Summary: so bioshock is cool and all, but i have some complaining to do about skyrim... my complaints are mainly two: -the combat system: there is no locking on, no slowing down of the screen as your view passes over an enemy, which makes it rather difficult to keep your focus on a specific badguy in combat.
Summary: When I first played Elder Scrolls, I played Oblivion and absolutely loved the game. Skyrim on the other hand is an ok game for me. In general Skyrim lacks focus and direction in completing the main goal.
Summary: It's an add on idea that really allows for more role playing, but feels dull. The adoption mechanic is pointless, as you never feel the relationship between you and your kids that it promises.
Summary: Ok so I'm giving it 3 stars because I had a few issues and no one was a real help but my dad when it came down to a few issues 1- you have to delete all your data except character you can use that but I deleted every thing 2- came quick who I ordered it from 3- it runs in different graphic vanilla...
Summary: It's let down by the constant loading screens. You spend a LOT of time looking at the game models that appear on the loading screen. It would be MUCH better on faster equipment. If you want to play Skyrim, I suggest getting it on PC, or not at all.
Summary: I have been waiting and waiting and waiting and WAITING for the DLC for Skyrim on my ps3 and unfortunately I am hugely disappointed because there are so many god forsaken glitches. I jumped into the water and the game froze.
Summary: I was very impressed with the CE goodies. The dragon statue is very well designed and richly unique. Whenever I go back through the art book, I always see something I missed the last time! I was disappointed the map wasn't cloth, but the heavy paper works and I plan on framing it for my home office.