The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Legendary Edition

Skyrim legendary edition

Hello everybody, Jammy here and today I will be reviewing The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: Legendary Edition. It doesn’t matter what console I do this for as this game is the same for PS3 or Xbox.

You start of the game in a horse cart, your hands bound behind your backs and in the cart with you is 3 other people. A horse thief name Lokir, Ralof (he kinda becomes your best friend) and the leader of the Stormcloaks. Jarl Ulfric StormCloak.  ~He is being tried for treason, for killing the high king with his voice. You arrive at Helgan and at this point you realize, you’re going to get your head chopped off.

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This is the point in the game where you can create your character. Later in the game you can change your appearance by visiting a lady is the sewers in Riften but you need to complete several missions to get there, but be warned if you get changed into a vampire or a werewolf you will not be able to change your appearance.

When you finish this, you get called to the block and as the executioner lifts his axe, would you believe it a dragon turns  up. what luck. Anyway you make you escape and before you get inside you run into Ralof and the dude who told you to go get your head trimmed at the shoulders. At this stage in the game it doesn’t matter  who you go with and as you get to pick Stormcloaks or Imperials. You eventually make you way to ht nearest town and this is where your journey to become Skyrim’s greatest  Dragonborn warrior begins.

During the game, you can come across strange creatures:

  • Elfs
  • Trolls
  • Giant Crabs
  • Dragons
  • Hag-Ravens (These are old ladies then look like they over did it with the plastic surgery and have over grown nails)
  • Big metal dwarf baddies
  • Witches
  • Vampires
  • Werewolfs

And many others creatures, i care not to think about. If you get turned into a vampire, it is possible to be cured, and no you don’t use a wooden stake. You need a black soul gem or you could just get turned into a werewolf but then you can’t get cured from that.

There is also a few glitches. There one is Whiterun (where you find the hidden chest under the the skyforge), There’s one is DawnStar right by the mine. These glitches are very useful when you are pretty much on your ass with money and the chest re-fill very 48 hours. There used to be one where you could get your speech up to level 100 just by chatting to a dude in the pub in Riften.

I still think the graphics could be slightly tweaked but they are definitely better then its predecessor  “Oblivion”. I would recommend this to anyone who likes adventuring and basically wondering off and getting to random trouble.

Alex Elliot

Alex Elliot is a regular contributor to that writes from Nevada.