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Avault’s Game of the Year 2011 – Skyrim

Michael Rabalais: "When I found myself paying $60 for Skyrim on day one, it seemed like another instance of my own piss-poor judgment. I had read A Song of Ice and Fire, and thought hanging out in the Arctic with dragons seemed like a pretty cool thing to do.

Luckily, I was right.

Skyrim presents a more complete and interesting fiction than any game before it. Even better; Bethesda is confident enough in their writing and design to let it speak for itself. There’s subtlety to Skyrim. Few games can tackle racism, religious freedom, or political obligation intelligently – Skyrim pulls off all three and makes it look easy."

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