Summary: While it may be hands down the BEST of all the DLC for Skyrim, compared to the base game, Dragonborn is full of glitches and is underwhelming. I thought I would be much more excited to return to Morrowind, but quickly grew bored. The Apocrypha missions feel very claustrophobic and tedious. Would not recommend but to the most hardcore of Skyrim fanatics.
Summary: What has been said about the game has been said. However, there should be a HUGE STICKER slapped on this saying STEAM DRM. You can't play this game without steam even though its only a single player campaign. There is no point of buying the disk rather than the digital download on steam other than the fact it installs a bit faster. THAT IS IT.
Summary: If being able to immerse yourself in the world is important to you, this is your game. But if you want seamless game responsiveness during battles, you will be frustrated. Other people have said it better than I, but this game does not lend itself to battle very well. I'm become a casual gamer these days instead of hard-core, and a smoother feel would help this game become something I could enjoy much more than I am currently.
Summary: I bought the legendary edition to get all the DLC. Skyrim itself is very fun and have put several hundred hours into the original game. The legendary adds all the DLC and allows you to continue leveling by reseting your max skills to re-level. May sound rather odd, but I like it. You get a few more perk points and can always keep going.