MediaKick: Being the stalwart supporter of western RPGs for a couple of decades, Bethesda have grown in stature since the series began with The Elder Scrolls: Arena. Each new game in the core series showcases a new engine that not only looks stunning, but makes the experience last far longer than ever before. Bethesda provided us with the ambitious The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion several years back, alongside the highs of the Shivering Isles and lows of the infamous Horse Armour as paid downloadable content. One thing was mostly missing from the series though, as what good is a fantasy RPG without Dragons? When the trailers for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim first hit, it was clear that it was fully intentional as a plot device, and after three years of development, Skyrim is finally here. Should you take up the arms as Dovahkiin, or should you shirk your Dragonborn responsibilities?"