Fallout 3 Game Ad-On Pack: Broken Steel and Point Lookout - PC

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  • REQUIRES FALLOUT 3
  • Tougher foes await in life beyond level 20, including new enemies like the Super Mutant Overlord
  • Battle your way to level 30, with all new perks and achievements to unlock along the way
  • Discover and explore an entire new area - the beachfront town of Point Lookout, with its decrepit boardwalk and surrounding swamplands loaded with adventure
  • Extends the Main Quest, allowing you to continue playing your existing character and find out what happens next in the Capital Wasteland

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BROKEN STEEL: Continue your existing Fallout 3 game and finish the fight against the Enclave remnants alongside Liberty Prime. Broken Steel moves the level cap for your character from 20 to 30, allowing you to experience even more of the game, including new perks and achievements. Story: You may have dealt the Enclave a serious blow at Project Purity, but their forces are still out there, and still pose a grave threat to the people and security of the Capital Wasteland. In Broken Steel, you’ll continue your current Fallout 3 character past the events of Project Purity, and work with the Brotherhood of Steel to eradicate the Enclave threat once and for all. Travel to new locations like the Olney Powerworks, wield destructive new weapons like the Tesla Cannon, and fight powerful new creatures like the Super Mutant Overlord. POINT LOOKOUT: Point Lookout opens up a massive new area of the Wasteland – a, dark, murky swampland along the coast of Maryland. So hop on the ferry to the seaside town of Point Lookout, for the most mysterious and open-ended Fallout 3 DLC adventure yet. Story: Buy a ticket and hop onboard the Duchess Gambit, as Tobar the Ferryman takes you to the strange seaside town of Point Lookout. What secrets does the dilapidated boardwalk hold? Who lives in the sprawling mansion? Why is the Punga Fruit so important? And what horrors lie in the depths of the murky swamp? Point Lookout is the most open-ended DLC yet, and allows you to explore a huge, swampy wasteland any way you’d like. A completely new quest line allows you uncover the town’s hidden secrets and wield powerful new weapons like the Double-Barrel Shotgun against the swamp’s dangerous, and deformed, denizens.

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Platform:PC
ASIN B002GDRNLS
Release date August 25, 2009
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4.3 out of 5 stars 56 customer reviews

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Broken Steel does for Fallout 3 what the Extended Editions did for Lord of the Rings: by adding more and deeper content it makes you care more and feel like things have properly been resolved. Plus, after the dramatic, explosion-packed finale, you get to play on as long as you like with a raised level cap.

Point Lookout adds a huge swampy area for you too look around with plenty to see and do. The quest is fun and interesting and there are some great characters and locations. It's a great Fallout add-on, but those who enjoyed Bethesda's Shivering Isles and Morrowind will enjoy the landscape too.
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If you have Fallout 3 and want to take your game further, this is the DLC for you. Broken Steal and Point Lookout are much, much better and open ended than Operation Anchorage and The Pitt.

Contrary to what one misinformed reviewer wrote, this add on actually removes SecuRom from the original Fallout 3 installation.

If you don't own Fallout 3 yet, you may want to wait, as a game of the year edition will be released soon with all five DLCs included.
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I've been pleased with the DLCs that Fallout 3 has come out with. Fortunately my two favorites happened to be packaged together. Both provide entertaining game play and at $[...] its a pretty good deal

BROKEN STEEL: Broken Steel begins where the main quest in the game ended. After activating the water purifier, you must deal with the remaining pockets of the Enclave forces through out the wasteland. There are also some fun side quests where you deal with gangs that attempt to extort the new water supply. Broken Steel adds some fun adventure and some powerful new equipment, which you will definitely need because the action gets intense towards the end. The biggest perk is that you can increase your EXP level to 30 that include some powerful benefits

POINT LOOKOUT: My personal favorite of the DLC's so far (though at this point have not played MOTHERSHIP yet) in this DLC you take a ferry to Point Lookout Maine to capitalize on a business opportunity. What you find is evil masterminds who try to recruit you as their personal assassin, mutant hillbillies and black magic cults. You don't get too many unique weapons or armor but the map is huge. I'd say it's roughly 1/4 the size of the main map. There's a lot to explore in Point lookout(you get an achievement if you find all of the map locations) and it has some very enjoyable(and lengthy) side quests.

If you're a fan of fallout I would get these two DLCs instead of The Pitt package. Both of these DLC's add a good 6-7 hours of game play to the game. pick it up!
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It has been several years since this game came out, and even this DLC is not news to anyone. However, if you loved the original Fallout 3 and the Fallout universe (I have been on board since the original Fallout and its aggravating time constraints) and have Fallout 3 but did not get the Game of the Year Edition (if you don't have it at all, go get that since it has all the DLC), then this two part DLC (which is hopefully reasonably priced) is an awesome way to keep playing. 10 more levels and new adventures, what could possibly go wrong?
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There is a reason why this game was game of the year. It is excellent. Not for younger gamers though. It has all the elemnts of an R rated film other than nudity. The broken steel add on pack gives you a few more weapons and raises your level cap. The point look-out add-on gives you another quest line. the quest line will take you about 2-3 hours to complete, and follows the original story line. The best thing about this add-on is that it gets rid of the crappy you die ending that the original fall-out 3 had. So once you finish this add on you can wander around aimlessly or finish all the side quests. There are five expansions for this game that I know of. The other three are available for download. Just do a web search for them.
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Not much to say, both are nice DLCs, but you definitely want to get point lookout out of the way. It has boosted difficulty for no reason at all, and the main quest and even the side quests are boring, which is unusual in a Bethesda game.
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Broken Steel puts you back into the service of the Brotherhood of Steel fighting the Enclave. Point Lookout takes you to a whole new playing area, with scads to explore and more quests to undertake. Good update for those already well into the Fallout 3 realm.
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If you liked Fallout 3 then this is just more fun. I thought the way Fallout 3 ended was a little dissapointing because you didn't really see what the outcome was. This add on lets you see how things go beyond that a little. Theres no much variety in terms of creatures or faces which was my complaint about Fallout 3 as well, but its just more of the same fun and I enjoyed it, especially since it didn't cost a lot. For a couple dollars its very well worth it and will probably extend your Fallout 3 game experience by a few hours at least.
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