"If you follow the Elder Scrolls Twitter account, you might have just spotted this little gem crop up."
Well I have to say I give props to Bethesda for waiting a long time (6 months) before releasing DLC. Even though they released broken games, you to give them credit for not selling out and releasing a ton of BS DLC like what EA and the majority of the gaming market do.
You also have to hope that this DLC makes up for the all that time. If it's minimal things, they'll be greeted with a storm. If not, then yeah, praise will probably follow. (as long as the DLC doesn't cause more problems)
Considering they've been proclaiming that DLC for Skyrim will follow along with the Fallout DLC model (i.e. no more small content DLC but instead things more along the lines of micro-expansions) then I'd say yeah, it should be worth it. Hopefully they will start releasing new DLC every 4 months or so. Broken or not, I have enjoyed the hell out of Skyrim, and any excuse to come back to it is fine by me.
I wonder if it'll be $30 like Oblivion DLC?
Oblivion DLC was never $30. The minor content releases, such as Horse Armor, Frostcrag Spire, etc, at most cost around $2.50, while the Knights of the Nine (which was dubbed an expansion, but was more of a large quest add-on) went for $10 on consoles and $19.99 on PC (due to the fact that the PC version was only physical media at first, and came with all other DLC). The price for the downloadable version for the PC was set at $9.99. The Shivering Isles expansion was released for $30, but was actually a full expansion, not a quest line with some new NPCs and a new building/armor set.
Oh, I know. I bought the Shivering Isles for $29.99 and it is still priced that way. it was worth the money. I was just wondering if it'd be about that price.
I don't know what other people think, but I got bored from this game after a month playing it.
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