The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Legendary Edition
I bought Skyrim when it initially shipped on 11-11-11. I put about 150 hours into it before some things came up and I unfortunately had no more time to play it. Ended up selling it, which I shouldn't have done. Picked this up today(as I now have more time on my hands again), and as soon as I fired it up, I remembered how much I loved it. When I originally played it, I was fortunate enough NOT to encounter many of the technical issues that plagued so many(yes, I saw a bug here and there, but let's be honest, the game was developed by Bethesda and is GIGANTIC). Any game I can lose myself in such as this makes me appreciate why I do this as a hobby when I'm not at work. Yes, I have a social life as well. Everything about this game, IMHO, is absolutely breathtaking. Scenery, music, voice acting, scope, everything. Not to mention I was never able to play any of the DLC, having sold my original copy before any of it was released for PS3. Still haven't touched the DLC, but I'm positive I'll enjoy it. I'm not one of those people who will sit here and compare this game to the likes of Demons/Dark Souls or Dragon's Dogma. Fantastical setting aside, these games are their own marvels, but I will say that Skyrim is my favorite. If you enjoy these kinds of games and have never played Skyrim, do yourself a favor and check out this Legendary Edition. Stunning, in every sense of the word.
Well Worth the Time and Money!
Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition phenomenal! Bethesda does a beautiful job bringing the world of Skyrim to life and makes it a world to behold. In Skyrim legendary dragons have begun to once again emerge from old tales and stories to wreak havoc on the people of Tamriel. Your job as the dragonborn or dovakiin is to kill the most powerful dragon, Alduin the World Eater, and restore peace in Tamriel. But why just jump into killing this dragon when there are so many other things that you can do in the game. You can join an army as a Stormcloak or an Imperial and destroy an empire. You can become a magical expert at the College of Winterhold or a master thief of the Thieves Guild. You can settle down and start a family. Or you can just decide to roam the beautiful world of Skyrim and slice and dice your way through foes and discover legendary treasure. The opportunities are virtually endless and you will spend many hours trying to unravel the mysteries that Skyrim has to offer. The gameplay of Skyrim is loads of fun. You can run around with swords a'blazing and slice and dice your way through enemies or you can take a distant approach with a bow. You can mingle with the magical arts so you can simultaneously cast fire at your enemies while healing yourself or summon zombies to fight on your side. Skyrim plays how you want to play it and nobody will play the game the same. Skyrim is a world worth exploring and putting many hours into. I recommend it to anybody, no mater what kind of gamer you are. If you agree with my review give a thumbs up and add me on PSN if you like. (miguelyorkes222)
I absolutely love this game. It's amazing. After you beat the main quest there are still TONS of side quest to do. In fact, it took me forever to finally beat the main quest because I kept getting distracted by all the side quest.You can join different guild type things like the Dark Brotherhood (who are a group of assassins) or the Thieves Guild (obviously a group of thieves), or you can join the Imperial Army or Stormcloaks and help fight in the war. And you can also fight dragons, who doesn't like fighting dragons? Overall I think this game is amazing, and if you like medieval RPG type games, you'll love this game.
Best RPG to date
I bought this game around the time it released but never had the time to truly enjoy it until recently, went out and bought the Legendary edition which has Dawn guard, hearthfire & the dragonborn DLC; the game is more than worth it, the story is very interesting (no spoilers), the fighting mechanics are great and it's easy to pick up. There are tons of quests to take on all over Skyrim. It has a lot of RPG elements like upgrading armor, creating armore, weapons and jewelry which can all be enchanted; You can create potions, get married, buy a house, adopt kids, become a werewolf or vampire... the list of what's available to the player is huge and well it's Bethesda, they do very well with RPG's.
Skyrim is the Best Open-World Game in It's Time
Just like all the Elderscroll Games Before it, It was made to the to be the best it could possibly be, given the current computer technology of the time, but at the same time, not requiring a $5000 box to play. I did not get the chance to play the very first Elderscrolls, but I played Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and now Skyrim, and all extensions released for this game. The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, I played on my PC. This time, my PC barely reached the minimum specs, and I had a new PS3, so I play Skyrim on my PS3, and it runs great. Do not decide to turn away from this game just bc of the propaganda spreading people who say that Skyrim has tons of bugs on the PS3. That is complete non-sense. It does have the occasional glitch, just keep up to date on the patches. But hey, its an open-world RPG, with hundreds of intertwining missions, many are "radiant" which is kind of similiar to how they did Daggerfall, except instead of the quest dungeon being random, some on major quests, some of these quests have a random quest giver. As a programmer, I can tell you, the fact that the game is even playable means that some major, above and beyond the call of duty, effort was put into the programming of this game, from the scripts all the way down to the low levels. I haven't played Skyrim on the PC yet, but I love this game so much, and since the creation kit only works on the PC, since XBox and PS3 wont allow third party patches, even tested. Which makes some sense--but my point is, I played all the other ones on PC only, and they had more bugs and crashed a lot more often this game crashes on a PS3. And I dont know that it crashes, as much as it has glitches you can play through. Rarely, it might seem like it will crash, but if you just wait, that will fix it most of the time. These game has very deep story lines, which I love, as well as many important choices to be made, out of several. These things make for lasting appeal. And the add ons are great and worth the money. Dawnguard adds many cavernous places not reachablle before, as well as crossbows, and the ability to smith crossbows and arrows and bolts. Building and designing your own house is very fun, and each of the 3 pieces of land you can buy when you become thane have a special building unique to that site. Im working on my first home, but that one allows you to build a fitch hatchery. And Dragonborn is a huge expansion, which adds a whole new map and island that you must travel to, off the coast of Morrowind. If you've played the 3rd Elderscroll game, you will find familiar scenery. But you will regret not buying this game, or at least the original, and save up for the expansions, just because your computer is too slow, and you have a PS3, but there is the same person or persons that write a 0 or 1 review, mention the XBox, and go to the next sight, thus dragging the rating down low. There are groups of people that do this, not saying conspiracy, but the wording in their reviews is not only almost exactly the same, but it is almost exactly the same across games. For instance, I walked into a store to look at some games, I had already read and ignored bad reviews on skyrim and was playing it, but I was standing next a young man and an employee, and he was saying he heard this was going to be a great action/adventure game, but he got online this morning and read a review that he thinks was some on the inside of a game company and not many people know it, and then began reciting, almost word or word, a review I read for Skyrim, "that Sony knew that Tomb Raider was not going to be up to par upon release, and let them release it anyway." Coincidence to have identical reviews on to completely different games, save for that it was a PS3 review, and it should be bought on another specific system instead. If you liked any of the last elder scrolls, and enjoyed them, and/or you like open-world RPGs, buy this game, or at least the base game, which has dropped in price. If your computer can handle it, cool. But if you have a PS3, it will play great, better than the older elderscrolls games on a PC build by a programmer and certified hardware tech. And my guess, in comparing hardware specs, is that it will run much better on a PS3 than a certain other console. And no, they were not having technical difficulties getting this game to work on the PC or the PS3, as some have stated. It is of public record Microsoft (XBox360) bought exclusive rights to this game, 2 or 3 months. And on the expansions. So Ive said more than my piece, and apparently I can make paragraphs, but trust me, if you love good storylines, hardcore RPGs, and mainly openworld RPGs, where the choice is yours, be a good person, be an evil person, be neutral. Get married. Don't be mean and convert your wife or husband to a vampire, though that is an option. Have Fun! And Don't Game Bash. Give credit where credit is due, and if its not your style of game, state so, and give it an honest rating. I have seen very few games that deserve a review of a 1 or 0 out of ten. Come on now, they would never be released.
Must play game I never get tired of it and Recommend it to everyone who likes RPG's and people who wants a game that lasts:)
Bug infested piece of ...
I put many hours into Skyrim and loved every minute on my Xbox 360 and loved it. I let a family member borrow the game and never saw it again so when I saw the legenday version for the PS3 I snagged it since I had not played any of the DLC. I have had so many broken quests and invisible companions that I am seriously considering writing off any future games by Bethesda. Without the overload of bugs the game would be world class. My only other complaint is that quest chartacters can be killed off before you even initiate a quest with them which stinks if you're someone who likes to do every possible quest. The ... courier shows up with 100 gps inheritance and you know another key npc bit the dust.
I love it. I cant wait for this, I love the elder scrolls series and skyrim and it's add ons were nothing less than spectacular. The add ons were very diverse. I loved it all so much, even though I already own it all, i might just buy this.
One Of The Best RPG's On The PS3
I've never really been a fan of The Elder Scrolls Series. So when Skyrim came out I just sort of overlooked it every time I went in search of a new game to play. I played Oblivion a while back and didn't much care for it at all. I found it to be pretty boring and overall just not my cup of RPG. After months of ppl yammering about how amazing Skyrim is and praising it left and right. I finally got sick of hearing it and decided to play it for myself. To my surprise it was not the boring bland RPG Oblivion was but rather a more richer and satisfying game. It instantly reminded me of Dark Messiah of Might & Magic (Which I luved) and Thief 3: Deadly Shadows. The graphics are a HUGE improvement from Oblivion and the controls and interface are sooo much better. The story for Skyrim was quite good and the quest seldom get boring. You could easily unload 100+ hrs into this game and still not even have scratched the surface. If your PS3 Game collection is in need of a really good RPG than I deff recommend Skyrim. It's a good alternative for those wanting a more casual RPG experience. As for the DLC itself I enjoyed it very much. DragonBorn alone was easily one of the best Expansions. Hearthfire was pretty dumb and Dawnguard was Neh.
How about fixing the game first?
Okay....so let me get this straight....they're re-releasing a version of a game that's been out a LOOONG time but bundled with DLC that anyone who cares already bought?
Um, how about fixing the PS3 and PC versions of the game first, Bethesda?