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Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Thu Apr 11, 2019 7:14 am
by RoyBatty
I disagree, NV's DLC is better than the game itself, except Honest Hearts.

Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 3:21 pm
by paragonskeep
I agree Roy, my only complaint with the FNV DLCs is that it assumes you play them in order.

Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:25 pm
by Death_Reaper56
Ence wrote:
Wed Apr 10, 2019 11:49 pm
I can only say one thing - all DLC's is boring and annoying. You will not lose anything if you do not play them. The developers have not invested soul in any DLC's.
This is a load of crap.

Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Thu Apr 25, 2019 4:45 pm
by Peter Curtin
I just went through Dead Money for the first time. I'll just say that Dead Money in Hardcore mode and set on Very Difficult is no joke. Very tough to survive, impossible to just run and shoot your way through.

I also very much liked the themes, the backstory, and the NPCs who tied into the main FNV game.

Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Tue May 07, 2019 7:45 pm
by fear_town
1) OWB - Every time I watch Venture Bros I want to replay it.
2or3) DM - Creepy "ghosts", skeletons or men? Love the ties to OWB.
2or3) OA - A video game in a video game based on history but is more based on video games cause of Chase. Too funny.
4or5)PL - Creepy hillbillies, more holes in the brain. Always reminds me of Cthulhu type vibe for some reason.
4or5) MZ - I guess I just have a thing for the sci-fi vibe. Pew pew, alien blasters.
6)Pitt- Love putting them slaves down. Can't let The Pitt fall into ruin can we?
7/8/9) HH LR BS - I guess in that order. Didn't seem as whimsical and fun, so still fun, but always the last I do.

Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Sun May 12, 2019 10:06 pm
by s0mbo1
1. Old World Blues: Fun, Fun, FUN, it fits in with the zany side of Fallout, and writes silly characters well.
2. The Pitt: Encapsulates what makes Fallout at its best great on the other side. A genuinely interesting moral decision and great atmosphere.
3. Mothership Zeta: Interesting mix of zany and serious. I wish Paulson was more written and DLC was longer, because he was perfect. Also, Mothership Zeta Crew
4. Lonesome Road: I love that Ulysses based his name and plans on Ulysses S Grant rather than Odysseseus, and the atmosphere is great. Also, it forms the basis for Dust. The problem is that the decision at the end feels meaningless, and it clashed hard between wanting to give your character a backstory and retaining the traditional Fallout blank slate.
5. Point Lookout: Incredible atmosphere, a fun zany quest. Feels empty at times, and somehow for its size feels small in terms of amount of content. It feels like it was supposed to have the monsters of the FO4 DLC but they stopped partway through.
6. Broken Steel: Yay for continuation, some interesting new items. BORING story, Sarah Lyons put into a coma until the end for no reason, and she really should have gotten development instead of being shelved. Wasted Potential.
7. Dead Money: Well written, interesting choices and characters. Annoying as all hell gameplay, not as much atmosphere as it thinks it has.
8. Operation Anchorage: If I wanted to play CoD, I would play CoD, or any other shooter with modern mechanics. Why is there a short CoD minigame with this game's lack of shooter mechanics.
9. Honest Hearts: Wasted Potential the DLC. Beautiful location, bad writing, lack of interesting things to do. I wouldn't hate the writing as much as I do were it not for Russell by Someguy. Russell takes all the ideas from Honest Hearts and does them better. The haunted veteran, better. The redemption story, better. The final battle, better. The Western themes, BETTER.

Re: Ranking the DLCs

Posted: Tue May 28, 2019 4:14 pm
by Postal-Dude
1. The Pitt - Very cool location, NPCs, quests, weapons
2. Point Lookout - Love swampy island areas, cool NPCs, weapons, good main quest, a new world to explore
3. Old World Blues - Cool retro future cyber setting, interesting quests and locations
4. Lonesome Road - Very cool quest with interesting locations and a very interesting expansion of the courier lore + "nuke" outcome
5. Honest Hearts - interesting enough new canyon to explore with the cool main quest NPC, some quests are meh though and locations 08/15
6. Broken Steel - Just a extension of the main FO3 game but quite well made with some interesting new sidequests and locations
7. Mothership Zeta - The theme and location is really cool and unique and it also boosts some of the most interesting weapons, drags out too way long though in my opinion
8. Dead Money - The story and NPCs are freaking cool but the gameplay is absolutely not my taste and I often even skip this DLC... Just no fun for me. Cool Holo Rifle weapon.
9. Operation Anchorage - Most boring and tunnel shooting FPS ever. Story is not really there. The only thing I like is, that you actually get to know some of the war lore before the Fallout