It is a dark and stormy night. A mystery concerning dragons hangs heavy in the air. Your campsite is tense, as giants, wolves, and other threats linger only feet away. Your every move is important and potentially life threatening.
While that does sound like a portion of a really great movie or book, it is actually only a tiny piece of the world that is Skyrim. This game is very much unlike any you may have played before. With sophisticated A.I., incredible graphics and a rich deep world to explore, it is virtually impossible to become bored playing.
Choose your lot in life; what would you like to be? Do you wish to pursue a life of dignity, become family oriented, travel and see the world, or perhaps you have always wished to partake in the ancient and guarded art of lycanthropy. That’s right, you can be a werewolf if you so choose.
One thing that I love about games such as this, is that you have so many unlimited possibilities. You can play one life, and then turn around and create another. There is o reason to limit yourself to any one route, buy the game and play for years constatly discovering new paths and interesting lore.