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Submitted by Gekko 1024d ago | article

Lost Texts Of Skyrim: The Dawnguard Diaries

Edwin Evans-Thirlwell: ''Once upon a time, two not-quite-legendary heroes of Skyrim set out to review the game's Dawnguard DLC pack, a decent enough add-on which tasks the Dragonborn with either aiding or averting a vampiric plot to overthrow the sun. The original plan was to write up the whole thing as a two-part diary piece - the parallel tales of myself and Mike "Woe Unto The Quitter" Channell, playing the parts of devious Vampire Lord and Dawnguard avenger respectively.'' (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

dirigiblebill  +   1024d ago
Dragonborn's definitely better, but I had a lot of fun with Dawnguard. Glad I'm no longer a Vampire Lord though - real waste of a potentially interesting feature there.
Lighter9  +   1023d ago
I thought this was going to be about text that didn't make it into the final game.

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