This Fallout 3 fan-art contains
fusilier, carabinier, béret vert, forces spéciales, soldat d'élite, soldat d’élite, joint de marine, le joint, joint d'étanchéité de marine, navy seal, and seal.
There might also be
pistolet de paintball, bazooka, brunissement mitrailleuse, pacificateur, mitrailleuse, peacemaker, mitrailleuse browning, and artisan de la paix.
The case of Broken Steel, however, seems to be an exception to the rule. Aside perhaps from Mass Effect 2's Arrival – whose effects on your Mass Effect 3 playthrough are yet to be revealed – never have I found DLC that is fundamental to my understanding of a game's overarching story. And that's got to be a good thing.
Of course, not every single game out there is long enough to justify premium post-release content. If a developer releases DLC on haut, retour au début of a game that's just way too short, I feel like I'm being ripped off, because why couldn't this content have been included in the main release?...