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Submitted by meevil 1131d ago | review

Skyrim - Gamer Nation Review

Newcomer Juan wrties: "The Elder Scrolls series has a storied history with lore that could fill a fair few textbooks.

Arena (released in 1994) was intended as a simple arena combat game that shifted towards an RPG during development. Daggerfall & Morrowind expanded this concept into fully fledged 3D worlds. Oblivion was shoved into the foreground as the Western RPG on a fledgling Xbox 360. Since then, there were always massive expectations of the follow up, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Those expectations were not misplaced." (PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Xbox 360) 9/10

Lelldorianx  +   1131d ago
The score's a bit high, but I suppose that if this was reviewed after all the major patches, it might be a bit more accurate.
h311rais3r  +   1131d ago
Oh I'm sorry did the rest of the 9/10 and 10/10 seem ok before?
meevil  +   1131d ago
If it's any consolation, we did review the current PS3 build.

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