The lights are on
Achievement leaks? Those happen all the time. Screenshot leaks? Yep, we get those. Sometimes even videos. But leaks of a game's manual? That's reserved solely for games that fans are going crazy waiting for. Case in point: Skyrim.
Someone has posted an image gallery containing pictures of the inside and outside of a supposed leaked copy of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's game manual. We were sent a link to this gallery as a news tip (thanks, Chase!), so we're not really sure where it originated from, but the pictures definitely seem real and believable. Still, consider it rumor for the time being.
The text of manual contains everything from a description of how to cook to some lore from in-game texts. If you're obsessed enough to be poring over a game's manual prior to release, then this is all probably stuff you already know, but maybe it will help cool your burning desire for a night at least.
My only question: Does the person who posted these pictures have a copy of the actual game? And if so, how do we track him or her down to steal it post-haste?
In response to the question in the title of the article: most definitely.
No I'm not desperate, I just read the whole manual word for word. That's not desperate! *sarcasm intended I absolutely can't wait for it!!!!!!!!!!!*
I'm desperate to play it period.
Short answer, yes. Long answer, *** yes.
I like the new "brawl" dialogue option
yes yes iam
Yes, I'm desperate enough. Thank God this come out on Veterans Day.
I'm right behind you Phil, lets take this S.O.B. down!
Screw the manual...release the game already! There be dragons for me to vanquish!
I want this game soooo bad!
I need this game. Guess i'll have to settle for the manual for now though...only 5 weeks to go. :)
Yay Im glad I got this submitted, trust me it is real.
The man who leaked it works at the printing place that is making the manual. They are supposed to throw out copies that are messed up or ripped, but the guy decided to pocket it and pot it online
Looks interesting, I like the new "brawl" option they added to the influence interface, I remember always wishing I could just use my 100 hand-to-hand skill to just smack the info I needed out of people and I recall there was a mission for the Fighter's Guild in Oblivion where you had to intimidate an enemy soldier you captured by punching him.
I'm glad to see Bethesda is finally giving more love to the hand-to-hand skill in the game, can't wait for November 11th to come around.