In The Life Of A Dragonborn

So, I thought that my first real post would have been more related to Call Of Duty, and aspects of the new Infinite Warfare multiplayer, than this. But I’ve found myself over the last week or so playing Skyrim. During the recent sales, Sony kindly told me about some of the deals it was offering […]

So, I thought that my first real post would have been more related to Call Of Duty, and aspects of the new Infinite Warfare multiplayer, than this. But I’ve found myself over the last week or so playing Skyrim.

During the recent sales, Sony kindly told me about some of the deals it was offering on the online store and so I took the opportunity to find something that I’d fancied a while. I ended up going for the Batman: Return to Arkham bundle and Skyrim: Remastered. An easy choice for the former option, I’d been wanting to replay them, but I no longer had the games on my PS3. The latter, though. What was I thinking? I’d had the original, and it pissed me off because the entire population of villagers in the first location wanted to kill me. I only stabbed a chicken. (Side note to anyone: do not stab the livestock. You’ll be in some deep shit). 

I’m pleasantly surprised, and I’m happy so say so. I negated to repeat the offence I’d committed all those years ago, and managed to actually make it to some real quests. I’m really enjoying it now, to the extent that I’m looking for the symbol to load it up as soon as I power on my console.

Maybe my tastes are changing, I no longer need the thrill of playing in a Team Deathmatch, pinging my energy weapon off a wall and taking out an enemy around the corner. Then again, it may just be the change that’s piqued my interest. Whatever it is, I’m glad.

I intend to complete and trophy whore as much of the game that I can. I mean, the DLC is included, which gives me another however many to go at already, so I have quite a way to go for the foreseeable future. Especially when you take in to consideration the sheer volume of side quests. They’re never ending! But it’s all going to play a part in my quest to be Dovahkiin.

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