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Here is the upcoming downloadable content “Stimulus Package” for Modern Warfare 2. Provided for you in High Definition (HD). There are 3 new maps, Bailout, Storm and Salvage. Then also 2 old maps from Call of Duty 4 (COD4), Crash and Overgrown.

This map pack is exclusive to Xbox Live for the first match and will be out on March 30th, 2010. After the exclusive month is up, you will be able to grab them on PS3 or PC. This map pack on Xbox Live is 1200 MSP.

Bethesda announced today two more new Fallout 3 Downloadable Content for all versions including Xbox 360. The first DLC is called Point Lookout and it lets you explore a massive new swampland area filled with new quests and content. It will be released in late June for Xbox 360 and PC for 800 Microsoft Points ($9.99).

Mothership Zeta is the second DLC, scheduled for release in late July for Xbox 360 and PC for 800 Microsoft Points ($9.99). In Mothership Zeta, the aliens have returned, and they’re pissed. Experience an alien abduction first hand and find out if you’re tough enough to survive.

I am much more looking forward to Mothership Zeta not that I expect Point Lookout to be anywhere not good though. Bethesda has really been pushing out great new DLC for Fallout 3 this year and it has all been great so far, I am getting so much more out of this game then originally thought.

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For you Fallout 3 fans out there, get ready for May 5th as the third final part of the announced DLC content comes out, Broken Steel. This is a much larger DLC than from the past 2 DLC releases. This not only fixes the main story line allowing you to continue from the ending rather than not but it also gives you a level cap increase from 20 to 30. Yet alone, many more hours of Fallout fun, more main quests and side quests along with a bunch of new perks to choose from when leveling up with to 30. Enemies will be much harder to defeat too with this.

Source: Joystiq

Bethesda’s new DLC for Fallout 3, The Pitt, will be released on March 24th, 2009 at a Microsoft Points price of 800 just like its previous release of Anchorage at that same price.

The Pitt takes place in Pittsburgh, this is the second of three DLC announced for Fallout 3, the next one should be arriving sometime next month. Check out more information on The Pitt at the source link.


I finished the new DLC for GTA IV, The Lost and Damned late last night. I must say I am impressed and not much upset with the 1600 MS point price tag. The storyline was not at all in my opinion.

I am not sure if they changed anything with the handling of the bikes from GTA IV to the new DLC but I absolutely had no problem riding the bikes and thought they handled better than the first if the holds to even be true. I fell off my bike maybe a few times and it took me about 5 hours to finish the DLC. Most DLC takes me about half the time they say it usually takes so if you are looking to get more than 5 hours, you will probably will get around up to 10. I do not run through the game at all either.

The new weapons are awesome! I love the automatic 9MM and automatic shotgun. I really do not care for bikes in most games but the few I rode in the game other than the main one you are given majority of the time, were nice too. They added like 30 bikes give or take some without checking.

They updated the radio stations with 39 new songs among more side content and games. I have not yet tried any of the games but I have heard some of them are fun to play.

Now before purchasing it you should know it is an entire new game, you are no longer Niko. Which is totally fine, there are a few missions that fall in between the original GTA IV storyline with Niko. I thought that was pretty cool.

In the end, I recommend purchasing The Lost and Damned. Read other reviews if necessary as they will go further into detail and among exactly everything added in detail. I am not disappointed with it but I do hope in the next GTA as a whole and not DLC they make things better such as where Saint’s Row 1 and 2 have been picking up in.

Finished the new DLC a few days ago (Operation: Anchorage). It may not be the best DLC but I was not much disappointed with it either. I love Fallout 3 and already have known they plan to come out with another 2 more that will further more add to the many hours I have already put in Fallout 3 already.

For anyone wondering, Anchorage is played in a simulation pod thing (forget real name). So all your weapons and armor do not get taken with you. But need not worry as I still had a lot of fun playing through what given to me along the way of playing Anchorage. It was good.

The same goes as they did with Oblivion so I can not say I was disappointed at all with the few hours it adds to your game. In the end you get a few new nice weapons to your arsenal among a very nice piece of armor that looks cool. Plus 100 more Gamerscore for this DLC. I am looking forward to the next 2 DLC’s coming out by Bethesda.