Skyrim’s latest expansion, Hearthfire, lets you build a house, raise a family, and do general homeowner things like keep giants from stealing your cows. Basically, it’s Skyrim meets the Sims.
The folks responsible for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim filed for a new trademark, and it seems likely that it is the title of the next round of downloadable content.
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Dawnguard, the new downloadable content for the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim manages to do something the main game tiptoed around: instilling a sense of urgency to complete the main story missions.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim expansion Dawnguard will be available on Xbox 360 beginning June 26, but the PC and PlayStation 3 versions are still unaccounted for.
For those looking to walk a darker path, winged vampiric transformations and blood-sucking await. Also, a dragon dives into a frozen lake. It is unknown at this time if the dragon was high on skooma or flying backwards.
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