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Submitted by wotta 1176d ago | review

STN: Skyrim review

STN Writes:

ome say that single player games have had their day, making way for the ability to jump online and take it to your friends. Thankfully, Skyrim has not forgotten its roots, offering a single player adventure which is just as epic in scale as it is in nature. The lone adventurer can rest easy, because there is no better way to spend time on your own than to spend it with Skyrim. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 6/6

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