Fallout: New Vegas always had a bit of a melancholy tone to it, and now the journey is winding to a close, as developer Obsidian Entertainment is fulfilling their promise to release three final downloadable addons for their hit action/RPG. After the release of the Dead Money DLC, things got a bit iffy, but then they announced three new $10 adventures, each delivering a good six to ten hours of first-person shooting and RPG yumminess to close out the New Vegas legacy and end post-release support for the game. In many people's opinions, these add-ons were only getting better as we dug into some of the weirdest, most entertaining, deepest stories we've seen since the advent of paid DLC. The fourth and final one, Lonesome Road, was set to be the best yet, but at some point, something got derailed. It's hard to tell if something got broken in the early design or whether something got rushed at the end, but the result is disappointing to say the least.