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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Posted 10/7/11 , edited 10/7/11

X-Intercept wrote:

Urg, it looks so amazing. <3 I can't wait. I love the Elder Scrolls series. I just wonder if my laptop can handle it... I'll probably get it on 360 and then try it out on my laptop.


well if you had a computer that's equal to the 360...then yes you should be able to run it...either on low to medium settings. I had to run the witcher 2 on low settings. the game still looked gorgeous regardless.
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Posted 10/12/11
Wonder if all the community fixes and mods would run on the PS3 or XBox..., if not go for sure with the PC version. The dynamic dragon ai system and graphics alone look so great, even with zero story it'll be amazing. XD
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Posted 10/19/11
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Sucesso para todos
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Posted 11/3/11
I will if my PC will be able to run it lol. It most likely will though.
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24 / M / sweden
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Posted 11/7/11
cant w8, im gonna nolife this game so much!
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Posted 11/9/11
The PC version will have the modding community up like the other games did. I wouldn't even check out this game otherwise.
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Posted 11/10/11
Game looks amazingly awesome. The only thing I'll be sad about is you can't kill off entire towns like in Morrowind ;P
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Posted 11/10/11

RoyalLush wrote:

The PC version will have the modding community up like the other games did. I wouldn't even check out this game otherwise.


Thats just sad. The game is beautiful as it is. Its not Oblvion at all. That game the world was mostly empty and dull as a bag of rocks.


I played Skyrim for all of 30 minutes before saving and shutting it down for the night., Made a Redgaurd girl named Kanikha and fiddled around with the other races settings to see what they look like.

They look SOOOOOOOOO much better than they did in Oblivion. Major kudos to Bethesda. :D


Now to wait patiently for the mods... lol
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Posted 11/10/11

kitsuneshoujo wrote:


RoyalLush wrote:

The PC version will have the modding community up like the other games did. I wouldn't even check out this game otherwise.


Thats just sad. The game is beautiful as it is. Its not Oblvion at all. That game the world was mostly empty and dull as a bag of rocks.


I played Skyrim for all of 30 minutes before saving and shutting it down for the night., Made a Redgaurd girl named Kanikha and fiddled around with the other races settings to see what they look like.

They look SOOOOOOOOO much better than they did in Oblivion. Major kudos to Bethesda. :D


Now to wait patiently for the mods... lol


Not really. I think mods really help people reach the vision they want as far as the game is concerned for multiple play throughs. I'm a huge fan of Dragon Age and Dragon Age 2, but all the good writing in the world didn't get me over the fact that Anders looked like a starved, homeless man. A quick face swap and I was romancing him to no end. Bioware also dropped the ball on their first installment of textures (admittedly, since they later released a high res pack). Most of the mods I did were cosmetic, and I didn't touch the 'cheater' mods until after the 3-4th playthrough just for story purposes.

The same went for Dragon Age: Origins. I wasn't the only one put off that everyone had brown teeth.
I've seen Skyrim and as I saw someone write about, "Morrowwind HD looks great, but where is Skyrim?"
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Posted 11/13/11
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Posted 1/26/12

RoyalLush wrote:


kitsuneshoujo wrote:


RoyalLush wrote:

The PC version will have the modding community up like the other games did. I wouldn't even check out this game otherwise.


Thats just sad. The game is beautiful as it is. Its not Oblvion at all. That game the world was mostly empty and dull as a bag of rocks.


I played Skyrim for all of 30 minutes before saving and shutting it down for the night., Made a Redgaurd girl named Kanikha and fiddled around with the other races settings to see what they look like.

They look SOOOOOOOOO much better than they did in Oblivion. Major kudos to Bethesda. :D


Now to wait patiently for the mods... lol


Not really. I think mods really help people reach the vision they want as far as the game is concerned for multiple play throughs. I'm a huge fan of Dragon Age and Dragon Age 2, but all the good writing in the world didn't get me over the fact that Anders looked like a starved, homeless man. A quick face swap and I was romancing him to no end. Bioware also dropped the ball on their first installment of textures (admittedly, since they later released a high res pack). Most of the mods I did were cosmetic, and I didn't touch the 'cheater' mods until after the 3-4th playthrough just for story purposes.

The same went for Dragon Age: Origins. I wasn't the only one put off that everyone had brown teeth.
I've seen Skyrim and as I saw someone write about, "Morrowwind HD looks great, but where is Skyrim?"


The game is beautiful, however there are some parts that have jarringly bad textures and blocky faces. Thanks to mods, I was able to fix that.

I also didn't feel like the game had that, "End of the world dragons raiding the countryside" feel enough, I was able to rip through dragons like nothing and felt like an invincible demigod even on master difficulty, which sounds cool, but is actually pretty boring...

So I downloaded and installed PISE v80, which makes enemies fight smarter and heal themselves, Deadly Dragons, which makes dragons true harbingers of doom that don't die in a few hits, and War in Skyrim IV: Dark age, which makes the countryside feel more like the anime "Berserk!" rather than a holiday in New Zealand.

Now if I need to go pick flowers in the fields, I often have to fight battles like this: http://youtu.be/nafPLfNCo8I

I feel it is more exciting when you potentially face death every step of the way, than skipping your way through the countryside lopping off heads in the vanilla game.
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Posted 1/27/12
Am I the only one who thinks that dragons are probably the easiest "Bosses" in the game?
Seriously, they're the only enemy i never run from!
Posted 3/1/12
^ depends what kind of character u use. I find them easier easy to deal w/ w/ my assassin compare to a pure mage.

I love the graphics enhancing mods and the better items assortment. I need to get back to this game now that my midterms r over w/.
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Posted 3/3/12
Yea I find the game extremely easy, so then I modded it, then it was too hard. I got bored, did almost all the side quest but never did the actual storyline before I got bored, spent over 50 hours exploring + sidequests, still haven't met the greybeards. I found the game too open. The graphics were kick ass though no doubt.
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Posted 3/17/12
I have this game on ps3 coz I haven't had a computer that withstands this awesome game .. so even so I cannot enjoy the graphics on pc the way I enjoyed on ps3 .. it still is epic for me
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