Also purchased the Dawnguard DlC for Skyrim for -33%, which is probably 50% overpriced.Probably so, I thought the campaign kind of sucked. If you like (or have been wanting) to play a vampire or werewolf character, then it might be worth it since it adds some cool powers. Plus there are quite a few mods that build on these to improve (or in some cases, fix) them. Not sure that makes it worth the price though.Speaking of DLC, I went ahead and sprung for the Hearthfire plugin as well (not during the sale). Unless you really, really, really enjoy the process of crafting, I'd pass on this one or at least wait until it's dirt cheap. Let me tell you, it's a LOT of crafting. There are three different houses you can build (not sure if you can build more than one in a single playthrough), and while they are nicer than the vanilla player homes, they still don't compare to most of the player home mods available. Adopting children, hiring stewards, etc. gives a little more flavor but ultimately it's kind of like a "I did it. Yay." type of thing.
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