Out of all the Bethesda Era Fallout Games, New Vegas is the only one out of the three to have it's DLCs connected in some shape or form. The fact that there's an ongoing, overarching storyline in the background throughout the first three DLCS, only for it to conclude in the final DLC. IMO, I think this made the journey through these DLCs(especially if you play them in the order of their initial releases) all the more special & climactic. Oh and another thing, all the characters, factions, their motives, locations, & events that occurred. Were all accumulated due to the actions of one man, his vengeance, & YOU! Courier Six, the one he's been looking for the whole time. Such a great example of a chain reaction, it's insane when you really think about it! So yeah, what do you guys think? Do you think it was cool for Obsidian do this?(Unlike the Fallout 3 or 4 where all the DLCs were completely separate, basically anthologies.) Or was it a stupid concept to begin with? Also, here's to 13 years & beyond for the Anniversary of Fallout New Vegas!!!