Fallout 3 'Broken Steel' DLC Trailer Continues Ending

By Chris Faylor, May 04, 2009 8:20am PDT With the last announced Fallout 3 DLC pack, Broken Steel, hitting Xbox 360 and PC tomorrow, developer Bethesda has issued a trailer for the 800 MS Point ($10) add-on.

Be warned that, as Broken Steel picks up where Fallout 3's ending left off, this video spoils some end-game elements for those that haven't beat the post-apocalyptic RPG.

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  • Well this looks enjoyable enough.

    Though it lacks the same field as Fallout 3 did and this field is the intelligent part,

    The world of Fallout 3 makes perfect sense when viewed through the eyes of your average person but when seen by someone who got a bit of understanding of politics it is like being confined in the simplified world of children where things like “Pure evil” exists and there is rarely anything in between “good and evil”. Were all the politics can be summed up as they are the bad people and you have to have them “removed” because they are bad. And there is no complex and intricate political reason for why things happen as in Fallout ½ because this would make your average person fell discomfort and confusion, and because the main profit is made from this type of customer then of course the minority has to be ignored for the greater good of making profits.

    How I enjoyed the smart part of Fallout ½ and how it had that quality only a few could spot and enjoy. Sure it was as buggy as hell and so unpolished that it was barely playable but with a heap of strategy guides I discovered the hidden parts of it! And I don’t think I will ever forget them.

    The world of fallout ½ had real people that acted as real people and governments acted as humans really do. The politics of pre Fallout games (except the deeply hated game the: brother hood of steel) made sense. If some one with a more experienced mind ever gets their hands on the fallout fancies (the project V13 is clouded in uncertainty) then the only way to make the story still make sense is to say the Russians detonated a “Idiot Bomb” over the place fallout 3 happens.....