Reviews for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
SkyrimIHaveFangs | Aug. 18, 2013 | See all IHaveFangs's reviews »
Following suite of all Elder Scrolls games, Skyrim makes no exception as being an intriguing and thoroughly indepth RPG. There is hours to be spent on customising your character with a huge array of armor sets, weapons etc.
The world is huge, so more potential can be seen from all the activities that sporadically occur within Skyrim. From trecking the hills on a horse, to fighting enemies and hunting Dragons.
Skyrim is a masterpiece.
one of the best RPGs to date!alexio101 | July 7, 2013 | See all alexio101's reviews »
Bethesda did it again. They are the company that produce the best RPGs, the leveling up system and class creation (if you can call it that) are magnificent, they dont hold you down but let you become your own character. the graphic are beautiful on aging consoles and with the mods on PCs the graphics are first rate, they immerse you in to Skyrim. the game play flows beautifully from wielding magic in one hand and a sword in another to quickly changing to a bow and arrow. I believe the system works nicer on a control and it can be seen from the inventory system that maybe it was but thats just my opinion. the story is fantastic, a true fantasy epic for the elder scrolls series. With this in mind i do believe the world feels slightly small (this is only because morrowind is one of my favorite games) and i believe that the story could have been expanded. My final issue is with the DLC or lack of it, especially with the amount of avenues they could have followed with the story. However this is a great game, one that everyone should experience, one that cant be looked over. its a thrilling ride even after 100 hours in.
The best version of a great gameMattiebo | Jan. 26, 2013 | See all Mattiebo's reviews »
Skyrim is a game that I was massively excited for on its release of 11/11/11. I originally bought the game on PlayStation 3 but due to lag a save bloating problems, I decided to pick it up on PC instead.
My experience was instantly improved and it's a game that, over a year on, I'm still playing regularly. Mods are what really make the PC version of this game special and they make it possible to play through the game several times, having a different experience very time.
Seeing as this disc activates on Steam, you'll be able to use Steam's Skyrim Workshop to install mods at the push of a button, or you can alternatively use a modding website like Skyrim Nexus to find mods that might not be on the Workshop.
The game itself features hours upon hours of gameplay with loads of quests, dungeons and loot available to you. You can do the main quest to reveal your inner dragonborn, side with the assassins of the Dark Brotherhood, join the warriors at the Companions, practise magic at the College of Winterhold and steal things for the Thieves Guild.
My personal favourite quests are the Daedric quests which have you doing deeds for god-like people in return for powerful items.
The game also has two available DLC packs (Dawnguard and Hearthfire) with a new one, Dragonborn, out soon. If you're into modding, you can download the Skyrim Creation kit for free and do just about anything you can think of, or you can just find what you desire among the plethora of mods already available.
I think every PC gamer should own this game. If you don't like something within the game, there's probably a mod to fix it and you can guarantee to see some exciting content in the future.