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Submitted by Rowland 1196d ago | review

Holy Moly - The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim Review

Holy Moly: If you use the internet, watch TV or leave your house occasionally, then there's a very reasonable chance you will have heard of Bethesda's newest role-playing game, Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Pretty unusual, given that it's not exactly the type of game you would expect to see receiving such a large amount of attention from the mainstream media.

After all, there's no guns, no terrorist plots, no cars, no sports, no dance-offs and only a very small section devoted to interior decoration. In short, it's a game that not so long ago would have been almost entirely populated by hairy-palmed computer science undergrads and slightly less hairy-palmed celebrity journalists. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 10/10

ssb3173  +   1195d ago
This is a really good game, would advise people to buy it, both those who have a ps3/xbox/pc or are planning/thinking of getting one

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