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AusGamers: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard review

Now that you’ve crawled every dungeon, filleted and deboned every dragon, become the master of every faction and made it that little bit safer for the little people you’ve sworn to defend it’s time to kick off your Dragonscale boots, hang up that Daedric Greatsword and chillax for a little while, right? Wrong… (un)dead wrong.

You see, a bunch of bloodsuckers have started to claw their way back into Tamriel with various nefarious plans afoot. Something to do with a vampire princess going all Sleeping Beauty in a crypt, an Elder Scroll and blotting out the sun, you know, that old chestnut. Standing directly in the fang-bangers’ path stands The Dawnguard, an elite vampire dusting outfit that desperately needs your help if you choose to offer it. The choice is yours. Do you stand up for the poor UV challenged and misunderstood vampires and become a creature of the night? Or do you don a pair of sunglasses, start blasting the techno backing tracks, practice your raspiest Blade impersonation and start kicking some ash? (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 8.1/10

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