The lights are on
You can now buy a digital copy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim through Xbox Live Games on Demand.
Downloading Skyrim will still cost the same as the current price as the retail version: $59.99. Bethesda recently announced the name of the upcoming download content Dawnguard, which we'll likely get new details on at E3 next month.
The content will come to Xbox 360 first before PlayStation 3 and PC.
Pointless seeing as there's still plenty of retail copies on shelves.
Careful, it might use all of your eight gig HDD.
I actually like downloadable games but I don't really see the point when they are the same price and have nothing more to offer. I still need to get this game but I figure if I wait I can get the GOTY edition,
I have a PS3 version of the game - waited to get it until the 1.5 patch came out fixing most of the PS3s problems. Haven't found it to be too glitchy - Sacred 2 was MUCH worse.
I'm glad the DLC is coming out on the 360 first. This way, by the time it's out for the PS3, all the bugs will be worked out!!
I don't know how, but Bethesda managed to make this game just under 4 GB for the Xbox 360. It has so much more content than most of my other games, but it's probably the smallest one.
Mother wouldn't have wanted this!