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If you like the idea of raising kids and building your retirement home, Hearthfire is well worth the $5 asking price. I got at least ten hours of game play out of it. Granted, one of those hours was spent tracking down where my missing housecarl went. Glitches aside, I still had fun with this DLC.
Hearthfire is an inexpensive add-on to the critically acclaimed Skyrim, and it provides its value for new and old players alike, but in different ways. The customization options will give characters an even deeper attachment to the game world, and establish a perfect retreat for those who have a hard time keeping track of every arcane enchanter and forge. More customization options would help to set each abode apart from the next, but Hearthfire rewards us with what we all want: more Skyrim.
Alles, nun ja, nett, aber auch mit einschläferndem An-der-Werkbank-Herumstehen und endloser Schnellreiserei samt Ladezeiten verbunden. Zum Pflicht-DLC avanciert Hearthfire folglich nicht, zumal’s inzwischen haufenweise kostenlose Häuser-Mods gibt.