Fallout 3: Point Lookout Review
- date: June 25, 2009
To all gamers!
Do not support expensive downloadable add-ons. These items are one-time-buy-no-sell items with no resellable value. I repeat NO RESELLABLE VALUE whatsoever. The retail version is a marketing strategy only, and since you also have to download it, it fills the same purpose. You are making richer these companies who are not giving you the right to resell your games since everybody who wants to play this simply has to buy it from the original seller. What if you want to sell a massive add-on, a few add-ons, a downloadable game that you bought or lend it to a friend? Simply you cannot...
These items are not negotiable instruments after you buy them. If you plan ahead you will notice that in the future when you'll surely want to move to the next generation console you will be stuck with all these items in your hard drive. You won't be able to sell them to help pay for another item or your future next generation console. You will be unable to pl
Fallout 3: Point Lookout Review
- date: October 9, 2009
If you've been bug free then coiunt yourself lucky, take a look at the fallout forums at the bethesda website. For many, many people the game is glitchy to the point of being unplayable.
DLC Review Fallout 3: Point Lookout
- date: December 8, 2009
After completing the main quest and navigating the swampy area of Point Lookout, Maryland to my heart's content, I can rightfully say that Lookout is by far the best DLC you can get for this game (yes, it's better than Broken Steel). Point Lookout is everything you love about Fallout 3, except on a smaller scale. If you play Lookout, expect a choice-filled main quest, interesting and fun-filled side-quests, new and fun-to-use weapons, armor, and items, and a great environment that just feels right.
Traditional Fallout 3 players will not be disappointed here. Point Lookout manages to remain faithful the Fallout 3 formula, so not much has changed, but that's not a bad thing if you really enjoyed The Capital Wasteland. The gameplay can be summed up with six words:
Killing rednecks is so much fun.
I don't know if it's my boonies lifestyle that I can relate to them or the fact that they're so ugly you just want to put a .308 bullet in between their eyes. Whatever Bethesda did to make kil
Fallout 3 Point Lookout DLC Trailer and Release Date
- date: June 2, 2009
Check out the trailer at Giant Bomb
Looks like Left 4 Dead sort of - very awesome. Drops later this month. I need to get going on the Broken Steel DLC!!
Fallout 3: Point Lookout
- date: June 19, 2009
We've released six new screenshots for Point Lookout and also added a team diary that provides insight into how Point Lookout went from concept to completion. Point Lookout will be available on Games for Windows LIVE and Xbox LIVE on June 23.
Fallout 3: Point Lookout Review
- date: June 24, 2009
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by Erik Brudvig
Summary: The fourth Fallout 3 downloadable expansion, Point Lookout, takes you on a ferry ride to an area that time forgot. It's a swampy area that sits just outside the Capital Wasteland filled with gnarled trees, foggy hillsides and inbred monstrosities that live in shacks. This is the area offered up for exploring in Point Lookout for those willing to pony up the 800 Microsoft point (US $10) price tag. And it's one of the best expansions yet. Read Full Article
Point Lookout DLC makes getting all 100 steel ingots almost impossible! (Fallout 3)
- date: August 6, 2009
So I started a master character in F3 about a month ago and I got done with all dlc becides The pit cuz i hate getting all 100 ingots. So I started it up to day an got to a part in the steel yard where you kept falling thru the map/building and I would die. This is the building where you got to drop down and get the ingots by the dead pit slave. Every time I tried to get to the part where I got to drop down I'd fall thru.
Eventually I was able to run somewhat across and Luckly I fell to the building below which is well where I needed to go. So yea you will fall thru even if you reload 100 times.
This is just a FYI
EDIT: Point lookout causes you to fall thru the map for some odd reason. I didn't really state why its point lookout's fault but now i did
Web Roundup: Brink & W.E.T Plus News on a New Game Guide That Tackles Broken Steel and Point Lookout
- date: August 28, 2009
Before you head out for the weekend, here’s a round up of coverage for Brink (we’ll have one up for WET shortly).
Fresh out of GamesCom, IGN’s Martin Robinson has impressions after watching a presentation on the game — here’s an excerpt from his preview:
“Different, too, is the look of Brink’s protagonists, and although their roots are in the muscled iconography of what’s an achingly machismo genre, they’ve been painted with a Pixar-like brush resulting in an abundance of character. They’re open to customisation that offers generous depth, and each move of a slider in the creation menu will have an effect on the battlefield – create a stocky character and, as you’d expect, they’ll be slow to move but more able to take hits, while a wiry frame ensures speed at the cost of endurance.
Point Lookout or Mother Ship Zeta?
- date: August 3, 2009
Hey guys just a quick question, i have 800 points and want one of the new packs of DLC, eventually i will have them both but which one is more fun?
and yeah i already have the other three
strange point lookout glitch?
- date: October 10, 2010
i'm a lvl 30 character. i've completed most of the quests and i've done broken steel and operation anchorage. now i'm doing point lookout.
i blew up the sub, put a lightbulb in the lighthouse, and then i went to the mansion to help what's-his-name fight off the tribals. finished that and am now tasked with going up to the cathedral to ingratiate myself to the tribals holed up there.
when i leave the mansion and i fast travel anywhere, upon arriving at my destination (and after the autosave, natch) the screen goes black and i hear a series of sound effects: a slide whistle, a clang, a record scratching, and then a studio audience laughing. at that point, the screen goes black, except that i still have my compass and my weapon status. if i hit TAB my pip-boy comes up, and i can use computers.
to get around this, i tried not fast traveling. i walked from the mansion to the hotel. as soon as i got to the fence of the hotel, the same thing happened.
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