Submitted by MetalArcade 937d ago | review

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim- Dragonborn DLC Review | Metal Arcade

Metal Arcade:

Dragonborn's storyline, though short, is a great deal of fun. But no, it's not all good.

At this point, I’d probably be more surprised if Bethesda's game content was perfectly playable at release, than if it weren’t. I wish I cared more, I really do, but I don’t. The fact is, even with the bugs, Dragonborn is still a wonderful addition to a game I’ve already sunk over 300 hours into. It’s tragic to say, because I don’t want to give developers the false impression that releasing content that frustrates players with at-times unplayable bugs is perfectly okay. It isn’t. But dammit, Skyrim is fun. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) -

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
New stories

FIFA 16 Controls (All Platforms)

12m ago - FIFPlay: FIFA 16 complete controls for all platforms, incl. PC-Windows, Xbox One, Xbox 360, PS4 a... | PC

Slugterra: Dark Waters Review | Hardcore Droid

15m ago - When it comes to game adaptations of well-known movies and cartoons, I often approach with cautio... | iPhone

The Xbox One Games You Need to Play in August

Now - A new month has rolled up which means new releases are on the horizon. Microsoft has a fairly good line-up on the way for August, so let’s take a l... | Promoted post

PushStartPlay Review: Madden NFL 16 [PS4/XboxOne]

17m ago - This year, EA have taken an ‘interesting‘ approach to the launch marketing for their latest insta... | PS4

Skewed And Reviewed Talk Battleborn With Creative Director Randy Varnell

17m ago - During their time at PAX Prime, Skewed and Reviewed got to interview Randy Varnell, Creative Dire... | PC

7 Music Videos That Reference Video Games

17m ago - Jo from GamersFTW writes: 'After writing a recent feature about Iron Maidens new music video, it... | Culture