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Submitted by Neoshockwave 1257d ago | review

Play Magazine: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review

Play Magazine writes: There’s no clever or cute way to start this review. Really, there isn’t. Nothing that can quite convey the devastating effect The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will have on your free time and free will. Looking at the almost pathetic excuses we’ve used thus far to avoid social engagements (“I, erm, I… sorry, no” followed by hanging up has been quite effective) and the complete neglect for anything else in our lives, we’re surprised Skryim doesn’t come with a warning of some sort. Forget Grand Theft Auto and the like – Daily Mail’s been aiming its ire at the wrong target all these years... (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 93/100

Kakihara  +   1257d ago
Ah, so invisibility is still in there. I need to promise myself that I wont be a wuss and exploit it quite as much as I did in Oblivion.
pcovmahenci1988   1257d ago | Spam

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