Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Developer: Bethesda Game Studios
MSRP: 800 Microsoft Points ($10)
When it comes to DLC, one of the most controversial topics amongst the gaming community these days is price. In these tough economic times, most gamers are working with a limited budget; and in this age of developers nickel-and-diming consumers left and right for game add-ons, it is sometimes difficult to determine which companies are giving gamers a good value for their money, and which are offering up a raw deal. Having completed the third DLC pack for Bethesda Game Studios’ Fallout 3, Broken Steel, I can assure you that as far as gaming value goes, Bethesda is doing it so right.
Welcome to PNG’s 100th post! We have a little surprise for you guys after the break. We have to get this little matter of some news out of the way first. Not a whole lot going on interesting even with GDC 2009 happening as we speak.
If you’re an owner of Fallout 3 for Xbox 360, you’ll find that Bethesda’s much awaited second DLC pack was unceremoniously yanked off of Xbox Live shortly after it was made available. Apparently, they uploaded a corrupt version of the English file that was resulting in some pretty crazy glitches. Giant Bomb has the story here.
Ubisoft’s deal of the day on Steam happens to be a game near and dear to Logan’s heart. Prince of Persia is on sale for 50% bringing it to a paltry $24.99 over here and in the Steam client. No word on if they’ll discount the ending for you also.
Your delicious surprise after the break…