The robed monk wondered what my characters future would be now that I have become one of the most powerful individuals in Skyrim. Would I be remembered as a hero, or something far far worse…. great question.
Skyrim is a massive RPG feast that will no doubt stuff even the biggest of gaming gluttons. However, after 70 hours of living in the world of Skyrim I started to daydream about what the game would be like with a more intimate narrative, and dare I say, more of a soul.
I made a big mistake. When I initially play tested Skyrim at Pax: Prime in Seattle this year I was a bit critical of my experience with the game. In my own defense Skyrim is not a game that can be experienced…
We were lucky enough to get in the good graces of Bethesda during PAX: East and were excited when they invited us to play Skyrim during the media only hour at PAX: Prime. Behold! A dramatic retelling of my time with The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim
I have to hand it to all of the journalists out in L.A. who are probably passed out due to their hard work covering the E3 convention. How they can enjoy the convention, sneak back up to the press room, write an article, and still find time to actually play some games is a total mystery. I’m exhausted just watching the convention at home on all of my devices. It really is a whole lot of gaming news to take in.