[color="Silver"]<br><br><a href="http://xboxlive.ign.com/articles/101/1010543p1.html">IGN</a> goes with a 7.0/10:<br><blockquote>Mothership Zeta is [color="LemonChiffon"]not the best[/color] add-on for Fallout 3. It's short, focused too heavily on combat through bland corridors, and feels like a missed opportunity. I still had fun while wandering the alien ship, but that is more of a testament to the strengths of Fallout 3 than the strengths of this expansion. The setting here is great, but that's about it.</blockquote><br><a href="http://kotaku.com/5329584/fallout-3-mothership-zeta-micro+review-the-final-frontier">Kotaku</a> eschews any type of score:<br><blockquote>You will be blowing up a lot of generators in Mothership Zeta. Almost every major objective in the downloadable content involves blowing up generators, to the point where when you come across a quest with a different objective, you'll still be keeping an eye out for them, just in case. It wouldn't be as annoying if there were different ways to take out said generators, but no... [color="LemonChiffon"]it's all pretty much the same[/color] thing.</blockquote><br><a href="http://www.gamedaily.com/games/fallout-3-mothership-zeta-dlc/xbox-360/game-reviews/review/8883/2320">GameDaily</a> throws it an 8/10:<br><blockquote>Zeta is still a worthwhile trip for $10 (800 Microsoft Points). It [color="LemonChiffon"]may not be as good[/color] of a vacation as Fallout 3: Point Lookout, but there's enough here to keep RPG fans occupied a few more weekends this summer.</blockquote><br><a href="http://www.gamervision.com/gamer/00_19/reviews/article/fallout_3_mothership_zeta_xbox_360">Gamervision</a> gives it an 8.5/10:<br><blockquote>Once again, Bethesda has put out an expansion that is a welcome addition for anyone who’s been enjoying his/her time with Fallout 3. [color="LemonChiffon"]While it lacks[/color] the strong story of “Point Lookout” and “Broken Steel,” it’s much more enjoyable than “Operation: Anchorage” or “The Pitt.” This DLC is also reportedly the last expansion for Fallout 3, so if want to extend your stay in the Capital Wastes, make sure to pick up “Mothership Zeta.” You won’t be disappointed.</blockquote><br><a href="http://www.gamerevolution.com/review/xbox360/fallout3-mothership-zeta">Game Revolution</a> gives it a "B+":<br><blockquote>Mothership Zeta is a great way to end the downloadable content run for Fallout 3. If it's indeed the final DLC we're to see for the game, it's surely an out-of-this-world way to close off our explorations of the Capital Wasteland, providing a thoroughly enjoyable ride that is likely to last [color="LemonChiffon"]almost as much[/color] as the longest of the packs that's come out so far - Broken Steel. Zeta will run you 800 Microsoft Points, which equates to ten Earth dollars. So do you prefer probing or zapping? Our outer space friends gladly offer both!</blockquote><br>[/color]
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