Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage

October 10, 2009 – 2:57 pm | by Will C

operationanchorageAnyone who has played Fallout 3 will know, and I mean know, that it is a BIG game with so many missions and quests to do that you can’t help but wonder “How am I supposed to do all this? I’m only one man!” Just when you thought that you knew the Wastelands, found every damn landmark and saved every no-good Wastelander, Bethesda Studios goes and does something like this: Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage! That’s right, there’s more…lots more.

This is not the Fallout 3 you will know either, oh no, that would have been too simple. You don’t get to fight puny post-apocalyptic Super Mutants, if only. You will be fighting the Red Army, or as you will find out, China’s finest. This word ‘finest,’ I feel needs to be explained in more detail because I’m not just talking about men with guns or Sam Fisher-a-likes. No, when I say ‘finest,’ I’m talking about the kinds of soldiers you don’t even see coming, you just cease to exist and when you think you’ve got one there’s a bigger, uglier one to replace him.

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The best bit about this content though is that if (IF) you finish it, you’re left with lots of expensive toys that can be unleashed on the Wasteland. Fun, destructive toys . This titan sized package comes in at 800 Microsoft points, or to us mortals a tenner, but believe me when I say it, this is worth every penny. This content changes Fallout from a ‘Are you ready to die Raider?’ to a ‘Today is a good day to die, bring on the Red Army,’ kind of game.”

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3 stars (out of 5)
  1. 4 Responses to “Fallout 3: Operation Anchorage”

  2. By Owen.H on Oct 10, 2009 | Reply

    Looks like a tempting expansion. The review really sells it to me. Not sure about the cost though!

  3. By elle on Oct 10, 2009 | Reply

    Love this review, tells it like it is and with humour.


  4. By A-C on Oct 11, 2009 | Reply

    This review really grabbed me…. if I hadn’t already told my brother to buy it this would have convinced me.

  5. By Schallpattern on Oct 11, 2009 | Reply

    Good to read an honest, straight-forward review that’s not biased in any way. When you’re not on a large income, you can’t afford the pain of making a £40 mistake with a game so help such as this is much appreciated. More like this , please!

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