Show: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim video review

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There’s something to be said about bitch-slapping a dragon into next week. Not cowering in fear, nor running for the hills, but standing your ground with a battle-axe, jumping on its head and clefting its tiny brain in twain… or something like that. After leaving their sanctuary in Studio 33 Nathan, Josh and Dave have gone toe to toe with these mighty beasts time after time and are still standing.

Three seconds before a running "McConaughey"

An easy contender for game of the year, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a triumph of design, graphics and story all neatly wrapped with a stunningly majestic score. Hit the embedded video below to get the break down from the guys.

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Dave Kozicki

Shotgun Samurai
Video game reviewer, presenter and enthusiast. Film and TV-aholic. Pop culture geek. T-shirt and sneaker addict. All around nice guy and one hell of a sexy beast. Writer for Official PlayStation Magazine AU, AusGamers and Hyper Magazine.
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  • http://profiles.google.com/bob.in.use Bob Smith

    The first thing that I noticed about this game is
    they promised a ton of dragons, and man did they deliver. You’re going to have
    to face quite a few just to get from the beginning of the game to the end, I’m
    a guy that likes fantasy RPG’s and dragons are a huge bonus in my book. I got
    my first glimpse of Skyrim at a co-worker’s house (from DISH Network) a few
    days ago and he explained that you could just go out into the world and hunt
    dragons. There are so many dragon nests scattered across the land that you can go
    on a hunt for some of the meaner dragons, yay! I liked it so much that I went
    home that night and added it to my queue using the Blockbuster Movie
    Pass, that’s how I rent
    and play all my video games. I’m glad that there’s an affordable way out there to
    play games, because without Blockbuster I don’t think I’d ever get the chance
    to play. It’ll be in my mailbox soon!