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Submitted by chromeish 650d ago | review

Skyrim Dragonborn DLC Review | The Controller Online

Scott from The Controller Online writes: "By calling their second DLC adventure for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, ‘Dragonborn’, Bethesda aren’t really giving you any hints as to what it might be about. If you ask me, this is a good thing because I like when DLC adventures surprise me, and are a departure from what happens in the main campaign. The Dragon Born DLC didn’t really surprise me, and it isn’t that much of a departure, but it is a good solid expansion that offers you a great reason to head back to Skyrim." (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 9/10

SegaKnuckles86  +   649d ago
Have not played the first DLC but I MIGHT get this one, when it comes out on PC that is. Not a huge fan of the price tag, especially for 6 hours, but hopefully the "lengthy" side quests will add enough value to justify a 20 dollar purchase.

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