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Submitted by Queasy 684d ago | news

Skyrim: Dragonborn flies on to Xbox LIVE

XMNR: Dragonborn, the latest DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, landed on the Xbox 360 Tuesday morning with all new adventures, all new quests, all new weapons and the ability to ride dragons. (The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

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RedSoakedSponge  +   684d ago
woop woop! finally a good DLC for this epic game.
Erudito87  +   684d ago
this exclusivity bs is pissing me off
andibandit  +   684d ago
In honor of your frustration, I will shoot an enemy in the knee, in the new DLC.

At least you only have to wait until next year.
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SITH  +   684d ago
I too shall strike a knee with my arrows... I mean crossbow bolts in thy honor.
Erudito87  +   684d ago
i have the steam version so i have a crossbolts lol
HellFeast  +   684d ago
Bethesda used to release their DLC to all the platforms in the same day, until Microsoft shoved money up their asses.
lastdual  +   684d ago
Who doesn't love a nice wad of cash shoved up there?

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