Posts : 125 Join date : 2014-07-16 Age : 23 Location : Ireland
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Tue Dec 30, 2014 1:42 pm
I agree Fo3 DLC all of them compared were better not to say the NV DLC was bad I enjoyed all of them they were very good too just some of the settings and of course the ability to continue the game in FO3 wins it for me.
Posts : 35 Join date : 2014-08-03 Age : 29 Location : Bermuda
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Tue Dec 30, 2014 2:13 pm
For me it would be a slight tie between Old World Blues and Lonesome Road. OWB has the characters and areas that are zany and fun, but the winner for me was the plot line and how the overall story unfolded. LR was at its core a gritty tale that I appreciated, and thought was true to the FNV theme. My biggest regret was being over level for LR that I couldn't appreciate the Riot Gears, because my modded armour had better stats.
I'm really interested in picking Fo3 back up and playing the DLC's I picked up from the steam sales. Great Question!
Posts : 58 Join date : 2014-11-28 Age : 18 Location : United Kingdom
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Mon Jan 05, 2015 12:08 pm
I personally think Broken steel is the best Fallout 3 DLC, I loved combating the Enclave as I think they are a good challenge, the DLC also wraps up the events that take place after the purifier and finally probably the most important point is the fact you can carry on the game after finishing the main quest line.
My favourite Fallout New Vegas DLC would be the lonesome road, It had a lot of content an interesting story that is explained through the other DLC's and I personally loved the chats with Ulysses which make no sense unless you take the time to find the notes scattered throughout the divide.
Posts : 259 Join date : 2014-06-11 Age : 19 Location : Academy City
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Mon Jan 05, 2015 1:40 pm
This would be based off personal opinion but I enjoyed the DLC that explains more of the story like Operation Anchorage, to be in the war that caused the nukes to be dropped and what created/started the post apocalyptia we all know and love today.
Posts : 124 Join date : 2014-07-02 Age : 19 Location : Luxembourg
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Mon Jan 05, 2015 6:31 pm
I loved the Honest Hearts Dlc, the story was cool and the characters were very likeable. As for FO3 i liked The Pitt the most because you were able to make a lot of choices and them taking away your stuff really made it difficult.
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Mon Jan 05, 2015 8:55 pm
For Fallout 3, it would be Broken Steel as well. Not only does it fixes some base game ending plot holes, but the final battle to take the mobile base crawler was suitably epic and wrap up the game nicely.
For New Vegas, I gotta go with Old World Blue. Love the black comedy and the quirky cast.
Posts : 98 Join date : 2015-01-05 Age : 16 Location : Świecie ,Poland
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Wed Jan 07, 2015 9:10 pm
I think that the best is Broken Steel For F3 , because ... to be honest , for me the end of F3 was just "WHAT ?! That's ALL ? " And nothing ever happened then ... I was waiting for this one and I think , that Bethesda saw the same as me , so they've made it .
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Posts : 56 Join date : 2014-08-04 Location : Somewhere in the Middle East I dunno.
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Tue Jan 13, 2015 8:57 pm
I would either have to say it was Operation Anchorage from FO3 or Honest Hearts from FNV. Both of those DLC's in my opinion had some of the best characters, enemies, quests, weapons & armor and overall landscape.
Posts : 122 Join date : 2015-01-14 Age : 20 Location : USA
Subject: Re: Best Fallout 3 and NV DLC ?? Sat Jan 17, 2015 1:44 am
For Fallout 3, mine would actually be Mothership Zeta. I love the B-movie visuals and out of place characters. For New Vegas, I'd have to go with Old World Blues. I laughed my ass off the first time I played it and have looked forward to it every playthrough. Lonesome Road is a good one imo also because I like the solitary, gloomy aspect and that it has a "last enemy that must be defeated" vibe to it.