The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim -- Dragonborn Review | IGN

IGN writes:

"When the tentacle reached out of the huge-even-by-medieval-standard s tome – the first of Dragonborn’s collection of magical Black Books – wrapped itself around my level-31 Redguard warrior’s neck, and physically pulled me into the fantastical realm of Daedric prince Hermaeus Mora, I was hooked. And also a little bit nostalgic."

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Chidori2352d ago ShowReplies(1)
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Avernus2352d ago

^ first three comments hidden due to bad

As a PS3 owner, this is too little too late. I enjoyed the game, and have yet to platinum, almost there, but by the time this comes out, I'll be done.

Too many good games coming out to sit and wait for Bethesda.

MrAnderson2352d ago

I beat Skyrim, beat Dawnguard, didn't touch Hearthfire, and I occasionally let's play good quest mods, and I will be let's playing Dragonborn when it's out on PC, I don't know why people feel the need to rage and be so anti Skyrim, if you don't like it, don't play it, if you're a butthurt PS3 owner, yeah, the bugs and whatever else sucks for you, I get it, but over 12 months later and you're still trolling Skyrim articles on the internet? seriously, grow up lol.