The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is coming on November 11th, 2011, but before it releases - we think you should know more about Skyrim. If you want to be a brilliant thief, you will need to choose a character named robdog
I am thinking that in this website, English is their second or third language? Found this part to be interesting(of course it falls in line with the title of the article): "You can be able to steal any weapons from your enemies that aren’t using. At the very top end, you’ll be able to steal the clothes your victims are actually wearing." Looking at being able to rank my thief up high enough to strip everyone of their clothes in the middle of a bar or market and watch to see what kind of Chaos it causes?
It does seem like it was probably translated. But no worries, for it gave us a number of very interesting and specific tidbits. In particular, I've been dying to know at what point you get to dual cast destruction magic, and now we know it's at level 20. And knowing is half the battle.
Right, thanks to you I've just watched 15 minutes of G.I Joe PSAs...
"Aren't you Buzz Lightyear? I love your movie!"
Reads like someone copy/paste a translated article.
Oblivion already had that to an extent.
I see the author of this article went to the Greg Miller school of video game journalism.
Typical Finnish article.
"Appreciatively, a few months ago Bethesda gave us some demos from Skyrim that gave those gaming magazines an opportunity to review Skyrim." Since when do people review a game from a demo?
Shit I think my nose is bleeding. Seems to happen a lot nowadays whenever I see or read something about skyrim. I'll probably end up having to go to the ER the moment my hands touch the game. Cause of death massive blood lose.
Hmm. Yes; bad engrish throughout; though the site IS registered out of TX. What I found annoying is despite the "after reading many articles, here's the news that hasn't been talked about" intro, everything listed has extensively been talked about in the preview articles. Regardless; two more weeks! Don't know if I can make it.
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