15 Things Hardcore Players Absolutely Hate About Skyrim

Skyrim is an amazing game but we think some things could have been better.

Posted By | On 27th, Jun. 2016 Under Feature, Slider


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Skyrim is one of those games that was very well received when it first came out, but has slowly declined in popularity over the years. Opinion on the fifth Elder Scrolls game is more divided than ever, and with Bethesda releasing a remastered version later this year, what better time than to look at some of the game’s issues?

Make no mistake: Skyrim isn’t a terrible game by any stretch. But it’s not the game hardcore Elder Scrolls players wanted, and they’re perfectly justified in their criticisms. Well, mostly anyway. Why not take a look at our list and tell us what you think?

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The Story

Okay, this is more something every can get behind. Skyrim’s story lacks the kind of depth that  the series has always been known for. It gets off to a great start, leading you to believe you have to juggle the Skyrim Civil War with the return of dragons. In reality though, the civil war is relegated to a meaningless side quest, and the dragons are actually being brought back by two dimensional, genocidal cult.

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  • jp

    I agree only to the glitches one, and also something that made ESO games very special was that you actually needed to interpret the map by what the NPC told oyu, there were no waypoints, only road signs every now and then, I really liked that from Morrowind, hence is my favorite ESO game, with the blood moon DLC etc, it was a great immersive game.

    • Elder Scrolls Online? Or TES?

      I agree whole heartedly though. Morrowind was clearly the best TES in the series, then Oblivion, then Elder Scrolls Online and Skyrim last.


 

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