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The Elder Scrolls V: SkyrimVideo Game (W-Style RPG)

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an action role-playing open world video game developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. It is the fifth installment in The Elder Scrolls series, following The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Skyrim was released worldwide on November 11, 2011, for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Three downloadable content (DLC) add-ons were released—Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn—which were repackaged into The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim ... View more [Wikipedia]

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nodley GreenThe Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

3 weeks ago

Wow, 7 years old. I haven\'t played this since it came out. Maybe I\'m due another play.

nodley Green Okay, I started a new game and it's like a new purchase, I can't remember a thing. I may enjoy this.

3 weeks ago

Aramonde HasashiThe Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

4 months ago

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Chris Elliott wrote his opinion about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

5 months ago

Skyrim was the graphicly updated sequel to Oblivion and although it lacked some of the depth of RPG elements it had a wide and rich story and offered hundreds of hours of play

John Pratt wrote his opinion about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

6 months ago

Solid RPG, but just too simple for me. A lot of the color and personality was drained from Oblivion and replaced with endless questing in boring ruins. Still didn't stop me from putting 700 hours into it.

Even the music just doesn't hold up to Oblivion and Morrowind, but it's still acceptable.

Husky WingThe Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

1 year ago

Bethesda hasn't taken down the original version of Skyrim to enforce Special Edition sales
Good. It's common for devs to remove the option to purchase the original title once their improved release is out (Sleeping Dogs), but to do so for Skyrim would be hurting what's literally gaming's hugest modding community.
BioShock's remasters include the original versions as part of the purchase (and owning the originals also granted the remasters for free). A bit nice, if there's something to be had in the originals that the remasters don't have. Also good for archival purposes.

Not Important Maybe I'm just pampered by capable studios making good stuff, so Bethesda vomiting their shit fails to attract me.

1 year ago

Husky Wing Wanna rant together about how shit game "critics" are for disrespecting Quantum Break?

1 year ago

Not Important You name the time and place, I'm ready to rant about game """"critics""""

1 year ago

Husky WingThe Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

1 year ago

The Xbox One will allow 5GB to store your mods
This is compared to 2GB for Fallout 4.
Though it could use more, this should allow most users to use almost every mod they want, excluding ones that would slow the console's performance, right?

However, on PS4... 1GB for mod storage.
This is all the space you need on a PS4, considering you can't download any custom models, sounds, textures, scripts, any custom assets whatsoever. Don't expect any sizable mods.
Fallout 4 only has 900MB on PS4.

Richard Pale Is this your way of saying it's better than Ocarina of Time?

1 year ago

Dr Eggnog I like Skyrim as a game.

1 year ago

Husky Wing My #1

1 year ago

Gries HeThe Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

1 year ago

Remember skyrim? It's back

In pog-form!!1

On the Nintendo Switch

Isn't that just the most exciting thing ever.

Demi Axersia You can also get portable Skyrim on the GPD Win, SMACH Z and PGS.

1 year ago

Husky Wing I've seen benchmarks for the Smach Z and PGS, and both of them struggle to even hit 30fps. They generally hit ~20 for AAA games, and that's not even including anything from after 2013.

1 year ago

Demi Axersia Well Skyrim didn't look too hot in that Switch trailer either, truth be told. Here's 52 secs of Skyrim running on GPD Win Not perfect, but certainly playable. I'm still waiting for the day I can finally play Kingdom Hearts II on a handheld. Right now it's not really worth it as PS2 emulation of such a game is too demanding for these devices. And Square Enix are assholes for giving us Vita versions of FFX/X-2 but not the KH series.

1 year ago

Husky WingThe Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

1 year ago

18 days until I seize the opportunity to return to my favorite world.

Dr Eggnog Skyrim has a nice setting. The weather effects are cool and the guards have funny voices.

1 year ago

Leon Grey wrote his opinion about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

1 year ago

I loved exploring the immense world, while sniping deer and raiding small shacks or mining areas. I also enjoyed venturing through huge caves with ancient hidden treasures, and fighting the undead and ghosts in my way. The cities were great; I could work my way through Whiterun, completing quests and for the endless troubled citizens, then go to Riften and work secretly with the Thieves Guild. The weapons were great; it was so fun to find an new, extremely powerful mace after fighting through the gigantic Dwemer Ruins, then return to buy and sell materials for upgrading it. In addition, the characters felt so unique, enjoyable, and were involved in so many different and entertaining quests. The world was full of so many expansive areas, each with their own cities, questlines, and dungeons. As well as that, the music and theme went so well with the game, and created an overall amazing experience.

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)

Husky Wing wrote his opinion about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

1 year ago

For me, Skyrim is so much more than a simple game.

In 2011, I was not a big gamer. I owned a DS, a 3DS, and a PSP. I'd never owned a console before, but I watched a few gaming channels on YouTube, thinking "yea, someday I'll own a TV and a console." My Vista laptop, which, at the time, was only a week away from its deathbed (and somehow STILL IS WHAT THE FUCK), was incapable of running any game, it can't even run HD video without dying.
I caught some footage of E3 2011, mostly due to retro gaming channels I watched. I remember Prey 2 being especially alluring, but I don't think I saw any of Skyrim until later.
Online, people wouldn't shut up about this "Skyrim" game. Eventually, in mid/late 2011, I gave the trailer a watch...

Fuck me this looks insane.
This is it. What's the popular console? Xbox 360. Right. Although... I do need a new computer... and hey, I'm sure a computer costs less than a 360 + a TV. TVs are big, they MUST be expensive!
Dropped $600 on a PC + monitor in December 2011, asking Mr. Best Buy Man specifically for a computer meeting my list of poorly written out requirements, found on the GameStop website.
Goddamned lucky I accidentally made the right decision.
Grabbed Skyrim for $50 on Friday the 13th, January 2012.
Discovered I needed "Steam" to play this game. This was fine.
Game installed. The opening... huh. I feel like I should be in a cart, instead I am seeing floating people and blue triangles. I will contact the developers.
Ah, I need to change my... audio settings? Well, that's an odd fix.
Huh, shouldn't they be chopping his head off? One last email... oh, autosaving? Alright.
I am immersed in a full new, amazingly beautiful world! This is not Pokemon, or isometric Zelda! No, I AM that character! I mean, I'm seeing through his eyes! I can do whatever I want! I can PLAY however I want! Right from the start I fucked off and ignored Ralof or whoever that Stormcloak was, I just wanted to explore! Wow, what a huge map! There's so much to do, so many options, and they all feel like natural elements of this fantasy world, not just an item on an endless checklist of things to do, like so many game's side activities are. To date, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still the most immersive game I've ever played, as well as the most expensive.
And it's not in the slightest bit of an exaggeration to say that Skyrim actually changed my life. I play on more than just a portable system, and life is a lot more enjoyable with a sick gaming PC. I'm here on Favslist, where I've made many of my closest friends.

Right inside that beautiful retail box I found a sleeve containing an ad for "Dishonored." Hmm, never heard of it, but what's this on the other side? Huh... Prey 2... I remember that...

Score: 10.0 (Classic!)


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