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  • Blog Post: Skyrim- The best offline game

    Why is skyrim so good? well to me the question can be answered in numerous ways. Perhaps its the sheer size of the game, or the amount of content is loaded onto one disc, or maybe the opportunity to witness epic battles with dragons. Or the abillity to play as YOU want. Well the combat is impressive... More
  • Blog Post: DragonBorn (The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim) -review-

    This is one of the best games I have ever played and yet I got bored of it after a while. Don't get me wrong I still love the game but like Minecraft it will get boring. I have not lost intrest I just have not played it in a while. One of the best things about this game is how once you finish all... More
  • Blog Post: Amazing is the only word to describe it.

    I love this game. Amazing map with many locations to find and explore. So many diverse weapons, magic, and other items. The main story is great and the side quest will keep you playing for many many hours. Great sound and stunning graphics. I would highly recommend this game to anyone who loves RPG games... More
  • Blog Post: PC Review - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

    I started this game about a week after it released, when a friend got me a copy for my PC. He knew what a fan I was of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - which was one of my first games for the Xbox 360 and opened me up to a whole new approach to RPG games. I have not been a long-time fan of the series... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Gameplay... What if...

    The other reviews had substantial validity, and yea we know about the bugs (which in some cases were kind of funny). A dragon flying backwards and staying just out of attack range had me laughing for sure. But what if the developer had thought things through just a little bit more. For instance, instead... 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: The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim review

    This game if farmost the best game in 2011 and probably even in 2012. I've never played any Oblivion games before, but when I played Skyrim I knew I had to get the other ones. Skyrim is so addicting and when I got Saints Row: The Third. I thought that, that game was going to be game of the year,... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim the Layman's Review

    Disclaimer: Alright well of course there are about a million zillion reviews so what I have to offer may not be what your looking for. Overview: Well if you have been living under the world's largest and thickest rock ever, Skyrim is a RPG role playing game, in which you start out as a "dragonborn"... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim makes me miss Morrowind

    The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is one of my all-time favorite games for many reasons. The plot's awesome, character customization is deep and varied, the sense of immersion is tangible... I could go on about how great things are with Morrowind, but this is about Skyrim and how, in so many ways... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim: Bringing the Sky to the Edge of the North

    By: Richard Manklow As you enter the world of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim it suddenly hits you how breathtakingly detailed this game actually is. The amount of love and craft which has entered this game is unmatched; from the Nordic vistas of the cold hearted north land of the Empire, to the level of... More
  • Blog Post: A Journey Northward, into the land of Skyrim

    Let me start with a fact that I have never given a game a 100/100 before. This game blew me away, I expected a perfect game and I got more than that. With all the bugs I encountered it was the only thing wrong with the game and that will get patched. What do you expect with this massive size of land... More
  • Blog Post: I've prepared myself to lose my life

    Skyrim is finally out and I must, within the 48 hours playing it, I'm immediately hooked. The amount of content, the freedom of choice, the breath-taking graphics, everything is just amazing! I can go more in-depth to this game but you all pretty much know what this game's all about. 10/10 -... More
  • Blog Post: My first real RPG.

    Let me explain, I've played Pokemon, Borderlands, Fate, Runescape, and Fallout 3. The only ones that have held my attention is Borderlands. Pokemon got too childish, along with Fate and Runescape. Fallout 3 was cool, but amid all of the great games this year, picking it up in summer probably wasn't... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim review, quick and to the point...with a little extra detail for those without ADD.

    The easiest way to start this review off is by saving you just a little time: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a Masterwork. Now that that's out of the way, lets get to the meat of things. **Note: This review focuses specifically on the PC version. Therefore, my specs: Alienware m17x R2, Core i7 740QM... More
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