The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Bender the Bouse 2/jul/2013 às 9:48
Dawnguard or Dragonborn which DLC is better?
I only have enough for one, so which should I get?
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SupraNico 2/jul/2013 às 9:51 
dragonborn of course
Pieni Mursu 2/jul/2013 às 9:52 
Well, I haven't completed Dragonborn yet, but so far I've been enjoying it a lot more than Dawnguard.
Última edição por Pieni Mursu; 2/jul/2013 às 9:52
Night Cat 2/jul/2013 às 11:05 
Dawnguard has a lot of content into vampires and... Crossbows. And crossbows are awesome. Well both the vampire theme and crossbow vampire hunting is pretty badass so...
Dragonborn on the other hand has a lot more content, whole new land to explore with lots of quests and locations, so if you are looking for more play time to your skyrim, it's quite awesome. You don't get a nice transformation or a new weapon type but it is a good expansion to spend more time in Skyrim, I think it's more lengthy than dawnguard.

So to say if you are sitting there with a level 50 or what not character, Dragonborn will give you a lot more fun as compared to dawnguard which is nice but is really just a single story line you get to complete, or two if you start a new character.
Última edição por Night Cat; 2/jul/2013 às 11:07
CornflakeJoe 2/jul/2013 às 11:09 
i think dragonborn is better but in the legendary edition you have already both
Dr. Shocks . DO 2/jul/2013 às 11:10 
I thought Dawnguard had a better main quest storyline than Dragonborn; however Dragonborn just adds a crap load more content [new land, side quests, etc...]
Booger Mac [OS] 2/jul/2013 às 11:37 
Both are 50% off at GameFly. So if you could afford one for $20 usd, then you can afford both on GameFly ($10 / each).
ShanDrak 2/jul/2013 às 12:02 
Escrito originalmente por Chicken Dipper OS:
Both are 50% off at GameFly. So if you could afford one for $20 usd, then you can afford both on GameFly ($10 / each).

This. Do this right now and be a happy camper. Just got HF and DB for $11. Win!
Hailey 2/jul/2013 às 12:13 
CatTank[FIN] 2/jul/2013 às 12:43 
Dragonborn has more stuff, but Dawnguard is important if you like to play as vampire or werewolf.
Última edição por CatTank[FIN]; 2/jul/2013 às 12:44
jaj371 2/jul/2013 às 13:10 
Dragonborn is alot better than Dawnguard.
crazie8 2/jul/2013 às 13:35 
I beat Dawnguard in like 2 days play and it just really sent me to the same locations I been to multiple times over again once past the main story line. Granted I think this DLC is worth it just for the Xbow...still content wise, DG felt pretty lean all in all. I am not into vampires since I am a werewolf. ;)

Dragonborn, however, has had me going for a week now; still things to do. Imo it's the best of the two.

Having said that, I think both DLCs are worth the purchase if you are a Skyrim fan. More content is always good, right?
Corwent 2/jul/2013 às 14:18 
Dragonborn definetly much more content.
Sexy_like_a_Lumberjack 2/jul/2013 às 15:28 
ask your self this question would you rather kill some vampires or become a vampire and get a few extra spells and dungons and dragonbone weapons or would you like to pointlessly ride a dragon that you cant control get new shouts, new spells, and a whole new place to explore with new enamies and many new qustlines and 3 new armour sets.
Última edição por Sexy_like_a_Lumberjack; 2/jul/2013 às 15:29
shiva7663 2/jul/2013 às 15:34 
Get both.
TheLoneFerret287 2/jul/2013 às 16:34 
Dragonborn has more content, but Dawnguard has a better storyline and...well...Serana is kinda hot...
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