta because aliens.
MZ was a linear piece of shit with OP weapons that broke the game.
Not a single interesting quest, just another corridor shooter.
At 6/25/12 02:01 PM, Dean wrote: As for Fallout 3, Point Lookout was my favourite of the DLCs. Awesome new map and crazed red necks. What wasn't to love?
At 6/25/12 12:40 PM, Jackho wrote: Point Lookout has by far the biggest new area and the most content. They're all fairly good except Operation Anchorage, and we could have done without Mothership Zeta.
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Also dean you should give NV another shot. I hated it at first and sold it, but when I got back into it I really enjoyed it. The quests have way more variety, and it played more like an RPG.
Also, all dem choices.
Seriously Dean, do yourself a favour and get the GOTY edition, it's real cheap.
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You should always start with Broken Steel seeing as it enhances the main game rather than adding new adventures in new areas. From there I'd say get them all! Mothership Zeta was pretty weak though with it's liniarity and glitches but I still enjoyed the experience overall.
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I liked Point Lookout the most because unlike the rest of the game it has some replay value since the quality of story, characters and locations are 200% better than the rest of Fallout 3.