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Submitted by Komega 1041d ago | review

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review - Pixel Apocalypse

From Pixel Apocalypse...

"Skyrim feels more alive and dynamic than any virtual world I have ever experienced. It’s a place where simply traveling from point A to point B can present a multitude of possibilities and diverging paths. None of which feel like they have been set there to artificially increase your play time. Instead random encounters, be it friend or foe, feel like a natural side effect of being a part of this world." (Bethesda Game Studios, PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 93/100

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