The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim - Dawnguard Review | EuroGamer

EuroGamer: "Apart from the (sadly) expected Bethesda hiccups - erratic quest markers, odd spawn glitches - there's nothing really wrong with Dawnguard. At the same time, there's nothing here that demands 1600 Microsoft Points' worth of attention. If all you want is a solid side quest and some good loot, this will scratch that itch. If you were hoping for something more epic and ambitious, keep waiting."

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dubt721942d ago

So far it is much more than a side quest. It's more like a guild quest with several side quests you can do as well. It is a 9/10 for me about 3 hours in. Had one freeze where I lost about 5 minutes, but otherwise no tech issues.

kingdavid1942d ago (Edited 1942d ago )

I just wish there was a new areas like with the morrowind and oblivion expansions. Most of dawnguard is just in skyrim so it's sorta hard to distinguish this from the full game.

dubt721942d ago

I think the disagree we each got was from a PC masterrace or PS3 fanboy hater, lol

wallis1941d ago (Edited 1941d ago )

It looks pretty good and I don't know why people expect it to be like Shivering isles. It's a DLC approach not expansion pack and oblivion and fallout clearly show that bethesda leave new additions to the world for later DLC's.

Also in regards to your other comment then here's a little tip: if the only person mentioning a console in a line of comments is you then youre being the fanboy.

Hozi1942d ago

For what it's worth, it's great dlc compared to most other games.

gaelic_laoch1942d ago

I started a new game last week getting ready for Dawnguard. I cannot wait to replay the came as a Vampire Lord, that's were I see the value in this DLC in giving me a reason to explore the game on a higher difficulty level and with a different feel to it!

Blastoise1941d ago

Looks crap in my opinion =/