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Fallout 3 Mothership Zeta

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Has anyone played Mothership Zeta PC version ? ( well i'm sure) being its been out for a while now. Any ways I just played fallout 3 again dam that was nice. (been a while) than played the Pitt which I thought was excellent and Operation Anchorage which was alright. I'm going to pick up Broken Steel and Point Lookout tomorrow. But also wanting Mothership Zeta which I cant find with outbuying fallout 3 again.

Does anyone sell it single ? I cant find not on steam, amazon, bestbuy etc :mad:
 
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Game of the year edition contains all the expansions. Cheaper just to buy that.
 
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just buy some microsoft points and get it through gfwl , like a 600mb download. probably comes out to around 10USD
 

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http://fallout.wikia.com/wiki/Mothership_Zeta_(add-on)

Mothership Zeta was initially released exclusively as downloadable content on Xbox Live and Games for Windows Live on August 3, 2009.

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Mothership Zeta is not part of any of the Fallout 3 Game Add-on Packs. Like all add-ons, it is included in the Fallout 3: Game of the Year Edition, released on October 13, 2009 for all platforms.
Your only options are Games for Windows Live Marketplace for $10 (800 Microsoft points, 272 MB download) if you don't mind downloading or Fallout 3 Game of the Year Edition for $44.99.
 
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hope you dont mind me using your thread to ask this but if you get this how do you start the extra quests? i mean do your player stats etc carry on to the extra quests? and do you other quests in the orig game carry on from where you left off if i do the mothership quests first? never played any of the add ons, cheers
 

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hope you dont mind me using your thread to ask this but if you get this how do you start the extra quests?
One it is installed, the quest will appear in your quest log and a new radio signal will be detected. Go to the signal to be beamed into the Mothership.


i mean do your player stats etc carry on to the extra quests?
Yes. If memory serves, you can earn new perks in the various DLCs aswell.


and do you other quests in the orig game carry on from where you left off if i do the mothership quests first?
Yes. Beware that once you start Mothership Zeta, you are stuck on the space craft until you are done with it. On other DLCs, you could get back to the Capital Wastelands pretty much whenever you wanted.
 
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thats great thanks, can hav ur thread back now:D
 

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No problem ste2425. Yea thats why I ended up playing the whole fallout3 again last time I played was two or three computers ago. Never played expansions before.

In both expansions I played you cant get back to wastelands until you are done with them.

Dam this is still an awesome game. The Pitt was excellent. Hopefully the last 3 are good to. Getting last 3 today.