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Levelling Out: TES V: Skyrim - Dragon Hunting

"Each day this week our writer Vaughn will be putting up an article about one particular level, place, moment, in a game that’s really captures the titles essence but because of this there could be spoilers ahead.. It’s called Levelling Out, and for day four he’s looking at The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

"Bethesda are well versed in creating games with epic tales behind them, after all they sit on Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, Dishonored and many other big IPs. But building epic worlds was a new venture when they first began building the tale of the mythical parchment known as The Elder Scrolls back in 1994 in The Elder Scrolls: Arena. Fast forward seven years and you’ll find the most expansive entry into the series so far, Skyrim, is also one of the most cohesive and powerful releases Bethesda have ever made." (Bethesda Game Studios, Culture, PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

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