The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire (2012)

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With this official add-on to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, you can purchase land and build your own home from the ground up - from a simple one-room cottage to a sprawling compound complete ... See full summary »


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16 December 2018 | Gamesearcher1
4
| Immensely boring.
The ugly, unneeded middle child of the DLC, Hearthfire is really something so small, I bet you could achieve the same thing on a console mod. And, yes, I understand that this DLC isn't meant to be a full expansion, and priced adequately too, but they came up with this? The main addition of this DLC is the fact that you can build a house, prepping it full of design choices you tailor, to an extent. But house-building is fun once, then always tedious. The process is merely fast travelling, crafting, bartering, fast travelling, and so on. Adopting the reskinned children from all around the towns of Skyrim is also an option, something that really doesn't do anything. Smaller things such as personal bards or carriage drivers are niche, but the latter is useless apart from visiting new locations, otherwise, just fast travel. Other than these, sadly, nothing else of worth remains. Bethesda, why didn't you just spend your time making Dragonborn just the slight bit better? A shame.

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4 September 2012

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English


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USA

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