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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 12 DECEMBER 2010 Bethesda Softworks the Elder Scrolls 5 which was originally rumored to be a direct sequel to Oblivion has officially been announced to great fanfare. The release date for Elder Scrolls V Skyrim is 11-11-11 and was announced at the Spike TV Video Game Awards. Unlike Oblivion, Elder Scrolls V Skyrim will be using a brand new engine which has been promised by Bethesda Softworks to be less buggy and a lot smoother.  

    Bethesda Softworks Elder Scrolls V Release date 11-11-11

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 12 DECEMBER 2010 Bethesda Softworks the Elder Scrolls 5 which was originally rumored to be a direct sequel to Oblivion has officially been announced to great fanfare. The release date for Elder Scrolls V Skyrim is 11-11-11 and was announced at the Spike TV Video Game Awards. Unlike Oblivion, Elder Scrolls V Skyrim will be using a brand new engine which has been promised by Bethesda Softworks to be less buggy and a lot smoother.  

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  • ORIGINALLY POSTED 11 JANUARY 2011 Yesterday I opened my mailbox and was surprised to see a black magazine hiding amongst the bills.  As I peered into the darkness I could faintly make out a gray text upon what appeared to be the back cover which instantly brought images of the Elder Scrolls flashing into my mind.  “Skyrim?”  I said aloud as I brushed the archaic physical bills aside as if to say ‘shame on you’ to the companies for not offering auto-pay online.  After cleansing the sacred text of useless paper debt collectors I gently lifted the light tome and removed it from the mailbox.  Turning the magazine over the silver emblem of the new Elder Scrolls game “Skyrim” was prominently […]

    SKYRIM: the delicious details have finally arrived.

    ORIGINALLY POSTED 11 JANUARY 2011 Yesterday I opened my mailbox and was surprised to see a black magazine hiding amongst the bills.  As I peered into the darkness I could faintly make out a gray text upon what appeared to be the back cover which instantly brought images of the Elder Scrolls flashing into my mind.  “Skyrim?”  I said aloud as I brushed the archaic physical bills aside as if to say ‘shame on you’ to the companies for not offering auto-pay online.  After cleansing the sacred text of useless paper debt collectors I gently lifted the light tome and removed it from the mailbox.  Turning the magazine over the silver emblem of the new Elder Scrolls game “Skyrim” was prominently […]

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