The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

released on Nov 10, 2011

Skyrim reimagines and revolutionizes the open-world fantasy epic, bringing to life a complete virtual world open for you to explore any way you choose. Play any type of character you can imagine, and do whatever you want; the legendary freedom of choice, storytelling, and adventure of The Elder Scrolls is realized like never before.

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Really solid sandbox game, world is well crafted & sidequests are varied so it doesn't get boring. Combat is serviceable, nothing too bad or too crazy.

Skyrim is the ultimate playground for gamers who love to explore, adventure, and get lost in a massive open world. As the Dragonborn, you'll journey through the rugged land of Skyrim, battling fierce dragons, exploring ancient ruins, and completing quests for a cast of colorful characters.
The game's strengths are many. The graphics are gorgeous, the music is epic, and the world is vast and filled with hidden treasures to discover. The combat system is fluid and satisfying, allowing you to wield everything from swords to magic to shouts that can knock enemies off their feet.
But like any game, Skyrim has its flaws. The game's numerous glitches and bugs can be frustrating, and the AI of some characters can be laughably bad at times. The game's dialogue can also be a bit repetitive, with characters repeating the same lines over and over again.
Despite these flaws, Skyrim is still an incredible game that offers hours of fun and adventure. The game's sheer size and scope are unmatched, and the freedom to play the game your way is a joy. Whether you want to be a stealthy assassin, a powerful mage, or a fearless warrior, Skyrim has something for everyone. So grab your sword, shout some dragons into submission, and get lost in the world of Skyrim today!

Any potential I have to talk shit on this game is taken away when every time I pick it up I play it for a week straight, then put it down again never to thought it again for a span of 6 months, to 2 years.
It really is an addiction I relapse to whenever I need a fix, it just comes in different time lapses.

This game does a lot of cool new stuff but also downgrades a lot of other cool stuff from prior games.

i really used to love this game. like a lot. but oblivion is better.

Modded Skyrim is the richest, buggiest gaming experience I've ever had.