Or How I Learned to Stop Loving Skyrim

Sam of - "n my third, and most important year of university, gaming saw one of its best years ever release wise. The Autumn release schedule was ridiculous, featuring such juggernauts as Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, Battlefield 3, Uncharted 3, Rayman Origins and Batman Arkham City. And then of course there’s Bethesda’s epic open world fantasy RPG game Skyrim."

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claud31937d ago

Me to and its not that hard

nrvalleytime1937d ago

It got repetitive. And for an open-world game, that's a horrible thing to say.

Still played the heck out of it, but it felt like the later hours were akin to spinning wheels.

rpd1231937d ago

I had a butt load of play time, but after the main storyline finished (surprisingly short) and main questline (also could've been longer) I was completely bored. Sold my copy a few months ago to buy a Vita.

jony_dols1937d ago

Pumped over 80 hours into it... but at the end of the day my gameplay experience felt hollow in comparison to the 20 hours of awesomeness that was Batman Arkham City.

claud31937d ago

I put over 400 hours into the game and that was before the dlc's came out... and it does like I done nothing at all

Chupa-Chupa1937d ago

Thinking about finally buying it.

Chupa-Chupa1937d ago

Is there a reason why? I don't really have a system preference, just curious to know why I should avoid the PS3 version.

Norrison1937d ago

@Chupa-Chupa No DLC, more bugs and lag. Bethesda gives the PS3 no love.

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