- Dying Light now available in stores and online for console, PC
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- Dying Light release dates revealed, Be the Zombie mode free for all
- NIS releases nine new Operation Abyss: New Tokyo Legacy screens
- Etrian Mystery Dungeon LE, Protector detailed, contest announced
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PlayStation 3 owners have yet another reason to dive back into Skyrim, the vampire-tastic Dawnguard. If it isn’t available at the time of this posting, then it will be shortly, and at a significant discount to boot—50% off. The launch-week price of $9.99 is surely a plan devised by Vampire Lord Harkon to lure unsuspecting players over to his side, but be strong! Join the Dawnguard today and see exciting places, loot new and powerful gear, and help rid the lands of all manner of foul beasts. Remember: the only good vampire is a dead vampire.*
Another announcement out of QuakeCon 2012 today: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s first expansion, Dawnguard, is now available for PC. The $19.99 adventure, now on Steam, features new quests, enemies, characters, locations, and weapons. Players also face the ultimate choice of whether to hunt the vampire lord Harkon as a member of the Dawnguard or to join him as an immortal blood-sucker.
Virtual adventurers have a new reason to return to the dangerous lands of Skyrim today with the launch of TES V: Skyrim’s first expansion, Dawnguard. Available on Live Marketplace for 1600 MS Points, Dawnguard centers around the hunt for the vampire lord, Harkon. Players must decide whether they want to join the Dawnguard and drive a stake through his heart, or become a vampire lord themselves.