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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition (PC DVD) [UK IMPORT]
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PS: le scritte sulla custodia sono in inglese ma il gioco è completamente in italiano.
La versione legendary presenta tutti i DLC usciti e sono in italiano, sarà steam a chiederti la lingua di installazione. Scatola e libretto in lingua inglese. Da non perdere!!!
Il gioco è fantastico, a mio parere anche meglio di Fallout3 (gioco che ho amato tantissimo).
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In Skyrim there are no such demands, the open world is just that OPEN! not like the so called Assasins creed series (WTF?)
No Skyrim is a dream game thanks to the massive and active modding community out there and all the mods are there to be had for free! and all legal and endorsed by Bethesda (far as i can see)?
If like me you were looking to try something new and different from Race sims and flight sims then you wont go wrong with this, especially modded.
Modding this game can make it as good as or better than any current similar game out there and for a tenth of the price!
I would have given this 5 stars if it were not for the fact that its only available thru the much HATED STEAM system etc.
If it were available as a standalone DVD version only with no online requirements i would buy it twice!
Huge, interesting fantasy world.
Several different races / classes to choose from.
Many skills / specialisations to learn.
Much better / more streamlined combat than previous Elder Scrolls games.
You get to fight dragons.
Many of the dungeons are VERY similar and for me this aspect of the game got stale pretty quickly. This is where the game falls short over previous titles.
Less interesting side-quests and conversions than the previous games, even Oblivion (I will always remember the time I got sucked into a painting in Oblivion and had to explore a painting world).
I felt that the graphics weren't actually that great for the time the game was released, and haven't held up particularly well.
While the game does have some great environments, a LOT of the game is set in snow. For me this wasn't interesting enough, and I preferred the green forests of Oblivion.
It shows you how to start each dlc with a leaflet but here's a run down on each dlc
Dawnguard is a vampire dlc so you can be a vampire or a vampire hunter (dawnguard) ut also allows acses to a new dimension and shout
Hartfire allows you to make a house and adopt children
Dragonborn allows you to travel to solthsteam I think yo find "the true dragonborn" truth be told I didn't really play this dlc much when it first came out and I haven't got onto this on my new game yet
Now the actual game side of it. The legendary edition is to put it basically the game, the dlc and the update in box. The box has a very nice and glossy finish with the wording embossed which is sheethed over the actual box. The game out the box is fun but slow to start, wait till the first 5 minutes and you will have the action flaming across your head as you hide in the tutorial castle. Suddenly this game feels linear and restricted. As much as I want to say its a open world game, up till the first city, Whiterun, any RPG player will understand the slight nudges in the right direction. Follow NPC, Kinda choose class, Listen to overarching story No.2, Talk to NPC, Go to suspicious dungeon which is being raided (though this is disguised as side quest), Receive pathetic reward and take all items that aren't listed as Stealing, Go to Whiterun, Hinted that this game is open so you should do stuff and finally you are semi left to your own devices. By this time you feel like this game is wasted potential. But shortly you recognise that this game is massive. Being so massive Bethesda has shown they don't like tutorials. This part of the game is expansively dull, I have lost many friends in the first 5-10 hours. Keep with it and you will find the other 290 hours are utter amazingness of a partially free nature. So many questlines to do that are mostly interesting and the opportunity to add a bunch more through mods. I do still say that Bethesda screwed up the tutorial of most game mechanics. Smithing, Alchemy, Enchanting, Magic, Fighting, Shouts. It wasn't till my third playthrough that I actually figured out you can learn ingredients first attribute (of four) in potions by eating it. Shouting feels underrated, though being the key change of the game over previous games. Smithing is taught through a single tutorial where someone gives you materials and you are told to make the item. Not of where you get these items or how to make the key base items. It feels like it was a half cooked tutorial that felt dull, keep at it and it will reward you.
The game doesn't quite deserve five for the initial issue of the tutorial, I shouldn't be expected to know how good it is. Having said that I do love this game alot.
Being the PC version it does have to be played through the "Steam" program where you must have an account set-up with, a little annoying but that's the industry and software in general these days - you always have to register with everything which I dispise. That said the Steam portal allows you to save acheivements and see the game progress and allows updates. And, most thankfully, you CAN still play it offline so if you wish to play the game on holiday, like i was, where there is no Internet connection it is possible to do so :-)
It's not perfect. Combat is fairly clunky, the main story won't win any awards and the companions won't be gaining entry to Mensa any time in the near future to name but a few of the many minor gripes I have with the game.
However, Skyrim has probably hoovered up more hours than any other game I've ever played (With the possible exception of Oblivion, the previous Elder Scrolls game). The game world is huge, and more importantly, fun to explore. There are a ton of things of do, and the game continually rewards you for poking your nose in.
Add to this the dlc and sheer volume of mods available for the PC version, and it's safe to say that it's the definitive version of a fantastic game.
The game on PC is very well optimised, I don't think it's ever dropped bellow 55FPS (I have an entry level gaming rig), and the mods on Steam Workshop are beautiful. When I bought the game I registered it on Steam and it installed like a dream, but I wish it would register as 'Legendary Edition', kind of as a status thing, I didn't just want the DLC's for free.
The only real issue I have for the PC edition is that the media keys on my keyboard don't work with Skyrim, making listening to music a bit more difficult, but that's just me being lazy.
A minor issue is that when alt-tabbing to go to Windows it works fine, but when you want to re-open it, you have to alt-tab and click a few times, and even then the Windows mouse AND the Skyrim mouse appear, but they move at different rates so this can be a tad annoying.
Overall though, an amazing game that can really keep you going for weeks on end.
the game is fun after many hours gameplay, even after the story is done there's endless fun to be had, there are endless mods in Steam for the game which always change up the game and there are masses of added levels / stories to be found in the workshop.
You require steam to install this game, there's no fees anywhere but I have to open steam to run this game - which isn't in any way a negative.