Hands On: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (This Is My Joystick)

While Oblivion’s character creation screen offered lots of choice, Skyrim manages to raise the bar. You still have the same options from Oblivion such as complexion, distance between the eyes, scars and fur colour. In Skyrim, however, you can also add weight to your character (fat, sluggish tigers FTW!) and war paint/dirt to a character’s face. You can also adjust the height of your character, and their overall size. That’s just scratching the surface.

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Hozi3209d ago

I love how we (gamers) talk about TES titles. It's the one game where you swear your in the world doing all of those quest and when you tell a friend "Man, you wouldn't believe but I was searching for this artist and it turns out he painted himself in a portrait and I had to go in and save him from these trolls and then he had to paint us back out" you get the's captivating, breathtaking and exhilarating all in one.Can't wait for Skyrim!