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20 Minutes of Skyrim

Ok sit back, relax, grab a snack, and enjoy. This is the demo I saw at E3 (and that Brandon was kicked out of seeing due to bad behavior) with developer commentary.

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Bill Abner

Bill has been writing about games for the past 16 years for such outlets as Computer Games Magazine, GameSpy, The Escapist, GameShark, and Crispy Gamer. He will continue to do so until his wife tells him to get a real job.

7 thoughts to “20 Minutes of Skyrim”

  1. Even though I find dragons to be my least favorite and the most cliche of fantasy tropes this might be a day-one purchase.

  2. I thought I wanted this game. Now I dont. Still looks slow and plodding. Its like single player WoW which might sound like a good thing. Then you realize the world is empty.

    Thats exactly what happened to me in oblivion. I thought it was awesome then realized how empty it was.

  3. Yeah, I keep running into that problem with TES games. I want to like them so much more than I actually do. I think I’ll wait for Steam to put it on sale.

  4. One question: can i buy armor for that horse!?

    Seriously though, as a gamer I know i should be excited for this game, but I’m just not. I too often find myself getting bored in TES games. The big open sandbox is fun in some ways, but I tend to find that it ends up being TOO open and a li’l direction is a good thing. Maybe I’m just not wired quite right for these. Enemies leveling up with you also drives me nuts.

    One of the things I loved about Morrowind was the moment I realized I could start one-shotting those enemies that had been causing me no shortage of headache 15 hours earlier.

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