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How Can We Fix Skyrim?

1UP: Love it or hate it, the latest Elder Scrolls epic, Skyrim, continues to hold gamers' attention. Almost three months after its release, people are still trading tips; sharing their confessions of how they love Lydia (even though she doesn't quite grasp the importance of moving out of the way of massive swinging doors covered with spikes); and creating viral videos featuring startlingly accurate sports predictions and lamentations of knee-embedded arrows. We can all agree that Skyrim is hardly perfect. In fact, it could use a lot of improvements. The Skyrim lovers may never convince the game's detractors of its greatness, but at the very least we'd have an easier time selling others on the game's greatness if Bethesda would take the time to fix the following issues -- and we'd welcome your input, too.

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Vladplaya2139d ago

"Love it or hate it, the latest Elder Scrolls epic, Skyrim, continues to hold gamers' attention. Almost three months after its release, people are still trading tips"

I remember days when games held attention of gamers for years and years. Good games, they don't make them like they use to anymore...

nihonlight2139d ago (Edited 2139d ago )

A great game ruined by a stupid deadline and no desire to give ps3 users a decent version. Bethesda lets the mod community do their job.

If Bethesda built a house, it would only be a shell.
We would have to do the plumbing,electric,flooring...a nd then some.

Side note* I'm looking into taking Beth to court. They released a broken game,hid it from reviewers and haven't fixed it in 3 months. That's robbery to the consumer and on any level bad business.