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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1033d ago | review

Xbox360A - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dawnguard

Xbox360A - In terms of value for money, Dawnguard is an unmitigated success, offering at least a good 15 hours of gameplay for a mere 1600 Microsoft Points ($20). That's better value than most retail games, for a fraction of the price. It does seem like an odd fit though, seeing as there’s so much content in Skyrim in the first place, half of us won’t even scratch the surface of the game. It would have been nice to venture into new worlds and see vastly different environments with incredibly different set-pieces, but that's not really the case. Even Soul Cairn is a pretty lifeless husk of a world. Stunning, yes, but hardly appealing. So while Dawnguard is a typically enjoyable Skyrim romp, it's hardly an inspiring adventure. Still, any chance to jump back into Skyrim and enjoy another 15 hours or so of brand new gameplay, well, that’s just fine by us. (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 8/10

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