Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Reviewed (360, PS3, PC)
7 September 2013
Excerpt: When asked at the announcement of the next in The Elder Scrolls Series ‘Are you excited?’ my exact reply was ‘Does a bear do his, you know, business in the woods? The 5th in the line of games from Bethesda, produced over a period of time spanning more than 20 years, has immediately convinced me that they’ve more than done it again with a rip-roaring, dragon slaying, finger cramping, social life destroying monster.
Excerpt: After being as disappointed as I was with the last big Skyrim DLC, Dawnguard , I was pretty skeptical about the next one, whatever it was going to be. But Bethesda Game Studios surprised me with Dragonborn , an add-on that takes you to an entirely separate landmass - the island of Solstheim - and adds a little bit of everything that made the original game so fun in the first place.
Excerpt: After spending a little over a month in Xbox-Exclusivity-Land, the first DLC addon for Bethesda's epic RPG, Skyrim , is finally out on PC. Dawnguard has the Dragonborn taking on a resurgent vampire menace when a powerful, centuries-old family of followers of Molag Bal - the Daedric Prince that brought vampirism to Tamriel - hatches a plot that could change the world.
Excerpt: Because we at VideoGamer.com care about our audience, we'd like to offer anyone planning to play Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim a couple of pieces of advice. First off, if you have any long term commitments like say, a job or friends or a significant other, we suggest you ring them to make your excuses now - you don't want to get sacked or dumped over a video game, and letting your friends think you've died or been kidnapped due to lack of communication is just plain rude.