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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard- Xbox 360

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard- Xbox 360
alaScore 86

26 reviews

Dec, 2014

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 26 reviews of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard- Xbox 360. The average rating for this product is 3.7/5, compared to an average rating of 3.8/5 for other Xbox 360 Games for all reviews. Views are divided on the story. Some have doubts about the price.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Xbox 360 Games the The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard- Xbox 360 is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 86/100 = Very good quality.

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Dawnguard Review: Diary of the Return to Skyrim

 

Skyrim's first expansion offers more of the same, which is terrible news... for your free time.

Dawnguard, Bethesda's new expansion for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, is said to be a six-to-eight-hour experience. Therefore, what follows is a chronicle of my six-to-eight hours with Dawnguard.

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard Review

 

Dawnguard is an atmospheric and enjoyable return to the frigid lands of Skyrim. Just beware the bugs.

Excellent new areas to explore ; A number of great individual moments ; Being a vampire lord can feel gleefully evil

Being a vampire lord can also be a headache ; Too many bugs

It's too bad Dawnguard arrives with its own set of bugs, though it's not necessarily a surprising turn of events given the glitchy game it expands. The issues don't fully pull your focus from the add-on's main strengths, however. The new areas and...

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Skyrim: Dawnguard Review

 

The first expansion pack for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim sucks big time -- in a literal, neck-biting, vampire-y way.

Dawnguard is neither as meaty nor as cohesive as Shivering Isles, its Oblivion expansion pack counterpart, but then again it’s not as expensive either. The other issue, as with any Elder Scrolls add-on content, is usefulness. When you get 100-plus...

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard Review

 

Skyrim gets even bigger and adds lots of features in this massive expansion. Our full review.

Great characters ; Cool new equipment ; Incredible environments

Story can be a little disjointed at times ; Some lame fetch missions

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Dawnguard Review

 

Life just got a whole lot better for Skyrim's werewolves and vampires.

It must be noted that this side quest is optional and has no bearing on the storyline. Still, it's obnoxious to see it sitting unfinished in my quest log just taunting me

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard Review

 

The vampiric tone is enough of a departure to reinvigorate interest in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and tempt gamers back for another round but the same frame-rate issues and glitches abound taking a little bit of the shine off it...

Vamptastic companion; Feeling like Blade; No sparkling in the sunlight

Frame-rate issues; Movement limitations in Vampire form; Needs more unique weaponry/armour

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard Review

 

Dawnguard is an atmospheric and enjoyable return to the frigid lands of Skyrim. Just beware the bugs.

Excellent new areas to explore ; A number of great individual moments ; Being a vampire lord can feel gleefully evil

Being a vampire lord can also be a headache ; Too many bugs

It's too bad Dawnguard arrives with its own set of bugs, though it's not necessarily a surprising turn of events given the glitchy game it expands. The issues don't fully pull your focus from the add-on's main strengths, however. The new areas and...

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard

 

Dawnguard is considerably better than most of Bethesda's recent Fallout 3 DLC, but you'll be sorely disappointed if you go in expecting to find Skyrim's version of Bloodmoon or The Shivering Isles.

Lots of content for your money ; New gear goes down a treat

Would be nice to see some more new areas ; Vampire Lord form is disappointing

There's nothing particularly wrong with that, of course; Skyrim is still a beautiful sight to behold, and I'm happy to jump back into its enchanting world of snow-dusted mountain peaks and slightly wonky facial animations for a few hours of new loot...

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Dawnguard

 

It looks just like the future should.

Near seamless integration of new material into the existing game world. Dozens of new quests and side quests on offer. Memorable new locations. Fun new monster skills. A more fully realised follower character to adventure with

The occasional bug. Mounted combat is a bit clumsy

DLC done properly.

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The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Dawnguard- Xbox 360

 

The only thing that truly holds Dawnguard back is the same bugaboo that's always plagued the Elder Scrolls series to one degree or another: glitches. [...] It would be a terrible shame if this sort of nonsense prevented you from experiencing one of the...

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