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Xbox Live DotW - Fallout 3 + Oblivion DLC 50% Off
Xbox Live DotW - Fallout 3 + Oblivion DLC 50% Off

Xbox Live DotW - Fallout 3 + Oblivion DLC 50% Off

Bethesda DLC Sale
Fallout 3: Broken Steel 400MSP - Raises level cap, extends main story
Fallout 3 Operation: Anchorage 400MSP - Based in Alaska with Chinese invaders
Fallout 3: Mothership Zeta 400MSP - On alien ship with badass alien weapons
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Shivering Isles 1200MSP - This is massive?
The Elder Scrolls IV: Knights of the Nine 400MSP - No idea what this is
The Elder Scrolls IV: Horse Armor Pack 100MSP
Vault 101 suit (male/female) 120MSP
Vault boy head (male/female) 80MSP

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Handy to pick up Broken Steel if you don't already have it to raise the level cap in Fallout 3 to 30 and not end the game after the ending if you know what I mean

Sodding Bethesda.. Bought all of the Fallout 3 DLC already, and I can't carry on with New Vegas until I buy soome MSP and get the new DLC for that to raise the level cap to 40.. I'll be buggered if I'm carrying on at level 35 and not gaining the level up!

The Elder Scrolls IV: Horse Armor Pack 100MSP

GET IN!

Ah.... the infamous horse armour that started this overpriced DLC trend

Anything good there btw?

LotusJas

Anything good there btw?



Broken Steel is the best bit of DLC I've ever bought..

Fallout 3 DLC: 3 x 400msp = 1200msp or about £10, surely it's cheaper to find a good deal on the GOTY?

bioolio

Fallout 3 DLC: 3 x 400msp = 1200msp or about £10, surely it's cheaper to … Fallout 3 DLC: 3 x 400msp = 1200msp or about £10, surely it's cheaper to find a good deal on the GOTY?




Operation: Anchorage & Mothership Zeta are pretty poor IMO (put me off buying any of the New Vegas DLC - from what I heard it suffers from the same stuff i.e. little or no story, poor dialogue and too focused on combat to drag out there length)

The best two are Point Lookout (not included in sale?) which is a new island and some cool sidequests n stories and Broken Steel (fixes/extends the ending); I wouldn't bother with the others.

Shivering Isles and Knights Of The Nine are worth getting if you enjoyed Oblivion.
Cheaper to rent/borrow the DLC disk and install it from that. You don't need the disk after that, you just reinsert the Oblivion disk.
I think the Fallout DLC disk works the same way.

Honestly, Bethesda shouldn't sell themselves short on that horse armor. They should really charge, oh I dunno, around $10 USD for that.



Edited by: "sits69" 24th May 2011

Bit of a strange choice for deals of the week, reducing content for such old games (and the Fallout 3 content for definate and prob the Oblivion have been this price before).

sheldococo

[quote=bioolio]Operation: Anchorage & Mothership Zeta are pretty poor IMO … [quote=bioolio]Operation: Anchorage & Mothership Zeta are pretty poor IMO (put me off buying any of the New Vegas DLC - from what I heard it suffers from the same stuff i.e. little or no story, poor dialogue and too focused on combat to drag out there length)



As far as Vegas goes, Dead Money is appalling but Honest Hearts is worth picking up when it drops to 400MSP.. I paid the full 800MSP which is bordering on too expensive, but a play Fallout more than any other game, so it was worth it to me.. Plus, I couldn't be stuck at Level 35 any longer while friends went on to Level 40..

Dead Money is frustratingly difficult to begin with due to having no weapons or ammo, then quickly becomes laughably easy.. Not engrossing at all, very little to do with the fallout universe as a whole, so I wouldn't recommend it for anything other than raising your level cap by 5.

I look forward to the xbox deal of the week, but this is poor this week.

The DLC for Fallout 3 is all included in the GOTY edition and this is quite cheap to buy now (£13ish).
As for Oblivion, Xbox Live normally release DLC like this in a last effort to squeeze points out of people prior to releasing a retail version with them all on (Borderlands, Mafia 2...).
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