Skyrim Xbox one Preowned copy for £14.99 - GAME
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Skyrim Xbox one Preowned copy for £14.99 - GAME

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Found 26th Jul 2017
Preowned copy for £15 not to bad for people looking for a copy

cheapest i can find anywhere
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Note for people who may not know but all of the dlc is on the disk so you will not miss out on any content due to the game being pre owned
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Original Poster
Note for people who may not know but all of the dlc is on the disk so you will not miss out on any content due to the game being pre owned
Ooh, played it to death on 360 but may rebuy for the mods. Thanks for posting
£17.99 in store in case anyone was wondering
still never got round to playing this, waiting on the Switch version now.
Great price heat added and tempted, but i know it will sit on the backlog.......
Most overrated game of all time. Got the special edition on PS4 for a tenner, I hate it.
BluesFanUK

Most overrated game of all time.



I'm assuming you missed GTAV, then.
Sam_Crow

I'm assuming you missed GTAV, then.


That was alot better than Skyim IMO.

Skyrim is too confusing for players who have never played an Elder Scrolls game. Lots of things to do in it, but the exploration to me just feels hollow. Combat is awful, voice actors are annoying, glitches/bugs galore, and the whole weight system is beyond irritating, y'know, because having a restriction on what you can carry is so realistic in a game with dragons and vampires....
BluesFanUK

That was alot better than Skyim IMO.Skyrim is too confusing for players … That was alot better than Skyim IMO.Skyrim is too confusing for players who have never played an Elder Scrolls game. Lots of things to do in it, but the exploration to me just feels hollow. Combat is awful, voice actors are annoying, glitches/bugs galore, and the whole weight system is beyond irritating, y'know, because having a restriction on what you can carry is so realistic in a game with dragons and vampires....



If you find Skyrim confusing I hate to say it but you might just be a little slow.
BluesFanUK

That was alot better than Skyim IMO.Skyrim is too confusing for players … That was alot better than Skyim IMO.Skyrim is too confusing for players who have never played an Elder Scrolls game. Lots of things to do in it, but the exploration to me just feels hollow. Combat is awful, voice actors are annoying, glitches/bugs galore, and the whole weight system is beyond irritating, y'know, because having a restriction on what you can carry is so realistic in a game with dragons and vampires....


It's still pretty unrealistic that you can still carry seven suits of armour and ten battle axes, and still have room to spare for hundreds of herbs. Games just need mechanics like that, as it stops you taking the mick.

And saying a game can be confusing to people who haven't played a game is, er, well... I mean, what do you want, a uniform approach per genre? Fallout, Far Cry and the like all have similar hallmarks.

Agree to disagree on the rest.
TGPMatt

It's still pretty unrealistic that you can still carry seven suits of … It's still pretty unrealistic that you can still carry seven suits of armour and ten battle axes, and still have room to spare for hundreds of herbs. Games just need mechanics like that, as it stops you taking the mick.And saying a game can be confusing to people who haven't played a game is, er, well... I mean, what do you want, a uniform approach per genre? Fallout, Far Cry and the like all have similar hallmarks.Agree to disagree on the rest.



You talk about a fantasy game that has dragons, elfs, magic ect

And you think it is unrealistic to carry a lot of stuff............

Mmmmmmmmm lmao
cooper182

You talk about a fantasy game that has dragons, elfs, magic ect And you … You talk about a fantasy game that has dragons, elfs, magic ect And you think it is unrealistic to carry a lot of stuff............Mmmmmmmmm lmao



Its not about unrealistic... its about making the game a challenge so you have to make choices that will haunt you later... if you could carry everything you find they might aswell give you it all to start with...

Resident evil made you chose what to take... it made it brilliant... do you take herbs, or bullets for two different types of gun...

take that away and you might as well remove the health bar... save points.... boss battles...

in a game world that has dragons and zombies... why would that equate to a man being able to have 100s of items in a satchel? is it made by the same company that brought us the tardis...

next youll be saying its realistic to have a Dr as a woman...

bonkers...
Joshimitsu91

If you find Skyrim confusing I hate to say it but you might just be a … If you find Skyrim confusing I hate to say it but you might just be a little slow.


Not at all, it IS confusing. I don't mind RPG games, loved Mass Effect, but Skyrim can be very confusing first time you play it. You absolutely must invest the time and patience to get a grip with it, otherwise it just overwhelms you.
BluesFanUK

Not at all, it IS confusing. I don't mind RPG games, loved Mass Effect, … Not at all, it IS confusing. I don't mind RPG games, loved Mass Effect, but Skyrim can be very confusing first time you play it. You absolutely must invest the time and patience to get a grip with it, otherwise it just overwhelms you.



Skyrim is about as simple as an RPG can get. You can literally equip a weapon and button mash enemies to death. Quests you are for the most part guided through with map markers. If Skyrim is confusing to you then I don't think you are cut out for RPGs X)
Joshimitsu91

Skyrim is about as simple as an RPG can get. You can literally equip a … Skyrim is about as simple as an RPG can get. You can literally equip a weapon and button mash enemies to death. Quests you are for the most part guided through with map markers. If Skyrim is confusing to you then I don't think you are cut out for RPGs X)


Yeah, agreed. The only game that's confused me a little recently was The Witcher 3, just learning the mechanics, potions, etc. Skyrim is an FPS with a levelling tree, like Fallout 3/4.
Joshimitsu91

Skyrim is about as simple as an RPG can get. You can literally equip a … Skyrim is about as simple as an RPG can get. You can literally equip a weapon and button mash enemies to death. Quests you are for the most part guided through with map markers. If Skyrim is confusing to you then I don't think you are cut out for RPGs X)


Yeh I get that... but equipping magic/powers, creating potions which appear to be random to me, is there a recipe list i'm supposed to pick up? Staffs seem to use magic but unlike my magic bar it doesn't regenerate... is it even using magic? Upgrading weapons or armour means using different equipment (workbench, grindstone etc), which in turn means having the necessary items to do the upgrades. I'm not an idiot, but to me as a first time player of Elder Scrolls it was confusing, or perhaps just extremely overwhelming. No other game i've ever played in my 20+ years as a gamer has done that to me. The glitches didn't help, the one i'm currently doing is in a church in Whiterun to find some amulet, I can see the arrow/marker, but there's no amulet to pick up, no matter how many times I reload. It's almost questioning whether i'm even in the right place despite the arrow pointing right on the table!
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