Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

  • Skyrim reimagines the open-world fantasy epic, pushing the game play and technology of a virtual world to new heights
  • Play any type of character you can imagine, and do whatever you want; the legendary freedom of choice, storytelling
  • Skyrim's new game engine brings to life a complete virtual world with rolling clouds, rugged mountains and ancient dungeons
  • Choose from hundreds of weapons, spells, and abilities; the new character system allows you to play any way you want, contains the premium map

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the next installment in the award-winning Elder Scrolls series. Skyrim is the follow up to the 2006 Game of the Year, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and the next game from Bethesda Game Studios, creators of the 2008 Game of the Year, Fallout 3.
List Price: $ 59.99 Price: $ 55.98

This review is from: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Video Game)
Time passes really fast when you are playing this game. The first six hours went by in the blink of an eye yesterday ... my character is at level 10 and I feel like I have barely scratched the surface of anything. If you like these kinds of games, you will be hooked because Bethesda has managed to create something which really nails it on every level. I am a heavily magic oriented player so I spent most of my time so far in the mages' guild in winterhold. For some reason though the Dark Brotherhood wants me dead and sent an assassin to kill me. I was just messing around with some conjuration spells in a forest glen and the assassin was killed by this flame creature I had conjured before I even knew what was going on. Looted the body and found a note saying they want me dead. Stuff like that just happens and it is awesome. Dungeons btw are really fun and very well designed. I do have one gripe that I see has been addressed by some other reviewers who gave a low rating for the game on amazon. That is that you have to pause the action to switch spells. In Oblivion, I could instantly switch spells with the d-pad and then cast them with RB while wielding a sword and shield. In Skyrim, you must assign a spell to one hand or the other, so it kind of feels like you have lost your RB button. I can understand this complaint. However, if you have posted about this, keep in mind that your RB button is not idle. It has been reserved for shouts, and you will obtain shouts eventually although you have to play along the main quest until you get the first one. I have none as yet because I am focused on the mages' guild for now. However once you do you get shouts, you can instantly cast them with RB while also dual wielding whatever you choose. The bottom line though is that this game is basically like Oblivion on steroids. If you liked Oblivion and spent 200+ hours playing it like I did, you will be addicted to Skyrim. Having playing all through yesterday and now it's 4 am and I'm getting up to play some more rather than get some sleep, this is probably the best game I've ever played. That's a lot of praise coming from a life long gamer. Again, so long as you like RPG's as opposed to say, MW3 (which a lot of people are playing non stop right now as well), this is the game for you. BTW $65 almost feels like a very low price if you were to actually measure out how many hours you are going to spend playing this game over the next year or so, and divide it by $65. I could spend $65 in a heartbeat at say, a Jets game at the Meadowlands, but that money goes a LONG way when playing Skyrim. To sum up...why am I wasting my time typing this review? Time to go play Skyrim.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Hallowed Legends: Samhain Collector's Edition

Hallowed Legends: Samhain

The fans of the extremely polished creepy games will appreciate the perform invested into Hallowed Legends: Samhain. This hidden object and adventure sort of game tends to make a ideal blend of the two parts of the quest.

You are to discover out exactly where did the men and women at the celtic festival disappear.

You are introduced a tiny bit to the story in the very beginning, but you still get a lot more of it as you proceed in the game. You set to support your buddy who got into trouble dealing with some mysterious instances.

You are to come across out where did the individuals at the celtic festival disappear. You will soon realize that you are going to deal with some demonic powers here. The game creates a best atmosphere of location where you would not want to be.

So you have got a typical kit of tasks for a game of this genre.

A little bit of hidden object scenes, a little bit of intentory searching and also some mini-games are all you need to kill a couple of hours.

The hidden object scenes are quite gamers respecting. And what I mean by that is that all the stuff that you can come across there is not out of place, but rather fits in perfectly. The identical is with the searching of the inventory. You get to go back and forth to locate and get some thing to assist you out in some other spot.

The mini-games look like a differ natural part of the common quest. Some of them are quite classic like tile swapping ones, while others are a lot more challenging and take some thinking in order to be solved. Or you can just skip them.

The graphics are not the finest that you have ever seen in the games of this genre, but they are rather decent and satisfying.

One particular of the most impressive parts was the creature with the horns at the very begin of the game.
The game looks and plays really effectively. I wish it would also be voiced more than, but the scarry sounds are ok too. I hope fan of this genre will appreciate Hallowed Legends: Samhain.



Hallowed Legends: Samhain Collector’s Edition

Yogscast – Skyrim: Collector’s Edition Unboxing Plus Pre-Launch Chat

Simon and Lewis take a look at the unboxing of the collector’s edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – kindly carried out by our pal Zylus! They also take a look at some of the trailers that have been released and do a bit of pre-launch guff chat. ● Yogscast Gear: yogscast.spreadshirt.co.uk ● Facebook: www.facebook.com ● Twitter: www.twitter.com ● Forums: yogscast.com ● Podcast: itunes.apple.com

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