02-03-2013 06:17 PM
After all that has happened, I highly doubt Sony would let something game-breaking from Bethesda into PSN. Personally, I've played hundreds of hours of Skyrim on the PS3. I've come across a few bugs here and there. The game locked up a couple of times back in 2011. That's about it. Not everyone has experienced those game-breaking issues in Skyrim so far. So, I believe that if there ARE issues with the DLC, not everyone will experience them. Those are my thoughts about it all.
Well, the world didn't end in 2012. Even with so many people "willing" it to happen. So.... yeah.... whatever. I don't know. lol
02-05-2013 05:28 PM
It seems too gnostic to me to assume that the incoming DLC packs will break the game, but also naive to assume that they won't. I would like to think that after the scandal that is Skyrim on the PS3, both Bethesda and Sony would be more vigilant in testing and fine-tuning content on the PS3. However, that hasn't been the case historically. Bethesda has screwed over the owner's of Sony's console more than once, and they never seem to learn from their mistakes or be held accountable. We shouldn't expect the new DLCs to not work correctly, but we should be prepared for the reality that they very well may be broken. Don't expect to get your money back if they are.
02-09-2013 10:13 AM
I Still have yet to re-buy a copy of Skyrim lol. I was hoping the price would have gone down after a year of it being released, but sadly time has not affected it at all as it's still very pricey. I might still buy Dragonborn tho cause it has that deal goin on just so I have it whenever I get Skyrim again. I don't give a crap about DawnGuard or Hearthfire.
02-09-2013 10:30 AM
That and now there's no reason to give it a price cut with the arrival of New content for it. Any time a game is relevant in anyway it's price stays the same. If it's a game that ppl could care less about most of the time it's price gets cut repeatedly to encourage buyers.