Summary: There are so many things to do in this game and there's no time limit. You can build up your character and finish an objective whenever you find the time. Your character can make their own armor, build their own house, explore dungeons, slay dragons, cast spells, make potions, get married, break into houses, etc. There are some scenarios that can lead your character down an evil path but there are many more opportunities to do the right thing.
Worth the upgrade if you enjoy Skyrim (without add-ons) and want even more to do
Emma A Weers, Amazon
22 February 2015
Summary: Big Skyrim Fan here. Upgrading to Legendary Edition from the regular release that came digitally with the holiday bundle pack several years back. All the add-ons open up a variety of new locations and possibilities. I love the visuals in this game, down to every wildflower.
Summary: I have this game for both my Xbox 360 and PS3 and love both versions. My PS3 version has all the expansions but even without them this game is well worth the money. Gameplay and graphics are amazing, replay value is high, and the world is hugh and fun to explore. I loved Oblivion and this Elder Scrolls just got better. I can't wait to see what comes next.
Summary: Skyrim; Excellent Role Playing Game; Gives you many, many choices including the option of switching between 1st and 3rd person so you are not playing a game as if you were a horse with Blinders on all the time (like 1st person games). The Legendary Edition I find better because all the add-ons are already in the game and you still have the choice of playing the game off-line which I prefer. I actually enjoyed all the Elder Scrolls games.