The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim® Legendary Edition
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Winner of more than 200 Game of the Year awards, experience the complete Skyrim collection with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim® Legendary Edition. The Legendary Edition includes the original critically-acclaimed game, official add-ons – Dawnguard™, Hearthfire™, and Dragonborn™ – and added features like combat cameras, mounted combat, Legendary difficulty mode for hardcore players, and Legendary skills – enabling you to master every perk and level up your skills infinitely.
Live Another Life, In Another World
Play any type of character you can imagine, and do whatever you want; the freedom of choice, storytelling, and adventure of The Elder Scrolls comes to life in one legendary experience complete with added weapons, armor, spells, and shouts from all three official add-ons.
The Vampire Lord Harkon has returned to power. By using the Elder Scrolls, he seeks to do the unthinkable - to end the sun itself. Will you join the ancient order of the Dawnguard and stop him? Or will you become a Vampire Lord? In Dawnguard, the ultimate choice will be yours.
Purchase land and build your own home from the ground up - from a simple one-room cottage to a sprawling compound complete with an armory, alchemy laboratory, and more. Use all-new tools like the drafting table and carpenter’s workbench to turn stone, clay, and sawn logs into structures and furnishings. Even transform your house into a home by adopting children.
Journey off the coast of Morrowind, to the vast island of Solstheim.Traverse the ash wastes and glacial valleys of this new land as you become more powerful with shouts that bend the will of your enemies and even tame dragons. Your fate, and the fate of Solstheim, hangs in the balance as you face off against your deadliest adversary – the first Dragonborn.
Medicore on it's own, fantastic with modszypsilon | June 5, 2015 | See all zypsilon's reviews »
As someone who has played Morrowind and has gotten all achievements: One word to describe it: ambitious. The game is filled with great ideas; unfortunately, the execution is often lacking. Hence my lukewarm rating for the vanilla game (i.e. with no mods). I couldn't stand playing it longer than a few hours. However, there's a world of mods out there that makes this rough gem truly shine. Be warned though, a lot of research and work is involved, but it's definitely worth it.
Impressive.Ho0pz4sho | May 12, 2015 | See all Ho0pz4sho's reviews »
Whilst I wasn't exceptionally impressed with the original instalment, I have to say that the Legendary edition is exactly what the name states: Legendary. The original game was good, but with the addition of 3 great DLCs, the game is now more than great. I still dislike the impossible pausing of the game whenever you need to do anything (such as eat, use potions, change weapons and spells, etc.) but I guess it stops bothering me after a few hours of gameplay each day. Definitely a game I'd recommend to anyone who is a fan of the RPG genre and of the ES series.
Oblivion was far bettersmilzoboboz | May 9, 2015 | See all smilzoboboz's reviews »
First let me introduce this review saying that I'm reviewing "The Elder's Scroll V: Skyrim", not its mods nor the game with mods. Bethesda continued the Elder's Scroll saga keeping the typical extreme role playing features, graphics are extremely nice and overall audio quality is amazing. I have to say though that progressing through the game there have been many things that made me lose interest or even abruptly stop playing the game. The first impact was with the minimalistic UI, for me medieval-themed RPG = parchment. Second impact (that made me quit after 15 min playing until I discovered the mod SkyUI) was with the UI layout/commands. You have a whole keyboard, full of keys, and you are restricted to up, down, left, right and 1-8 hotkeys, with no mouse integration whatsoever (well there's mouse integration that makes you click things you didn't click). After many, many, mods: new UI, mouse clicking bugfix on dialogues, huge bugfixing packs, etc I discovered computer generated quests... that halved my interest on this game just for them being in the game. A mix of all that made me quit after ~80h of playtime, of which I genuinely enjoyed probably only half. So, now comes the hard part, would I recommend this game given the above? Probably yes, because even with its bugs, the utterly bad UI or the uninteresting computer generated quests the game still holds a lot of hours of fun and good roleplaying. What makes you quit this game, even with all the bugfixing-mods installed, is repetitiveness, Oblivion had less content so, even if it was repetitive too, you couldn't get bored much, this game not only has really an extreme amount of content but also features computer generated quests... Ah, and watch out for amethyst rain: every human, animal and plant in skyrim holds at least on amethyst...
one word Skyrim !georgeharris12 | March 29, 2015 | See all georgeharris12's reviews »
Giving epic gameplay amazing story lines and extra missions its truly a must. Gives so much options allows so many skills u can do. Level your weapons and thief skills to still peoples stuff and kill them ! it allows you to choose your own destiny if you want to be good be good if you want to be the baddie be it ! Amazing and is truly one of the best games ever created ! Trust me i know my games i've played for many years and this is close to number 1 on my list gotta' give 100% to this !
A must-buy!bartinkopl3 | March 27, 2015 | See all bartinkopl3's reviews »
Skyrim is simply fantastic. Graphics are stunning, soundtrack is amazing and overall experience is 10/10! Modding community is still active after few years since release which is biggest proof that my words are true. Story leads you through many locations, which are really, really big. You can actually spend hours exploring the world and you still won't see every place in the game. You also can become whoever you want - an evil villain mage or maybe a friendly archer? It's all up to you. If you still haven't decided whether buy it or not I think you can be sure, you have my word that you won't regret this!