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Cleaner82 - 2009-06-03

This looks sexy as hell. Might be the first of these DLCs I bother with.

I want to kill a mutant swamp hick with a baseball bat.

Rudy - 2009-06-04

You may want to get Broken Steel too. The previews basically state that if you're under level 20, you will surely get your ass handed to you by hillbilly zombies.

Dicknuts - 2009-06-04

I'm at level 28, I need MOOOOOORRRRRREEEEEEE!!!!!

dueserpenti - 2009-06-04

God damn it, quit making DLCs for Fallout. My relationship won't survive my addiction much longer.

imairlax - 2009-06-04

get your priorities straight! fallout, then love. or, fallout IS love.

also, damn their level cap.

Caminante Nocturno - 2009-06-04

There sure were a lot of trees in this clip.

Can any of them talk?

I didn't think so.


halon - 2009-06-04

Ooooo---new radio station? PERHAPS?

I hope these hicks can see invisible fucking ninjas, because I am basically unstoppable at level 13 here.

Hooper_X - 2009-06-04

God, I hope so. That means I don't have to feel nearly as bad about abandoning my "all 1930s/1940s hillbilly music station" project.

SteamPoweredKleenex - 2009-06-04

Are they going to raise the level cap again? I'm at 30 with all of my stats maxed, pretty much. Though I wouldn't mind a few more perks to make me truly invincible.

Chinballs - 2009-06-04

I can hardly wait! All of these are coming to PS3, so I guess I wont be getting groceries for a while!

StanleyPain - 2009-06-04

The Shadow Over Point Lookout.

Looks cool. Yeah, I'm thinking this might be the first DLC Im getting. But the question is, do you HAVE to have Broken Steel for the level 30 upgrade or will that be standard from now on in all DLC?

nuzzles - 2009-06-04

I was born in Maryland (Olney no less). It's my favorite state.

When I get more time and after I finish my 3D-modeling course, I'm so doing a tribute to America's greatest city. That's right... Fallout 3: Baltimore. I don't know what the plot will be, but it's going to involve trying to find the world's only remaining Natty Boh and trying to find the one cop in the city who won't arrest you after asking for directions.

The horrifying ending revelation will be that Baltimore was relatively unaffected by all of the bombings- that's just how the city was, anyway. Like, full of mutants and derelict buildings.

"That's not fallout, it's Old Bay, hon." *scary music*

Camonk - 2009-06-04

I coulda swored that they'd said they were doing a Baltimore DLC anyhow. WHOEVER does a Baltimore setting, there'd better be an orange couch sitting derelict in the middle of a courtyard somewhere. I don't care that the towers came down. One of the caravan guy could be named Bubs and use a shopping cart instead of a brahmin.

glasseye - 2009-06-04

Oh man. I still haven't had time to play through the other DLCs yet, but this looks awesome.

zerobackup - 2009-06-04

It looks really, really cool. But why does the font for "Point Lookout" seem like it should say 'Scooby Doo'?

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