By Alec Meer on September 12th, 2011 at 3:31 pm.
You’ve read, potentially, thousands of words about the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but you probably haven’t been able to see all that much of it yourself. That is because you are bad, and naughty, and not to be trusted. That’s also why we locked you in that dank cellar for so long. Now you’re too malnourished to attack us anymore, we can sit you down and show you some 20 minutes of the game in safety. Keep those hands where we can see them, and do stop trying to gnaw through your gag.
The following three videos contain mammoth-bullying, spell combination, dragon-shouting, caves, mountains, forests and puzzling. It’s very similar to the demo I saw back in April, thus offering a sort of greatest hits of Skyrim’s beasts and abilities, as opposed to the early, low level stretch of the game I saw just a few weeks back.
Oh, that poor dragon. He was only trying to
help massacre all life.
Only two months until this plops onto our hard drives. Please, please, please don’t let there be another case of whatever ridiculous bullshit has been causing Bethesda and THQ games to not appear on Steam at launch in the UK for this one.