Submitted by Lavalamp 1085d ago | review

Skyrim: Dragonborn: The Kotaku Review

Kotaku: "Dragonborn adds a whole new world to explore, complete with an interesting questline, a lot of new things to do, and lots of dragons." (Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dragonborn DLC, PC, PS3, Xbox 360) -

vitz3  +   1085d ago
"I've never played Morrowind..." Stopped reading right there. Why get the rookie kid to review an Elder Scrolls product?
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r40k213  +   1085d ago
Agreed. It's really rather important to judge a sequel based on it's predecessors, and if you haven't experienced but two games in a 5 game series you really shouldn't judge any of it.

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