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Submitted by Lavalamp 841d ago | review

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire Review | The Escapist

The Escapist: "Hearthfire does have a couple fun new features to play around with, but home building and child rearing just isn't interactive enough to feel genuinely personal." (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 3/5

Welshy  +   841d ago
I was really let down by Dawnguard and Hearthfire just sounds really dull from what people have been saying.

What made Bethesda DLC expansions (note "expansions") great in other titles were the new vast areas to explore, the boundless new weapons, enemies and plots etc.

All the Skyrim DLC so far has been a huge amount of Meh, and after the disappointment of Dawnguard and being f**ked over £40 on my inital PS3 copy, i won't be supporting Skyrim any further, or possibly Bethesda products altogether.

That company have seriously snowballed downhill for me late in this gen.
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