Get Fallout 3 Game Add-Ons For 400 Microsoft Points

All five Fallout 3 game add-ons (Mothership Zeta, Point Lookout, Broken Steel, The Pitt and Operation Anchorage) are only 400 Microsoft Points on Xbox Live today.

So, if you've been holding out on even one of the add-ons because 800 Points is too high a price, today you officially don't have any excuses. Tomorrow, you might, though. Reports say this sale is a Today Only deal. However, said report was filed yesterday morning and the sale price still remains on Xbox Live as of today.

To date, I think the only add-on I've actually shelled out for (at full price no less) is Knothole Island in Fable II. Because - you guessed it - I chose money over my dog at the end of the game so I could buy Castle Fairfax. Vanity, thy name is sex change side quest!

Check out the sale here.

Holiday Deal Fallout 3 [Burn360]


Comments

    This is an awesome deal; a must buy for anyone who doesn't have them already. I bought them each as they were released at full price, and I don't regret a moment of it.

    I'd recommend Broken Steel and Point Lookout, then the Pitt and lastly Operation Anchorage and Mothership Zeta. The last two weren't as imaginative as the rest, especially Mothership Zeta which was an FPS fest one bland hallway after another. All the DLC's are good efforts from Bethesda, so I recommend this to anyone who has the points to spare.

    I only think that Broken Steel and Point Lookout are worth the actual Microsoft Points. They're the only pieces of downloadable content that are free-form and let you go at your own pace. And Broken Steel removes the end of main story blockade and raises the level cap to 30 straight away.

    Meanwhile, Anchorage, Pitt and Zeta mainly go in a straight line, and when they're over, they're over. No replay value whatsoever. For 800 points? I don't think these would be worth it for 400.

      I still thought the Pitt was better than Zeta and Anchorage. The Pitt at least offered you a choice and some pretty interesting side quests to boot, while Zeta and Anchorage gave you a few starting quests, a hub with a few objectives, a few more quests, a simple boss fight, some loot, then sent back to the Wasteland, not to return to most of the new area.

    Fallout 3 is one of those games that I just can’t get into , I got the GOTY edition a while ago and no matter how much I play I just can’t seem to enjoy it like everyone else did, I guess I should have known this would happen when I didn’t like Oblivion that much either. I can certainly see why this game gets the praise that it does (and it deserves it). But it’s just not one of those games I can jump head first into. But this deal is good, if you only have the original Fallout 3 with no add-ons I say go for it.

      Yeah, F3 is just a game you need to invest a lot of time in. I've got 234 or so hours on my main playthrough, completed all the DLC, quests and stuff, and I tried replaying it a few days ago, and I just couldn't get into it. That being said, all of the 234 hours were done in blocks, you just have to get really engrossed into it and spend ages on it at a time. At least that's what worked for me.

        I think it’s just me, my friend has no next generation systems and he comes over my house all the time to play Oblivion, it’s amazing just how much he got into that game, I never have, I guess I’m more of a fan of the action orientated RPG’S that are not so in depth, I just didn’t understand half of the features in Oblivion I saw no need to upgrade my ‘Speechcraft’ or ‘Acrobatics’ before i had never started the game i had to choose a star sign thing and a class and a race, and a million other things.

          Fair enough, man. I guess pretty complex RPG's like F3 and Oblivion just aren't your thing, and that's fine. It's too bad though, you're missing out on a great experience. You played Mass Effect? I reckon that's pretty in-depth while still being accessible to the new player and people who want to just get into the action.

            I’ve played everything from Bioware going back to baldur's gate, and yeah i really like those RPG’s Dragon age origins in my game of 2009

    Sales over. Sucks.

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