So Dragonborn is currently priced around £14, the same as the previous expansion to Skyrim called 'Dawnguard'. You would hope to get more for your money at such a price than you do with Dawnguard - and luckily you do, you get a lot more!
INTRODUCTION (no spoilers)
Dragonborn sets you off to the island of Solstheim which is also where the expansion 'Bloodmoon' was set for The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind's. However, there is a difference...
This time you are returning to Solstheim two hundred years later and...things aren't how they use to be. I won't say what has happened there because otherwise it will spoil it but it is very interesting to see and there will also be a fair bit of emotion for people who played 'Bloodmoon' to see what the island is like now.
If you have read various books while playing Skyrim then you may already know what has happened in Vvardenfell (Where Morrowind was set.)
So Dragonborn brings you new locations, a new main quest, side quests, misc quests, new creatures, the ability to ride dragons, new items, new people, new achievements, new powers and shouts and quite a bit more.
IS IT WORTH IT?
It is certainly worth the price, if you can only afford to buy one add-on for Skyrim then I highly recommend you go for 'Dragonborn' because you get what you pay for, if not more! It adds hours more gameplay.
Price - 5/5
Fun - 5/5
Quality of gameplay - 5/5
Overall - 5/5