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Submitted by JerryMatters 1269d ago | article

Does Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Have an Ending?

The debate in many a gamer’s minds lately has been whether or not completion of the main questline in Skyrim means the end of the game’s ability to keep our interest. For a many the answer could be either, but this article will help in explaining the reasons behind both. (Bethesda Game Studios, Bethesda Softworks, Elder Scrolls, PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360)

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zeal0us  +   1269d ago
The debate in many gamer’s(mainly ps3 users) minds lately is why did this game get GoTY in spite of all the problems that this game had/has/still have.

Does Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim End? I ask myself a similar question after I beat oblivion, I didn't finally put the game down(pc version) until skyrim did come out. Thanks to all the mods.

The console version of skyrim only truly end when you complete everything excluding recurring radiant quest or completely grow bored of the game.

The pc version not so much thx to mods, if you to install/use them.
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Valenka  +   1269d ago
Games like this are bound to have sorts of problems. Doesn't exempt them from GOTY nomination.
CaptainMarvelQ8  +   1268d ago
/facepalm

A game full of glitches I can take,but not an UNPLAYABLE game.
Those who keep defending Bethesda about PS3's problem should get their facts straight,the game is unplayable for god's sake,what more of a reason do you want to justify the hate surrounding it?
Valenka  +   1268d ago
It's not unplayable. A few friends of mine play it on PS3 and have only had minor problems. Don't assume it's everyone.
ZBlacktt  +   1268d ago
@ CaptainMarvelQ8, funny, about these facts of the game being unplayable.

I did it in 199 hours 54 mins. At 19 days straight. Yeah I ran into some issues, frame rate here and there. But still.

http://i1199.photobucket.co...

I've still kept on playing it. The game is to fun to just stop even after getting all the trophies.
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JerryMatters  +   1269d ago
The bugs make it somewhat endearing, and the glitches can make playing it like forcing a confused program through its routines by sheer willpower at times.
gameguidedog  +   1269d ago
Skyrim is great, but can also be tiring at times. For some reason I find myself liking Oblivion more for inventory interface, map, and overall gameplay experience. Skyrim gets pluses for detail, graphics, enhanced story etc, but I till prefer Oblivion between the two. Faster load times, and less buggy.
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gillri  +   1269d ago
I put 240 hours into and will play again but the bugs were too much,

I will wait 6 months to a year before I sink another 200 hours into it
Zack_Fair  +   1269d ago
I stopped playing when I got the platinum.
I wanted to play more, but the game has many bugs and some are very annoying.

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