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Topic # 114090 7-Feb-2013 20:20
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If anyone's interested nzgameshop is selling the dlc key for NZD$25.00


I just picked up Dragonborn, Sleeping Dogs, Dishonored and Uncharted 3 for a princely sum of $120!

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  Reply # 758741 9-Feb-2013 17:53
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Nice deal, i hear that dis honored is good tho  no point for me as 1iI can't play games any more, due to seizures. 2 d games i tried Warcraft 2 but playing that get boring, can't watch tv, dvd's or even youtube till i come right. Shouldn't even be web browsing!






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  Reply # 760472 13-Feb-2013 00:01
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Kaos36: Nice deal, i hear that dis honored is good tho  no point for me as 1iI can't play games any more, due to seizures. 2 d games i tried Warcraft 2 but playing that get boring, can't watch tv, dvd's or even youtube till i come right. Shouldn't even be web browsing!




Yeah Dishonored is quite fun, as is Sleeping Dogs.

But I'm currently tackling Skyrim + Dragonborn again due to steam bloody deleting my original save that I had spent hundreds of hours on!!

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 762554 14-Feb-2013 18:31
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urban:
Kaos36: Nice deal, i hear that dis honored is good tho  no point for me as 1iI can't play games any more, due to seizures. 2 d games i tried Warcraft 2 but playing that get boring, can't watch tv, dvd's or even youtube till i come right. Shouldn't even be web browsing!




Yeah Dishonored is quite fun, as is Sleeping Dogs.

But I'm currently tackling Skyrim + Dragonborn again due to steam bloody deleting my original save that I had spent hundreds of hours on!!


Is Dragonborn worth getting? I like the idea of being able to ride dragons but am not so sure the value is really in it. 

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  Reply # 762562 14-Feb-2013 18:45
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I'm certainly enjoying it, I like the new settings, different characters, exploring the island etc. It's certainly better than Dawnguard IMO.

For me one of the attractions is the ability to reset perk trees later in the game, I will definitely make use of that to tweak things. I'm level 80 at the moment and I regret some perk decisions made earlier but with this DLC I can sort that out. I know there are plenty of mods available for that kind of thing but I prefer to stay legit.

Oh, and Morrowind music is used, if you have fond memories!



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  Reply # 763226 15-Feb-2013 20:16
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Elpie:
urban:
Kaos36: Nice deal, i hear that dis honored is good tho  no point for me as 1iI can't play games any more, due to seizures. 2 d games i tried Warcraft 2 but playing that get boring, can't watch tv, dvd's or even youtube till i come right. Shouldn't even be web browsing!




Yeah Dishonored is quite fun, as is Sleeping Dogs.

But I'm currently tackling Skyrim + Dragonborn again due to steam bloody deleting my original save that I had spent hundreds of hours on!!


Is Dragonborn worth getting? I like the idea of being able to ride dragons but am not so sure the value is really in it. 



worth getting? oh yes indeed!

you can ride dragons but it's probably not what you'd expect from what I have read on the web... and no i'm not that far into the game yet :)



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