Skyrim is a adventure based RPG with added activities like forging, alchemy and item enchanting.
Description Type: RPG
Platform: PS3, Xbox 360, PC
Game Time: 300 plus hours
Developer or Designer: Bethesda Game Studios
Publisher: Bethesda Softworks
Forging, Alchemy, Enchanting.
Dual Wielding Weapons
Awesome Dragon Battles
Really good art design
Annoying NPCs who talk too much
Some bugs and glitches
Review When I first played this game I was impressed by the detail in the game world and the sheer size of it blew my mind. I really enjoyed the levelling up and perks system which gives you endless possibilities for your character's skills. Even if you don't enjoy combat games that much, you would still enjoy this one because of the freedom that it allows you.
Third Person View
Skyrim incorporates multiple activities other than combat. You can forge your own weapons and armour, and by using your upgrade perks on smithing, you can gradually forge better types.
You are also able to enchant items, which requires you to have learnt the specific enchantment and to have a filled soul gem in your inventory. Creating potions can be done at alchemy table using different ingredients that you can buy or find throughout Skyrim.
Unlike other combat games, Skyrim has a dual wielding option.
This lets you equip each hand separately with a single-handed weapon, shield, magic or a dual combination of these. You can also equip two-handed weapons which have higher damage but are are very slow to use.