Neoseeker : News : Skyrim: Dragonborn is coming to PS3 and PC, so here's what you'll need to know
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taca Feb 20, 13
dragonborn
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ziemlaj Feb 8, 13
quote Shadow of Death
quote ziemlaj
so it will be $20 for each of three DLC? Fcuk me if it will;/
Nope. Dawnguard and Dragonborn are both $20, but Hearthfire is just $5.

As to future DLC, only time will tell.
Awww, I guess I will try Dragonborn for now and then time will tell, or my wallet will tell if I can buy another:D
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Shadow of Death Feb 8, 13
quote ziemlaj
so it will be $20 for each of three DLC? Fcuk me if it will;/
Nope. Dawnguard and Dragonborn are both $20, but Hearthfire is just $5.

As to future DLC, only time will tell.
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ziemlaj Feb 8, 13
quote Splitr
quote ziemlaj
does anyone know how the price will looks like? To many things to buy around this time;/
20$
so it will be $20 for each of three DLC? Fcuk me if it will;/
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Splitr Feb 8, 13
quote ziemlaj
does anyone know how the price will looks like? To many things to buy around this time;/
20$
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ziemlaj Feb 8, 13
does anyone know how the price will looks like? To many things to buy around this time;/
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zanderman Feb 8, 13
Well the main storyline was extremely anti-climactic. Beat the main quests in about an hour and ventured quite a bit.
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Ncjpr1993 Feb 7, 13
quote Seeker X
Actually, you're right the originals had the same shitty combat, Thankfully there's no excuse for that type of combat gameplay nowadays since there's tons of new features revolving around it.
Perhaps I didn't solidify my point quite enough. The quality of the combat is subject to opinion. I didn't play TES Arena until recently, but I grew up with Daggerfall and Morrowind, and to me, that combat has always just kinda worked. I don't think just because the game employs a certain perspective that its combat should be restricted to a specific type, which seems to be what you're getting at. It relied on different aspects, like stats and level as opposed to hit-boxes and distance. IMO, the world was more fully imagined than in the current TES games, which to me, tend to rely more on outright action than careful character creation and leveling.

My point? You prefer the new entries in the series, I prefer the old. They're different, and while I don't care too much for Skyrim, none of them are actually bad, they all have their own merits.
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Seeker X Feb 7, 13
quote Ncjpr1993
quote Seeker X
I *bleep*ing hate it...I bought Morrowind to try to follow up on my Elder Scrolls lore/continuity so I bought the GotY edition. Holy shit, I detest the combat so much. I'd expect this type of thing from classic Tactics/turn based games but not a TES game. I've got about a handful of hours and haven't even leveled up yet even after I've already gone through multiple towns and killed dozens and dozens of enemies, it's ridiculous.
You SHOULD expect that from an Elder Scrolls game, that's the way things were with the original three. It's a different type of combat, but if you can't get over the difference there, I genuinely feel bad for you, as you will miss out on one of the greatest RPGs ever designed.

Know your roots, son.
Actually, you're right the originals had the same shitty combat, Thankfully there's no excuse for that type of combat gameplay nowadays since there's tons of new features revolving around it.
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Ncjpr1993 Feb 4, 13
quote Seeker X
I *bleep*ing hate it...I bought Morrowind to try to follow up on my Elder Scrolls lore/continuity so I bought the GotY edition. Holy shit, I detest the combat so much. I'd expect this type of thing from classic Tactics/turn based games but not a TES game. I've got about a handful of hours and haven't even leveled up yet even after I've already gone through multiple towns and killed dozens and dozens of enemies, it's ridiculous.
You SHOULD expect that from an Elder Scrolls game, that's the way things were with the original three. It's a different type of combat, but if you can't get over the difference there, I genuinely feel bad for you, as you will miss out on one of the greatest RPGs ever designed.

Know your roots, son.
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Zombie_Barioth Feb 3, 13
quote Kneesocks
actually someone ported Dawnguard and Hearthfire to PS3 as a homebrew thing a while back, and most of the errors they came across were basically the game trying to find something that just straight up wasn't there (which was fixed by patches)

basically there's some reason they were dragging their heels and I don't think it was necessarily technical difficulties lol.
Wouldn't too surprised if it had something to do with them not wanting to spent the resources fixing it if they didn't have to, or something behind the scenes and it was all just a BS cover-up excuse.

At any rate its really interesting what sort of things the gaming community can dig up and sad when fans put more time and effort into this stuff than the developers seem to.
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Coi Cki Feb 3, 13
Liking how this sounds.. Thanks, RabidChinaGirl, for a great article! Looking forward to getting all'o'these dlc. Even more after reading this.
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nipsen Feb 3, 13
"forms of lycanthrope"

Hmm... "variants of lychantropy"? Or "forms of lychantropes"?
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Kneesocks Feb 3, 13
quote CTTR champion
I never knew Xbox had exclusivity to Skyrim's DLC. I heard it was more the PS3 cant handle it and we just CBA to release it on PC.
actually someone ported Dawnguard and Hearthfire to PS3 as a homebrew thing a while back, and most of the errors they came across were basically the game trying to find something that just straight up wasn't there (which was fixed by patches)

basically there's some reason they were dragging their heels and I don't think it was necessarily technical difficulties lol

also the exclusivity deal lasted for a month but they didn't say they'd release it WITHIN a month
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