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  • Blog Post: A look back at skyrim.

    After more than a year of playing skyrim, I came to a hard realization. Standing atop the throat of the world in dragonbone armor, Kohnarik atop my head, with the ebony warrior dead and gone, I realized that it was over. Oh sure I can still run jobs for one of the many guilds or hunt bandits, giants... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim- Legendary Edition

    This comprehensive review is intended to serve as a sort of product 'buying guide" as well as an actual review for the game and content in question. If you waited all this time, holding off on buying Bethesda's epic title so that you could pick up the essentially Game of the Year version... More
  • Blog Post: An Arrow to the Face

    Some people complain I'm too hard on games, but I see a game like this getting called "perfect" by so many people that I automatically worry it's going to turn out to be crap. While not necessarily crap, Skyrim is far from this idea of a perfect open world RPG as everyone tries to make... More
  • Blog Post: Good Game, Short Story

    I expected a long entertaining storyline and experience. My younger brother finished the main story before me so i know that its much shorter than I hoped for. great skill and combat. Everything was great but after all the other reviews I figured it would last longer. The main story *SPOILER* after you... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Fans Are Gonna Hate Me

    I enjoyed playing Skyrim. Skyrim has some good stories, and some fun gameplay. Though, sometimes, Skyrim can get pretty tiresome. I felt that the main story wasn't as developed as the side quests. I recently played a giant conspiracy theory quest in Markarth, and I had more fun playing that than... 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: My Thoughts on The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim

    I would have to give Skyrim a 9.5. Everything is really good. The story lines in the Main Quest line to kill Alduin, and to fight in the civil war is very cool. The graphics from a good distance are very, very good. The mountains looks really cool, the exicuetion scenes when your character finishes off... More
  • Blog Post: Flawed Gem

    I have never been fond of RPGs(with exceptions). fallout never clicked. Mass Effect 1 delighted and bored. But Skyrim is different. It is pure ecapism. Normally clunky gameplay is a blast to play. The Side Quests brought me back 5 months after it came out. Side Quests never enticed me so much. They are... More
  • 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: elderscrolls v: SKYRIM

    i agree with the gameinformer review ecept i really like how one person could play the game differently than the other 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: 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: This Games Not for kids

    This game is not for kids only because, most kids need a arrow to fellow and someone to shoot. In skyrim you fight everything with ether sword,axes,maces,sheild,magic,and The new shout which is pretty funny to shout people away. What ever you want to be you can do it, vampire sure why not, werewolf go... More
  • Blog Post: My Review of Skyrim

    Well I was oddlt shocked to find myself ever playing this game to begin with; I had a bad experience with one I played on the original Xbox and wrote off the whole series from then on. But After hearing so much about it from everybody, I finally decided to give it a spin. And note at first I didn't... More
  • Blog Post: I Didn't Know A Game Could Be This Awesome.

    First things First. I never played Oblivion. This was the first Elder Scrolls game I had ever played. Less than 5 minutes after first setting foot into the vast world of Skyrim and taking in the outstanding view and visual quality of the game, I was thinking one thing: Where has this series been all... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim: A Legendary Title

    When I first heard about Skyrim I can tell you exactly what went through my mind; This game is the World of Warcraft of consoles, the first person WoW. I'm not into those sort of games. But then again, I didn't know very much about the game at all. I wasn't planning to look into it and never... More
  • Blog Post: Decent game, Many Problems

    Don't get me wrong, Skyrim is a great game. With all its glory, there is also horror. From the beginning you feel the need to find new lands and go to a new location. The endless amounts of quests brings you plenty of entertainment. Unfortunately, many of these quests are dull and boring, like talking... More
  • Blog Post: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: A Beautiful World

    Werewolves, vampires and dragons, oh my. After a five year absence from the tumultuous land of Tamriel, Bethesda has returned to deliver a new iteration in the Elder Scrolls franchise; this game set in the dragon riddled province of Skyrim. As the fifth installment in the monumentally popular series... 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
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