Skyrim review difficulty when game endless
Whenever a game is about to or comes to the market reviewers cannot wait to get their hands on it – well most of them. Take games like Gear of Wars, Call of Duty, Battlefield or Batman, they all have reviews that follow a strict guideline; this is really nothing new. However, we already know this, but a recent review of a new game has had issues with following that same format, and that is because it’s Skyrim.
We, as well as other gaming websites have all said how big of a game Skyrim is, but it has taken Blast Magazine to confess the difficulty of a review when the game is endless. However, they did have a go, and it led to it being the best video game experiences ever, one that might only be topped 6 years down the line when The Elder Scrolls VI is released.
We have already told you how Skyrim sets you free but ties you down, as you really need to try the game for yourself to see what all the fuss is about. There are no rules in this world; you set off on your own missions. You get tasks along the way, but it’s up to you to take them. However, you can do many other things on your journey, which is so different when compared to GTA.
The character creation tool can take you in as well, so try not to spend too much time there, although you want to get all the details right. What we like about this review is how it’s different from the norm, never before have you been asked to just go out and explore. The game has only been out since Friday and as of yesterday Blast Magazine has racked up 60 hours already. Can you say that you could do that same amount of game time with Battlefield 3 or Modern Warfare 3, and we are only talking about the offline solo campaign – we thought not?