Gaming Target joins the fray with a two-page review of Bethesda's Fallout 3 Game of the Year Edition, in which they give the compilation pack a score of 9.4/10.
Fallout 3 was already great game, so Fallout 3 GOTY can only further the cause. A huge quest combined with tons of new adventures makes for the kind of game you can buy and still be playing it months later, and the ability to do quests in numerous ways (along with some epic sequence breaking action if you want) gives it a good amount of replay if you ever decide to give it a run with another character. With Broken Steel eliminating the (ending) that made it impossible to explore after finishing the story, now you can fully explore the wastes without any urgency, whether you're out hunting raiders, locating new settlements, abandoned buildings, and dungeons...or any quests you have yet to discover. If you haven't yet played the game, this version is the one to grab for the same price as the original, you get $50 of extra content.