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As the title of the DLC implies, it's about designing your own home in Skyrim, from buying the land to stuffing it with adopted brats.
Hearthfire is now available for 400 Microsoft points on Xbox 360.
For more on the DLC, take a look at this previous video of its features.
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Cant wait to get this DLC because I got some gold to spend in the game.
Seems that Skyrim got a Sims DLC...*sigh*
Seems like an appropriate time for Notch to counter sue Bethesda for copying his game.
bit perplexed as to why this isn't being better received... as for the glitches, just update the damn thing, 1.689 got mine working fine.
This will be so very enjoyable!
This DLC is Dumb. At least it's only 400 points.
So now between Kingdoms of Amalur and Skyrim, I will go back to having no life....Thank God, reality was getting so boring!!
I would like to hear from the GI staff what they think of the whole "PS3/ Skyrim" topic. Perhaps on a future GI Show?
I wish this DLC had a little more to it. Whatever, building a house does sound pretty cool.
400 Microsoft appoints is roughly $5, so I guess the question is: is being able to build your own house in Skyrim worth $5? Probably, but I think I'll wait a little bit before getting this.
Now instead of fighting dragons, you can invite them into your home for tea and some fire-side shouting.
I really like this DLC idea!
I'm going to download this tomorrow...hopefully.
This is Bethesda's way of making money on all of the Xbox360 players since they aren't making any from the PS3 users (Me Included).
Yay!!! A pedophile's dream. Now we can adopt naked children!!! House Armor DLC FTW... How come no one covers this disturbing bug... will Bethesda fix it or will game journalists pass it up as one of Bethesda's cute bugs?
Kinda curious about how deep the customization is. I hope it really lets your imagination fly.
Also, i still need Dawnguard.
The Omni-tool version of this game, fantastic.