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Submitted by Rowland 840d ago | review

Thesixthaxis - Skyrim Dawnguard Review

Thesixthaxis: It would be nice to be offered something a little more imaginative from an expansion which had the potential to make bigger changes to how we played the game. Perhaps Skyrim itself is so huge and offers such variation that it becomes difficult to offer anything new in an expansion.

While there are some enjoyable moments and some truly brilliant set pieces in Dawnguard, it doesn’t quite hit those beats with enough precision or regularity to warrant a glowing recommendation for those who are already well invested in Skyrim’s world and the character they’ve built themselves. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) -

Rowland  +   840d ago
thought we were going to get something to rival Shivering Isles - this is more on a par with Knights of the Nine, only a little longer.
mcnablejr  +   840d ago
Is it out on everything now?
Rowland  +   839d ago
just on Xbox 360 - no date for PS3 or PC yet....

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