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  • Summary: Lonesome Road, available in July, brings the courier's story full circle when you are contacted by the original Courier Six, a man by the name of Ulysses who refused to deliver the Platinum Chip at the start of New Vegas. In his transmission, Ulysses promises the answer as to why, but only if you take one last job –a job that leads you into the depths of the hurricane-swept canyons of the Divide, a landscape torn apart by earthquakes and violent storms. The road to the Divide is a long and treacherous one, and of the few to ever walk the road, none have ever returned. Expand
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  1. Positive: 1 out of 7
  2. Negative: 1 out of 7
  1. Sep 22, 2011
    Overall Lonesome Road is a fairly standard romp through the world of Fallout, but I can't help but expect more out of the game's supposed final expansion. While the experience overall is enjoyable, other than the very end; after everything is said and done and your choice is made, there isn't anything truly exciting on offer on this DLC.
  2. Sep 28, 2011
    Each one has its flaws (with linearity being Lonesome Road's biggest drawback), but overall they're a fantastic, collective achievement by Obsidian and should make the (surely) inevitable New Vegas 'Collectors Edition' a must-buy for anyone who hasn't yet sampled these expansions.
  3. Oct 6, 2011
    Lonesome Road delivers on every level but creates more questions than it answers. For the fan, Lonesome Road offers a nice story line that will last for up to eight hours. It's just too linear, making it less enjoyable then some of the other downloadable content that's available for New Vegas.
  4. Sep 22, 2011
    In this case, only Fallout fans desperate for more content should embark on this oddly paced journey through the Divide.
  5. Remember how you got shot in the head at the beginning of New Vegas? Well, that bullet was actually meant for the courier Ulysses. Sounds good, but it actually isn't. [Nov 2011, p.97]
  6. Sep 22, 2011
    This is a mostly-linear romp that's shorter than Old World Blues, less interesting, and feels more, well, lonely than any Fallout game ever made.
  7. Sep 28, 2011
    It's nowhere being as wealthy as Dead Money, it's more dishonest than Honest Hearts, and compared to Big MT, it's the real Big Empty.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 3
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  1. Sep 28, 2011
    Lonesome Road was made for us Fallout fans. I'm talking the ones that started to to wonder who was leaving behind the American flag spray paint, the ones who loved Fallout 1, 2, and all the New Vegas DLC. This is not necessarily for the fans who only really understand Fallout 3. Ultimately, Lonesome Road will entertain the lovers of the story of Fallout New Vegas and want some more depth added to it. Don't be discouraged how it won't expand the story past the end of Fallout New Vegas, trust me, this DLC will make the ending even better. Lonesome Road is a must have for people who enjoyed Fallout New Vegas, and want more story to add to their already massive game. Expand
  2. Sep 26, 2011
    Overall Lonesome road is an above average add-on in my book. Fun new place to explore, a choice that effects the Mojave, plenty of gear to keep me entertained, and all new perks to increase my character's abilities. The only thing I don't like is the main (and only) series of quests is too linear and not nearly as interesting as the other DLCs, but if your as big of a Fallout fan as I am or bigger, it'll be enough for you. Expand
  3. Oct 9, 2011
    The final Fallout New Vegas DLC offers up some fun things for the devoted fans of the series, but it's nowhere near as fun or engaging as Old World Blues. The universally accepted major flaw of Lonesome Road is that the story presented in Lonesome Road is very linear. The previous DLCs have their own problems, but lack of an engrossing story wasn't one of them. Lonesome Road doesn't seem as deep or relevant as the previous three efforts. The final conflict between the Courier and Ulysses has been built up and teased at nearly every turn with Fallout New Vegas. To say that confrontation is less than satisfying is an understatement. Still, anyone looking for more Fallout won't be terribly disappointed. Expand