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Talk Amongst Yourselves
Talk about stuff. And things.
War is hell (except with tiny pigs).
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Level 45. 58 hours. This is my Skyrim experience expressed in two lonely numbers. It also marks the point in time at which I discovered I’d unnecessarily gimped myself, denied myself one of the game’s finest delights. I’d heard friends speak in reverent tones about a particular “power” and its hilarious, physics-perverting properties, while I stared, dumbfounded and confused. Were we playing the same game? Had I broken something and missed out on this most magical of abilities? As it turns out, no, it was nothing like this. I was, to put it simply, an idiot possessed.
Video: “From the developers of The Elder Scrolls, Elder Scrolls HD and Elder Scrolls with Guns comes a game so immersive you forget to eat, sleep and make friends because you’re too busy eating, sleeping and making friends.” Sounds about right.
The Elder Scrolls Online has officially been out for four weeks now, and director Matt Firor has put up a big blog post to celebrate. In the post, Firor promises that he and his team at Zenimax Online Studios are zapping bugs, banning gold bots, and fixing all sorts of stuff in their weekly game updates.
I haven’t played The Elder Scrolls Online, but as an avid enjoyer of Elder Scrolls games, I’ve been curious where in the series’ timeline it takes place. Now, thanks to the fast-talking folks at Lore, I know.
I always thought the term “speed run” could have done without the “speed” bit — tautology and all that. Calling yourself a “runner” though just sounds like you’re preparing to star in a Paul Michael Glaser film. Anyway, what was I talking about? Oh yes, check out this 3:22 run of Bethesda’s Morrowind.