Skyrim has been around for over a year now, but Bethesda are still working on it, and we've got a hands on review of the first DLC - Dragonborn.

Set on the Wintery Island of Solstheim, I set out to discover what mysteries the dungeons of the island held, in my Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn Review...

Intro To: The Elder Scrolls V: Dragonborn Review By GD

Symphona Reviews - Skyrim: Dragonborn

Ahh, Skyrim, where to start. I'm one of those players who just can't say no to an in depth fantasy RPG. The Elder Scrolls series, naturally, does not disappoint. Although I had major issues with the scaling system in Oblivion, and thus barely played it, it's great to see Skyrim doing so much better. And the only thing better than Skyrim, is more Skyrim!

I'm not a completionist at heart, and it really takes one to "finish" an elder scrolls game. Sidequests everywhere, random locations to discover, unknown tombs you just have to find to get the hidden treasures within. Not to mention the incredible amounts of lore that is written, most of it as in game books, letting the players immerse themselves incredibly.

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