Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Realm of Gaming
17 May 2013
Excerpt: I'm always skeptical towards DLC mission/quest packs, mainly because I've been burnt too many times. At the same time I usually feel obligated to purchase them, as was the case with Skyrim 's add-ons.
Excerpt: One of my favorite activities in Skyrim involves amassing an impressive collection of specialty weaponry. Rather than sell these magnificent pieces, I prefer to put them on display in one of my many houses and come back to bask in their collective glory.
Excerpt: In light of our previous praise of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the accolades from dozens of other outlets, it goes without saying that Skyrim is an outstanding game. With such a hit on their hands, some game developers might call it a day and move on to their next project.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - Hearthfire (PS3) - Review
22 February 2013
Excerpt: Hearthfire finally hit the PlayStation 3 on February 19th, but at this point most people generally understand the idea behind Hearthfire . It isn't a lengthy quest-line, it doesn't introduce many new characters or locations, and it doesn't add much in terms of overall content, but what it does bring...
Summary: Rock the dragon It's no secret that I'm a gigantic fan of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind . For whatever reason, be it the more engaging than average world, the giant mushrooms, the increased freedom, or the ability to customize items and spells without the use of mods, Morrowind sucked me into a...
Excerpt: The horses' hooves clop rhythmically on the cobblestone. The wheels strain underneath the weight of the wagon you are in. You open your eyes to a snowy morning. Your hands are bound. You have been caught trying to cross the border into Skyrim by an Imperial ambush intended for a band of rebels.
Excerpt: Given the fact that beauty is more than just skin deep, I've never seen a more beautiful game than The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim . The graphics are, generally, highly detailed and beautifully done.
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...
Summary: The tantalizingly brief Skyrim teaser trailer debuted by Bethesda Softworks late last year filled my mind with visions of titanic battles between man and beast; of shining steel bathed in ancient flames; of a champion rising from humble origins, prepared to sacrifice everything for the fate of the...
Conclusion: I enjoyed Skyrim and I look forward to the DLC that we know is inevitably coming. If we looked at this honestly, though, this game probably should have been pushed back a month or so for more polish. It needed it and it still does.