I wrote a guide to I MAED A GAM3 W1TH Z0MBIES 1N IT!!!1 once. Here it is:You avoid the zombies, you shoot at them with anything you can find ( spread shot or ninja stars are the best), and you keep this up till the song ends. Do not get stuck in the corners and do not die, that is probably the most important thing to remember. The song last 13 minutes, so you need to prepare yourself by shot gunning three 5 Hour Energy Shots JUST TO BE SURE YOU DO NOT FALL ASLEEP DURING THE NEXT 13 MINUTES! Be sure to pause the game and run around your house for TWO MINUTES (any more, then you will forget why you took this break) at the seven minute mark so you can wake up your legs and focus on the task ahead. Lock your door, break up with your girlfriend/boyfriend, drown any pets you have (unless its a fish, then fry it) , and kill your parents before you start so that none of these things can bother you. Good luck.
Recently I've beaten the Dead Money DLC and was sitting through the ending when I notice they were mentioning the "Divide." I already knew about it since the "Lonesome Road" DLC is already out and it mentions that name and the original "Courier Six." I didn't think too much of it and checked the wiki to see if is an off hand statement. To my surprise, the wiki provided me with answers that didn't just explain that, but how all the DLC content are connected and who was involved. I was hooked by the fact that while I was working for NCR or House all these events were taking place setting them up for me to find. It explains some of the questions I had in "Old World Blues" and perfectly explained how the events in "Honest Hearts" started. It was also cool to see how some of the characters were connected to others in the actual game as well.
To me, the whole fiction behind all this is definitely more interesting than what I was doing for the main story. I mean, it was interesting to see what each group would do if you helped them, but it didn't feel like you wanted to know more about their past. In this DLC group, you slowly start to piece together why and how did each thing happens and who is responsible. Maybe I'm more excited by the fact that these names have been thrown around through out the whole game and now they all come together rather than the actual plots.
Setting yourself on fire is the most perfect ending for this game that I could possibly imagine.
"Wow, I have beat this game finally! I died like 1000 times and spent 60 hours running around and re-collecting lost souls, but I made it! Wait, what? My character sets himself on fire?! AFTER ALL THAT!!!??? WTF?!?!?!?!"
Seeing God Hand makes me think that Viewtiful Joe 1 & 2 will be put up sometime soon. Also, if my PS2 was broke and my Gamestop didn't have shit tons of PS2 games (including God Hand), I would totally get some of these.