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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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To be able to purchase Falkreath property I have to revert to a save game and lose only 92 hours of gameplay.
Bethesda, could please enable paid content to have maybe just a level requirement from a completely new NPC in future thank you. It would save a lot of anger and disappointment I am seeing on your official forums regarding Falkreath.
I was hoping for this during the release of just the game. Can't wait to give it a run along with the DawnGuard expansion. Also looking forward to ElderScrolls online whenever it releases.
It wasn't because of hardware problems. It's because they don't know how to encode properly. They were to cheap to hand the game over to 4J studios, so they could properly encode it for the system like they did with Oblivion. It was obviously intentional when you consider the facts that reviewers were sent the Xbox 360 version. They knew the PS3 version was broken, but they decided to release it anyway to bank on a 5 million cash cow.
I don't think that console specific releases are anything new. There are still some games that are exclusive to one but not the others. DLC works the same way. If memory suits me, game developers get paid extra money for keeping content exclusive because it can manipulate the masses into buying it for a particular console. Granted "Home Makeover": Skyrim edition may look fun, but I'm a PS3 person. I highly doubt any "super cool" content like this will be relased for PS3 despite the fact it can outperform the xbox.
There's was no way I was purchasing that vampire nonsense, but I'm all over this one. This is exactly what was on my wishlist. I can't wait to adopt a few kids and see what happens when they starve. Will they turn into Falmer? Man I hope so.
List of companies that can't get games to work on the PS3:
List of companies that can get games to work on the PS3:
*List is every company to make games
Seriously I'm an irate PS3 owner. Dawnguard can't release on the PS3 because the resources required are too heavy. But they can bring out this crap home building DLC! Seriously Bethesda you're the only company who can't get the system to do anything. Yet you sit in your tower and tell the owners of that system it's their fault. I exchanged a complete copy of Arkham City for Skyrim, yes 60 dollars that I got as a gift because I had already played the other game for your title, and I'm tired of being treated like I'm the one with a problem.
How many GOTY awards did you win? How many perfect 10/10 did you get reviews for? Your product is trash, and you treat honest consumers like dirt. Seriously never buying a Bethesda product new ever again. Gamestop can have the money.
honestly, If I hadn't put 250 hours into this game and consider it completely done, I would love hearthfire. Actually, if i ever get the other DLC, I should get this one as well.
Hearthfire now on top of Dawnguard and of course the bloody water freezing glitch on the PS3 has yet to be fixed still... I did the whole delete the game data and not my save data thing, but I'm still quite peeved at the whole treatment and situation, or lack thereof, for PS3 owners of the game... same goes for the glitch minefield that is my copy of Fallout New Vegas Ultimate Edition.
Not everyone can afford to have both systems...
Also I will hold off on picking up my reserve of Dishonored [even though yes I know they are only producing it and not making it].
Ah well, there are plenty of other games to play and look forward to and to play as well.
If this ever comes to PS3 I don't think I'd buy it. Can't justify paying for it when you already get houses in every town.
This is absolutely amazing looking! Now if Bethesda can get this to work for PS3, I will definitely be getting this.