Back in the olden days, when everyone lived in mud huts and only had 56k internet connections, "Game of the Year Edition" was just a meagre title thrown on a game box to let you know it had probably sold eleventy gajillion copies. These days, with the futuristic magic of streaming television and 3D everything, a GOTY edition is a cause for celebration, as it usually has all kinds of fantastical free gubbins tacked on. Here are some of the highlights:
After the phenomenal success of 2008's Fallout 3, developer Bethesda went on to produce five beefy add-on packs which added a significant chunk of new content to the game - including a rewritten ending. The Game of the Year disc collects this all into one convenient package.