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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1305d ago | review

GameStyle - Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Review

GameStyle - The Elder Scrolls world is big, so big in fact that it just cannot fit into a single game. In its fifth instalment, Bethesda opens up the world of Skyrim and in doing so produces one of the best games this generation will see. (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 10/10

Bigpappy  +   1305d ago
This game is off the charts. I don't know when I am going to need another game. I came back to Riverwood to meet someone there. As I walk out the main street this guy came running towards me poking a knife and half the town chasing him. I side steped him and swung my ask. His head came off and rolled back pass the crowd. I guess he was a thief, but he just ran in the wrong direction unfortunately.
PhantomTommy  +   1305d ago
Ha ha cool.
SephirothX21  +   1305d ago
That thief could've had children you bastard! Children you could have also killed if you were playing on pc and applied the appropriate mod. Find out where the children are, then kill him.
Gam3rSinceBiRTH  +   1305d ago
Truly a masterpiece.

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