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Review: The Elder Scrolls V: Dawnguard DLC [Press2Reset]

Join the ranks of the Vampire Lords... or destroy them, in Bethesda's first DLC pack for Skyrim. Chris played countless hours and got lost in Skyrim all over again to bring us this review. He's also having a hard time crouching now...

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WeskerChildReborned1472d ago

Looking forward to buying it on PS3 but i also heard their were glitches(not really surprised) but are they game breaking?

Elderly_Cynic1472d ago (Edited 1472d ago )

I encountered one bug (which I detailed in the review), but it was more annoying than anything else. I didn't run into any broken sidequests like I did in the original game. If you're a Skyrim fan (as it appears you are) I definitely recommend it.

WeskerChildReborned1472d ago

Oh alright, well i'm not like a die hard fan but their is no good release(that i know of) this month so i thought i would check it out since i have Skyrim right now.

Bobby Kotex1472d ago

I'm glad this came out on xbox first. Now that I know how mediocre it is, I'll skip it.

Elderly_Cynic1472d ago

I think you misunderstand the rating system. "Mediocre" would be in the 4.5 to 5.5 range. 7.5 is classified as "Great".

RufustheKing1472d ago

What overcast gray knitting world do you come from where 7.5 is great? (9.0 t0 9.9 is great) 7.5 is meh if i have nothing else to do. From what my friends have been saying this DLC isn't that great even without all the bugs/glitchs but tbf i could only judge it when i comes on ps3 and thats after all the problems are fixed.

Elderly_Cynic1472d ago

@Rufus:
What worls do I live in? This one... you know, the one where ratings scales go from 1 to 10, not 5 to 10. Ratings of 9 and 10 are reserved for extraordinary, absolutely must play titles.

This scale is pretty standard for the industry.

AmayaAi1472d ago

The awesomeness continues.