Enter a military simulation and fight in one of the greatest battles of the Fallout universe – the liberation of Anchorage, Alaska from its Chinese Communist invaders.
Build and command interactive Strike Teams to win the battle and defeat the Chinese base.
Gain access to new weapons, exotic armor, and items…even a Chinese Stealth Suit!
Adds hours of extended gameplay, exclusive new perks and achievements.
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While it's not a bad addition to fallout 3, Operation Anchorage can be skipped altogether, you will lose almost nothing. The simulation is a cool idea, but overall, i didn't really like Fallout as a Call of Duty game, and compared to the enclave, the simulated chinese troops were kinda pushovers. I really recommend buying the game of the year version, of you really want to play this dlc. Or, i guess it's worth the 4 bucks it costs here.
The missions are good and you get to fight the Chinese with pretty war weapons in a computer som which I found very creative.After completing the sim you unlock a room full of unique pretty war weapons and jingweis sword which again I found cool.Whether it's worth 4? I can't say but if it's on sale it's worth getting.
Operation Anchorage is an interesting DLC. For those who become tried of the deadened environment of the Capital Wasteland, this DLC offers a simulation that takes the player at least two centuries ago into a winter themed epic battle. The atmosphere is beautiful and is nice for a change. Furthermore, the action is entertaining for a while and will not bore players. However, the DLC is VERY short which is the most disappointing part of Operation Anchorage. It can be completed in less than one hour and this is a major issue as the ability to command strike teams only happens twice. What anyone craves in this DLC is the rewards, which is a unique shocksword for those who specialize in melee weapons and a Chinese Stealth Armor that has a limitless stealth field and allows easy infiltration. Finally, the DLC is pretty easy to finish and as such, Operation Anchorage is usually completed right after beginning the game (which is leaving Vault 101) and power armor training is immediately available after the simulation is finished. In conclusion, the DLC held promise but the length cut most of its potential in the short lifespan it had. I give it a B- as the rewards are satisfying, not the simulation itself which is a darn shame.
There were aspects of the DLC that were entertaining, like being in virtual reality, which allowed for a different kind of environment than the Fallout games are used to, but overall I felt it just fell flat. Felt more linear than most Fallout maps, and the story wasn't all that great either. Added new items, but none of real value in my opinion. Overall, If you had to give a Fallout DLC a pass, I'd suggest passing on this one.
Operation Anchorage was the first released DLC expansion of Fallout 3. People were pretty excited before it came out, as was I. New content for FO3? Awesome. Right? Well.... OA takes places in Virtual reality within the game and you fight in a certain battle against the Chinese that took place before the bombs fell to create the wasteland that is the world of Fallout. Overall the combat is fun enough and there are some cool items to collect, but the game style of this DLC is narrowly focused and closed off, and it really doesn't fit Fallout 3 much at all. Overall, Operation Anchorage is still worth the play even with all it's flaws. Just don't get too excited about it.
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