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Jobbie
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Steam Quakecon Weekend - Skyrim 50% off

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Mini sale going on this weekend, Skyrim Dawnguard DLC is now available on Steam for $20

Previous Elder Scrolls go for $7.

Link:
»store.steampowered.com/sale/quakecon2012

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Kristopher
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NO

MORE

SALES!

signed: my wallet



Jobbie
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This is not going to be as good, but is a great deal for people that didn't get Skyrim on the last sale.

I wonder how good Dawnguard is.
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Jobbie
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New deal is up:

Rage 50% for $10



Mike
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reply to Jobbie

Skyrim needs to be 90% off to buy it.

It wasn't that good.. oblivion was better



drew
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I argue it's vastly better than Oblivion, provided you aren't interested in trying to make it too easy (broken enchanting/potions/etc).

The portals in Oblivion sucked.
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fnord76
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I am at the part in Oblivion where I have to clear each of the portals from each of the towns now. I've only been to 7 portals and am already thinking that Oblivion must be a very boring plane with only towers, rock, and lava. Every time I cross the portal I'm like, "ugh, not again...." I have only started Skyrim and have thought the environments are mush better and more interesting. I would love to just go exploring for a while on it when I have some time.



bionicRod
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said by fnord76:

I am at the part in Oblivion where I have to clear each of the portals from each of the towns now. I've only been to 7 portals and am already thinking that Oblivion must be a very boring plane with only towers, rock, and lava. Every time I cross the portal I'm like, "ugh, not again...." I have only started Skyrim and have thought the environments are mush better and more interesting. I would love to just go exploring for a while on it when I have some time.

That's dangerous. I got it at launch, have about 150 hours in, and still haven't finished the game. I need to get back to the main quest I guess. I won't be buying Dawnguard until it's cheap on a Steam Sale, probably Christmas.

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I agree. I won't be buying Dawnguard soon. But the game was a bit interesting, especially the multi-player mode. Comparing to the single player mode, the multi-player mode has more options and interesting story line. I won't wait till Christmas to buy the game, maybe in the month of September. Well, it is a fun game to be played when you are bored.