The lights are on
Bethesda Game Studios is still pumping out great new content for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, a sprawling RPG that released over a year ago. The game's newest DLC, Dragonborn, takes players to the island of Solstheim, located off of the coast of Morrowind. Joe Juba and Matt Miller – the two people in the Game Informer offices voted to be "the most likely to write Elder Scrolls fan fiction" – sat down with me for a brief look at this lengthy new quest. Along the way, Joe shoes off his mountain climbing prowess, and we run into a power-crazed villain capable of stealing dragon souls from right under our noses. Dragonborn is available now on Xbox Live for 1600 Microsoft Points, and is scheduled to release on PC and PlayStation 3 in the new year.
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Ha, I wrote about this the day it came out!
Appropriate choice of Staff members to handle the Skyrim lore... ;-)
yea theyre just biding time to release their next game on next gen consoles
Here do you toil.
I really want to go back to Skyrim, but I'm not sure its worth it. Maybe when Dawnguard comes to ps3 too. (hopefully)
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Very nice! This is by far my favorite DLC released for Skyrim.
Interesting Test Chamber...
I wonder if Joe and Miller would publish their Elder Scrolls fan fiction for us...
best skyrim dlc that has come out yet, even though all of them are very good in their own way in my opinion.
I dont want to watch to much but from what it looks like its awesome cant wait to get it
Freaking amazing. I explored the first town a little, but am too busy with FC3 at the moment.