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Submitted by Lavalamp 933d ago | review

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dragonborn Review | AtomicGamer

AtomicGamer: "Skyrim was such a wonderful game, and it was disappointing to see something as half-baked as Dawnguard serve as the only example of what Bethesda could offer for post-release support for this game. Dragonborn, however, is truly worthy of the Elder Scrolls name - even if it doesn't have characters casually pulling actual Elder Scrolls out of their back pockets and buying or selling them for a few thousand gold - as it adds the kind of large, epic feel you should be experiencing when playing an open-world RPG. That's fully in effect here, and the new activities, quests, loot, enemies, and abilities that are available to the player make this one certainly worth your time." (Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dragonborn DLC, PC) 8/10

aliengmr  +   933d ago
All I got to say is, at least Dawnguard wasn't horse armor or new skins. To me, it sets the bar for what DLC should be, content-wise.

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