Enjoy 20 Minutes Of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Enjoy 20 Minutes Of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
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Lock the door. Have your secretary hold your calls for the next 20 minutes. Grab a beverage. Settle in for a nice 20-minute chunk of gameplay from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, informatively narrated by game director Todd Howard.

If you attended E3, QuakeCon and/or PAX Prime this year, this may be old hat to you. But for the rest of us, the folks who’ve seen mere snippets of Skyrim in smaller 13-minute and seven-minute morsels, this footage is a must-see.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim comes to the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on November 11. Make the time go a little faster by watching all three parts.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Demo Part 2

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Demo Part 3

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    • Yeah, its like they have been touring with the same video for the last 6 months.

      Still, it was nice to see it uninterrupted for once.

      Cant wait to play.

  • Ha! Listen to the jaded gamers cry ‘old hat’. I saw that epileptic shakycam from the gaming cons too it sucked by comparison! This is much higher quality video and sound and gives a much better feel for the game. For me its just one more step closer to 11.11.11…

  • 2nd video – 26 seconds.
    Guy and girl talking, guy gets hit with arrow, girl stands still waiting to die. hopefully this is why we’re still waiting.

  • Say what you want about the rest of the game, but man, there’s just something about Elder Scrolls games that makes them feel so epic, and I will gladly waste my time running around in that world feeling super badass.

  • When a game world like this is so interactive and has good ai, its seems like you don’t need a main story.

    You just need maybe 4 player coop and you can make your own adventures.

  • I can’t wait to play this on a decent PC, but alas… can’t afford to upgrade… I’ll settle for the Ps3 version in the meantime… if anyone can justify the word ‘settle’ when referring to the freakin’ Elder Scrolls *psyched*

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