I've been reading a lot of negative comments about Bethesda lately when I look around for news about a PS3 release of Dawnguard. Is it just me, or do people seem to be way too upset about this? Bethesda doesn't "owe" us anything. Skyrim has well over 200 hours worth of quests and general gameplay to offer. To all those who would complain about waiting longer than expected for DLC, I ask you this: Have you completed every quest? Have you collected every item? Have you read every book in the game? If your answer is no to any of these, then how can you possibly feel as though you need more content to occupy your time? If your answer is yes to any of these, might I suggest that there is a world outside of your house filled with real quests to go on and items to collect?

I for one am happy that they are making us PS3 users wait. It means less bugs, and that is never a bad thing. Hasn't anyone else ever heard the expression, "absence makes the heart grow fonder"? Instead of blasting Bethesda for making us wait, how 'bout we send them our endless praise for creating such a vast, rich mythology for us to lose ourselves in.

I am thankful for this truly awesome game. I am grateful, and I will wait as long as I to to give Bethesda more of money.

SwordOfTheJables (talk) 02:29, July 30, 2012 (UTC)