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Submitted by Rowland 1098d ago | review

Forbes - Skyrim 'Dawnguard' Review: An Expansion, but Not Expansive

Forbes writes: Skyrim is all about wide open spaces, but its first piece of DLC feels like it has tunnel vision. Whether you are killing vampires or joining them, there are some engaging quests and diversions from the rest of the game without too much new content.

A purplish wasteland here, a curiously ineffectual Vampire Lord there, and you end up back crafting daggers in Markath after a few hours.

A few new treks and tricks are enough to gobble the cash of the Skyrim faithful, but this expansion doesn’t feel expansive enough to live up to the (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 7/10

Rowland  +   1098d ago
very disappointing - what happened to the promise of DLC quality & excellence Bethesda ?
ApolloTheBoss  +   1098d ago
Yeah gonna have to agree with you. It was nothing like I thought it be. Just a few new hubs but no giant expansion like Shivering isles.

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