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Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby flyfletch » 04 Dec 2012, 11:22

Are you sure this is released today? its not available on Live as yet?
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby AndyR » 04 Dec 2012, 11:31

flyfletch wrote:Are you sure this is released today? its not available on Live as yet?


Content usually arrives late morning. Iain has early access.
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby flyfletch » 04 Dec 2012, 11:37

AndyR wrote:
flyfletch wrote:Are you sure this is released today? its not available on Live as yet?


Content usually arrives late morning. Iain has early access.



Cheers Andy! :)
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby feeg86 » 04 Dec 2012, 12:39

So less of a review, more of a live walkthrough?
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby TheBusterMan » 04 Dec 2012, 12:48

Think I'll wait til this has been played thoroughly.Surely review sites would of got the DLC codes earlier than us mortals?
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby illage2 » 04 Dec 2012, 21:04

flyfletch wrote:Are you sure this is released today? its not available on Live as yet?

If it's not on the Marketplace try accessing it through the game its self.

Main Menu > Addons > Press "Y" > Download from Marketplace.
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby Agent75 » 05 Dec 2012, 20:31

I wonder how much Skyrim costs, including added up all the DLC? It must be one, if not the most expensive game of all time. Think I'll use my load and wait for the Ultimate Edition, or whatever they're going to call it. But saying that, finding the time to play it, you must have a lot of time on your hands...
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby richomack360 » 06 Dec 2012, 10:20

Agent75 wrote:I Think I'll use my load and wait for the Ultimate Edition


Would rather you used your loaf, no-one wants you to do the other thing you suggested.
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby flyfletch » 06 Dec 2012, 10:32

richomack360 wrote:
Agent75 wrote:I Think I'll use my load and wait for the Ultimate Edition


Would rather you used your loaf, no-one wants you to do the other thing you suggested.



lmao :)
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby FishyGinger » 06 Dec 2012, 10:38

Agent75 wrote:I wonder how much Skyrim costs, including added up all the DLC? It must be one, if not the most expensive game of all time. Think I'll use my load and wait for the Ultimate Edition, or whatever they're going to call it. But saying that, finding the time to play it, you must have a lot of time on your hands...


Aren't there only two bits released before this? So not a lot. I'd doubt it's as much as something like super hyper street fighter 2 turbo remix ultra with all the costumes.

Ha, load :D
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby Manjushri » 06 Dec 2012, 18:53

Some people use their load to make their loaf.
Whilst some misfortunate ones end up with a loaf full of someone elses load.

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Anyway, when is this being released on steam/PC?
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby illage2 » 07 Dec 2012, 10:55

I'm slowly getting into the DLC. Enjoying it so far, just got myself a new set of armor and a new sword. Which I could only acquire by completing the Thieves Guild quest line before starting the DLC. I do have one of the new shouts, apparently it allows control of Mortals, so I'm not sure if this means mind control or something.
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Re: Live review: Skyrim Dragonborn

Postby nb_nmare2 » 07 Dec 2012, 12:59

Agent75 wrote:I wonder how much Skyrim costs, including added up all the DLC? It must be one, if not the most expensive game of all time.


Err, have you never heard of The Sims? I think each of the three main instalments in the series must have over a dozen expansion packs each, many of which cost almost as much as a full price game.
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