The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a very interesting game, because you choose your path. Skyrim is a RPG, (Role Playing Game) which means, anything you do takes an effect on the world. With its interesting landscapes to the fun and creative characters, Skyrim can always find its way into the hearts of any player.
In Skyrim the boundaries are endless. At the beginning you can choose from 10 different races, you can choose from Elves, To beast (Cat or Lizard people), and human. Then you choose how the skills will be set between Warrior, Mage, or Thief. Unlike in Fallout (nuclear apocalypse) where you can only choose from normal human races, and have normal stats in medicine or soldiers.
Skyrim lets the player have the ability to join guilds, do quest for other people, or Daedric quest (noncreator of the world). Also to make things more interesting you can choose to become a Vampire or Werewolf. Unlike other games Skyrim lets you choose who you want you to be and puts you in the shoes and experience Skyrim.
The Landscape was hand drawn for the entire game, and in my time playing, 5 years now. I have never seen any repeated textures throughout cave and towns (within reason, I understand there are repeated textures, landscape is different throughout the game). The voices for the characters are spot on even if some characters have the same voice.
Now Skyrim is a big game, but the developer didn’t think there was enough content. So they decided to add three DLC’s, DawnGuard (Vampire Hunters), Hearth Fire (Build and live in your own home), and DragonBorn (stopping the First DragonBorn)
In Skyrim you play as the last DragonBorn which means you have the ability to absorb the souls of dragons and use then as power to form shouts of power. In the main questline you must stop Alduin, The World Eater from destroying the very souls of the people of Skyrim.
Skyrim has always been my favorite game since 2011, and it will always be one of the greatest games of all time. (in my opinion), anyone who enjoys adventure will love Skyrim for the endless story’s and gameplay. So if you ever want to play a game and have an Xbox 360, Ps3, or a computer that can run games, try Skyrim. Trust me, you won’t regret it.