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This is partly because it was a good deal, but partly due to a few problems, hence the four star rating. First of all, Hearthfire is not what I expected. For all of you wondering, this is not a completely customizable house. You can have up to three wings, and they can be certain things. But just as an example, you can't have both have an alchemy and arcane enchanter tower. Or a library and kitchen. You have to pick one of each and you only get three choices. Now you do get by default a cooking pot and if you go with an alchemy lab, you can have an arcane enchanter in the hallway. You also at least get one book case next to the alchemy tower. But obviously this isn't always ideal. It is still somewhat better than a conventional house, say Breezehome, which is what I was upgrading from. And you can always buy all three Hearthfire homes and have the best of it all. But the fact remains it just wasn't what I thought.
Dawnguard, while being an awesome storyline and great fun to play, is just still too buggy. For instance, if you join the Volkihar vampires mid-way through the storyline, and get all three Elder Scrolls which they do ask you to do, you can't get rid of them again. The only way to get rid of the Elder Scrolls is to join and stay with the Dawnguard the entire time and then sell them to the Moth Priest. You cannot sell them back to the College of Winterhold or the Moth Priest at Volkihar castle. I didn't know this when I joined the Volkihars part way through and now I'm stuck with 60 extra pounds in my already full inventory.
So while fun, it still has things that need to be fixed or atleast Bethesda needs to be warning people about the bugs so they can avoid them.
Dragonborn I've only just started but it seems great. The best of all three and as far as I can tell the least buggy.
If you do buy these DLCs, buy them here. They aren't worth more than this. And be forewarned they aren't going to be perfect. But they are fun.
The DLC's themselves are great, except Hearthfire. I don't use Hearthfire much, since in any given house I organize the hell out of my stuff in the chests and cupboards. Then I've beat all the missions. Game over, basically, and I have a ton of over-organized game items in some game storage containers, and a million gold obtained by selling ever little thing I picked up. After doing this a couple times, I stopped caring. So a house that isn't really that customizable out in the game's woods, children, and stewarts just aren't what I'm in to.
The vampire DLC is great. Kate Beckinsdale.
Dragonborn is a great addition, with a decent addition of gameplay stuff, and a great story. The skill/experience obtained from making the original game and Dawnguard was brought to bare in the making of this DLC.