PCA: Have you purchased The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim yet? If you're still undecided, here are ten reasons why the game is deserving of your hard-earned Septim gold.
I cant stop dicking about in any dungeon that crosses my path in Skyrim. It takes me ages to get anywhere :-(
worse still, i go everywhere by foot. then... as soon as I see a dear or rabbit, thats it i am hunting.
I spent about an hour chasing a deer with a war hammer once. Then I remembered I had a bow. :|
Then it takes me forever to even leave on an adventure. I have to make sure everything is properly sold/disenchanted/equipped/sto red. Then I Blacksmith my new items to the best shape possible, enchant all of my items (which requires soul trapping first). THEN I might possibly start looking for more stuff to bring back and work on!
i accidentally got engaged to a male assistant! i loaded the game up again, but next playthrough i'm going to see how that pans out... he better be a good cook and like herding cattle Brokeback Skyrim! although the 'rim' part in that title leaves a bad taste in my mouth
I plan on buying it, only reason i havent brought it a yet, fking college made me paid them back for a course i drop. What pisses me off the course only course cost $170+ and I had to pay them back almost 400 ******* dollars.
i sure hope the course you dropped wasnt english cause you need it.
I was torn between Skyrim and Batman Arkham City (PC). Spent weeks looking at articles, previews and videos to decide which one to pre order first. Then I saw a Skyrim screenshot of some skeletons in a cave...the cave walls looked kinda similar like the ones in Oblivion and Fallout 3. For some strange, unknown reason the cave textures in those games "offend" me/made me loose interest. Caves from other RPGs, even Torchlight, doesn't that same effect on me. Don't hate me - Skyrim is still in my wishlist...just that, those caves... So I picked Batman AC (not really enjoying the numerous delays though).
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