Tag Archives: Skyrim

The Enduring Appeal Of Skyrim

As always, you may click on images to view larger versions. When I decided to return to Skyrim, I was planning to take a more critical stance on the game. My writings during my first stint with the game focused … Continue reading

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Race And Gender In The Elder Scrolls

As always, you can click on images to view larger versions. There aren’t many games that let you play as a black woman. Skyrim is one of them.

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Returning To Skyrim: Mod Time

As always, you may click on images to view larger versions. I always intended to return to Skyrim. While I spent a lot of time playing it not long after release, and wrote several posts about it here on this … Continue reading

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Country Life

Earlier I wrote about Skryim’s cities, and how I found them much more interesting than the cities in previous Elder Scrolls games. The same is true of Skyrim’s countryside, but not in the way I was expecting. In many respects, … Continue reading

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City Life

My Skyrim character has now been to seven of Skyrim’s nine cities, although two of those were more like villages. I’ve heard a lot of complaints from players about the cities, but I’ve actually quite enjoyed them so far. Cities … Continue reading

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Wishful Thinking: Bandit RPG

It’s the start of a new series! Well, maybe that’s a bit optimistic as I’ve only thought of two entries for it so far, and I might not even get around to writing the second one for a while. But … Continue reading

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The Wonderful World of Tweaks

A desire to fiddle with things is one of the main reasons I prefer to game on PC. I understand why consoles are so popular: console games tend to simply work without problems (although technical issues have become more common … Continue reading

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