Originally Posted by Jopopsy
Thanks for tips !
Here's a map of the Wasteland that includes all the Bubblehead locations and DLC entry locations. I inverted the Wasteland map so that it's easier to read when you print it on a paper.
Hopefully that saves you a little time if you feel like looking for the Bobbleheads because they do add extra points for your skills. So, they are not just for collection. Some are easy to find but some are hard because they are located deep inside the buildings with a lot of enemies.
I got the original Wasteland map from the Fallout 3 Wiki. It's a good source of information site if you got lost in the game or trying to figure out anything else you missed.
With the Wasteland map it makes it easier to find the locations (there is a perk when you level up to 20 that you can choose to reveal all locations on the map but by then you probably don't need it anyway). Try to walk close to nearby locations if you happened to be passing by to your story quest destination. Once you found the locations, you can fast travel to them as long there isn't any nearby enemy. Some locations are a pain to get in and out. But once you have found it, you can fast travel in and out the next time.
Find a place that has easy access to store your loots at the beginning. The house in Megaton is a nice one but you do need to disarm the bomb that requires certain level of skills. If you don't want to disarm it, find a locker that is close to the fast travel drop point. Once you get to Rivet City (part of the story quest), it has reliable lockers to store your loots.
If you have Operation Anchorange DLC, it could be worth your time to play it as early as possible in the game. The reasons are it's not very long and easiest DLC. The best rewards you get after completing it is Chinese Stealth and very tough armors. I mapped both armors to the D-pad. When I'm traveling without nearby enemies, the Stealth suit is light weight and becomes invisible when sneaking. It's fun using a sword to cut the enemy's head off one by one without the enemies nearby knowing you are there. I can quickly use the D-pad to switch to the tough armor when I need to protect myself. If you do get the stealth suit, try to take care of it because it's difficult to find another type of recon armor that can fix the stealth suit. But if you prefer to hurry through the main story quests, you don't need them in the easiest difficulty.