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Submitted by Jim Crikey 1215d ago | review

The Elder Scrolls: Lord of Souls – book review

Critical Gamer writes: In 2009 Greg Keyes released his first book based in the Elder Scrolls universe named The Infernal City. Now this year – no doubt to coincide with the release of Skyrim – the sequel has been released, entitled Lord of Souls.

Set in the same time period as The Infernal City, Lord of Souls begins some forty years after the events players will have seen in Oblivion and around one hundred and forty before the setting of Skyrim. The story concerns the same characters as the first book also, so jumping in with this book first proved a little difficult; as minor assumptions about previous knowledge at points led to confusion for a while. (Culture, Elder Scrolls, PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) -

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