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By Bethesda's crappy DLCs? Honestly Oblivion's DLCs wreck this crap.
Horse armor, 4 separate house dlcs, Spell tome dlc, SI was $10 more than DB. I don't get your point at all
SI-Best DLC ever made worth it And there are 2 House DLCs not counting Wizards Tower THAT ALL HAD THEIR OWN QUESTLINES. Mehrunes Razor is definitely not a house DLC The boat one isn't really a house Horse Armor: Sucks (should've been free) Oh and Knights of the f***ing nine
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Are you kidding? Dawnguard was alright. I liked the whole vampire-slaying concept.
Hearthfire's good as well. I got to build a house of my own
Dragonborn? I liked that fact that we went off to Solstheim and the new armor and weapons are much appreciated.
Ok I'm comparing it to Oblivion, have you ever played Oblivion's DLCs? They have more content and uniqueness
That I haven't. Only vanilla Oblivion. But I'm trying to figure out if the Skyrim DLC equated a full game's worth to back up the full game price tag.
Its been $45 by my count. $20 each for Dawnguard and Dragonborn and $5 for Hearthfire. And really NotN added very little, although I think it was only $10. SI was fairly large and good but I think it was $30 when it was released. Could be wrong for the Oblivion DLC pricing however.
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