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  • Blog Post: The Land of Dragons and Glitches!

    Glitches are the bane of all multiplayer games. However this is not a multiplayer game. This is The Elder Scrolls. I've always found bizzare glitches in Bethesda games. At this point I think Bethesda games are widely popular because of those glitches. In any multiplayer game when you see someone... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim User Review

    A couple of years ago, I remember having a copy of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. At that time, I wasn't very good at video games, mind you. I disliked Morrowind very much, seeing as at that time I was playing it on my Xbox 360 (backwards compatability), and Halo: Combat Evolved had better graphics... More
  • Blog Post: A True Epic That Is Yours Alone

    I saved the world. This seemingly epic conclusion is the common and stereotypical ending to a vast number of video games in the industry today, spanning all sorts of different genres. These grand adventures are no doubt all high octane thrill rides, giving you the pleasure of slaying an entire race of... More
  • Blog Post: JakandRatchet79's The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review

    Skyrim. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was most console gamers' introduction to Bethesda's line of big RPG's, and nearly every one of them held the game close to their hearts. So when, after an entire 4 years after Oblivion's launch, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was announced with its... More
  • Blog Post: A Step Backwards For The Series

    Skyrim is unfortunately, a terrible game in my opinion, especially in light of the releases of Dark Souls, and The Witcher 2. First off, I loved Oblivion and played it to death. Skyrim just lost the whole feel of the series. It's riddled (and i mean riddled ) with bugs. Because of this there is basically... More
  • Blog Post: An RPG of Extreme Proportions

    I have to be honest, when Skyrim came out, I wasn't really interested into buying this game. Boy I was an idiot for not buying it the second it was released. First off, the beginning of the game came slow when you were wheeled in as a prisoner waiting for your impending doom. Soon, you were saved... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim review

    Fear my bow. It is known across the land as “Death From On High” and it keeps bandits awake at night, in fear that their lives may end with a swift arrow to the skull. I forged it in the fires of Whiterun and enchanted it in the basement of some reclusive old witch whom I murdered. I am a... More
  • Blog Post: The Never Ending RPG

    I havent played too many (if any) RPG games,so i cant say TES:5 Skyrim is the the greatest RPG ever...but it surely feels like it. First off this game is SO vast i am going to have to break the reveiw into parts.THE STORY.-I havent played any Elder Scrolls game,but i found (and heard) that this is the... More
  • Blog Post: Everything you could expect, and then some!

    Skyrim, what more can be said of such an immense, amazing, astounding and fantastic video game experience? This game is so close to the perfect game for me that it was harder than an old man on Viagra to decide what to give this game. In the end i give it a just shy of perfect score and only for a few... More
  • Blog Post: If It Ain't Broke...Make It Even Better

    After playing Oblivion for an almost unhealthy amount of hours, the announcement that a fifth Elder Scrolls title was to be released excited me to no end. However, the extent to which I loved the fourth installment left me blind as to how the series could be improved (short of opting for a cel-shaded... More
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