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I don't like Skyrim.
And I don't know why. Seriously I bought it a while ago on sale after everyone raves about how good it is. I loved Fallout 3 and so thought that Skyrim is another Bethesda game and I only hear positive things about it so I bought it. However I got bored very quickly, it was so dull. The combat was really fun and I enjoyed the RPG elements but the story felt weak, as did the voice acting. But everyone talks about Skyrim like it's the best thing since sliced bread, like it's the second coming of christ, so why don't I like it? I loved Fallout 3, I love RPGs, but why did I get bored so quickly, what is actually good about this game? Why do you play it? Because I can't seem to find a reason why I should, as much as I want to find an excuse to do so.
Dato lagt ut: 20. jul, 2013 @ 4:39pm