Skyrim immersion helps gamer that lost sister to cancer
Gamers have become tired of hearing the bad publicity surrounding video games and shootings, which some people think violent games are causing children to grow up into killers. This is a highly controversial topic and one that the majority of gamers think is crazy, although we will leave this debate for the politicians.
Some positive news focused on the good that video games do – there is a lot of good to be said about playing games and we personally love the release it gives you, which is really important if you’ve had a stressful day or need to get away from the real world for a few hours.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the most immersive games we have played and having put well over 600 hours into this game, we know first hand the benefits that were gained form entering the world of Skyrim for a few hours each day. It took us to a world we can do whatever we wanted in the knowledge that it’s “only a game“.
Skyrim immersive helps gamer that lost sister to cancer – today we noticed one of the most positive tweets we’ve seen in a while about video games. This short message had been found on Pete Hines Twitter account and can be seen below.
The tweet says it all really and we just wanted to highlight some positive news surrounding video games, which is nice to read considering the stories that have made their way online over the last few weeks.
It is also worth noting that the wait is almost over for those of our readers waiting for Skyrim Dawnguard on the PS3, and the other 3 Skyrim DLC including Dragonborn. Hines published a tweet within the last 24 hours that explained the PS3 update 1.8 and the downloadable content will arrive really soon, which is thanks to Sony about to approve the content for their console.