Skyrim: Dawnguard DLC Review
Being a Vampire Lord Isn’t Too Cool
Those who become a Vampire Lord, the very first thing that comes to mind is, “omg cool, look at that very tall and scary looking monster“. While the looks and power the Vampire Lord possesses are indeed cool, there are a lot of disadvantages of becoming one. When you’re in a Vampire Lord state, you will have no ability to loot enemies, go through doors that have small entry and even opening chests. Pretty much,you’ll have to switch back and forth a lot of times and with the times having so many enemies at once, it will be a major hassle doing the switching. Another disadvantage that I found is that you cannot open up the map screen while on the state of being the Vampire Lord. So if these things sound like a major hassle to you, might as well stick to the Dawnguard side.
If you’ve been itching for a new adventure to tackle in Skyrim, the Dawnguard DLC is something that can satisfy your needs. However, expect the game-breaking glitches to be there (unless it will be fixed soon via a patch). Overall, what the DLC offers is something fans have been waiting for – a fresh new take to its story, new abilities, items and more. Even though becoming a Vampire Lord is somewhat disappointing due to its disadvantage, the content it has will be more than enough for anyone to care about in purchasing this DLC.[Editor's Note: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Dawnguard DLC was reviewed on the Xbox 360 platform. The DLC code was provided to us by the publisher for review purposes.]
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