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Submitted by Rowland 1331d ago | review

Action Trip - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review

Action Trip: Exploring the gorgeous locations of Skyrim is a delight. The experience has been enriched with the magnificent symphonic melodies composed by the talented Jeremy Soule. His contribution to the game has certainly made the experience memorable. It's good to have him back after his work on Morrowind and Oblivion (not to mention brilliant scores for games like Neverwinter Nights, Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic, etc.). The characters sound great, featuring the voice talents of Christopher Plummer, Joan Allen, Max von Sydow and others. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 9.6/10

walken7  +   1330d ago
Nice review, I'd like to see what their test system's specs are, and how well the game ran. Would like to be able to compare my system, so I know what to expect.
StraightPath  +   1330d ago
ITS NEARLY HERE
walken7  +   1330d ago
Would like to clarify, I thought this was a pc specific review at the time.
DonaldBeck  +   1330d ago
picking this up 4 my ps3 at midnight! i loved oblivion so im going to love this! i dont need a review so get this, but nice score anyways.
NBT91  +   1330d ago
30 mins to go for you then, I got mine earlier today at about 4PM, but I would just like to tell you that you will not be disappointed. Its improved leagues over Oblivion, it feels a little daunting at first because it is quite a bit different / new but once you get to grips with it, dayumn its good!
DonaldBeck  +   1330d ago
yep
NBT91  +   1330d ago
My only slight gripe - no subtitles (at least not by default) so you have to listen to everything that is said and sometimes in Oblivion I preferred to read it and save time (especially since some character talk slowly) but if there is an option for subs then I find it pretty flawless so far!

The melee kills are great, everything is better presented its just an incredible game.
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