The Evil Within / The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition £4.31 Each (Using Code) @ Greenman Gaming (Includes Free Mystery Game) PLUS 43p Quidco
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The Evil Within / The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition £4.31 Each (Using Code) @ Greenman Gaming (Includes Free Mystery Game) PLUS 43p Quidco

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Found 23rd Nov 2016Made hot 25th Nov 2016
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While investigating the scene of a gruesome mass murder, Detective Sebastian Castellanos and his partners encounter a mysterious and powerful force. After seeing the slaughter of fellow officers, Sebastian is ambushed and knocked unconscious. When he awakens, he finds himself in a deranged world where hideous creatures wander among the dead.

Facing unimaginable terror, and fighting for survival, Sebastian embarks on a frightening journey to unravel what’s behind this evil force.

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim® Legendary Edition

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Winner of more than 200 Game of the Year awards, experience the complete Skyrim collection with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim® Legendary Edition. The Legendary Edition includes the original critically-acclaimed game, official add-ons – Dawnguard™, Hearthfire™, and Dragonborn™ – and added features like combat cameras, mounted combat, Legendary difficulty mode for hardcore players, and Legendary skills – enabling you to master every perk and level up your skills infinitely.

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13 Comments

christ even vanilla skyrim with all the dlc at that price is amazing let alone some of the phenomenal mods

is it worth going for legendary edition, as I've already got the base game. It is cheaper to do it this way than buying the DLC via steam. Are the additional features worth it? I've recently reinstalled it to pick it back up after wandering around shooting animals / horses so it maybe worthwhile now?

I see they do special edition with more textures and whot not... just to add to my confusion (over spending less than a fiver!)
Edited by: "deeplink" 23rd Nov 2016

Editor

I have a few hundred mystery games! It's my Steam library... No idea what's in there, been a long time since I've seen it

FYI: Skyrim Legendary Edition no longer updates to Special Edition (2016 remastered version)
Edited by: "iLikeDiscount" 23rd Nov 2016

voted hot. just the DLC alone is worth this. Shame about it not being upgraded to the remastered version. do you know why that is?

"The Evil Within" is definitely a fun, challenging game, that's if you don't mind grotesque enviroments and horrifying enemies.

Deano120

voted hot. just the DLC alone is worth this. Shame about it not being … voted hot. just the DLC alone is worth this. Shame about it not being upgraded to the remastered version. do you know why that is?

The remastered edition was issued as a timed freebie as a thank-you to those that had already purchased the game.

Quietus

The remastered edition was issued as a timed freebie as a thank-you to … The remastered edition was issued as a timed freebie as a thank-you to those that had already purchased the game.



That's right, think the offer was on until October 28th

Quietus

The remastered edition was issued as a timed freebie as a thank-you to … The remastered edition was issued as a timed freebie as a thank-you to those that had already purchased the game.


But isn't the only difference the high resolution graphics? If so can't you mod that for free?

I bought this from cdkeys a couple of hours ago for more. I suppose no chance of a refund from them?
Edited by: "Destard" 24th Nov 2016

Destard

But isn't the only difference the high resolution graphics? If so can't … But isn't the only difference the high resolution graphics? If so can't you mod that for free?

That, and a number of bug fixes and stuff, but yes, if you're happy to tinker with mods, you'll get a much better game out of the original than the remaster.:D

Quietus

That, and a number of bug fixes and stuff, but yes, if you're happy to … That, and a number of bug fixes and stuff, but yes, if you're happy to tinker with mods, you'll get a much better game out of the original than the remaster.:D



For now, yes.
But the remaster (Skyrim Special Edition) is an updated 64-bit engine (more or less the Fallout4 engine), so eventually if the mod community ports things over the remaster will be better. Lots of mods with the old engine can run into resource limits and the new 64-bit engine should help those.
Of course, this depends on whether SKSE can be ported over as without that far too many mods don't work.
As it is currently, Skyrim Special Edition doesn't even have a decent UI mod as Bethesda liked their old bad one so much

Gkains

For now, yes. But the remaster (Skyrim Special Edition) is an updated … For now, yes. But the remaster (Skyrim Special Edition) is an updated 64-bit engine (more or less the Fallout4 engine), so eventually if the mod community ports things over the remaster will be better. Lots of mods with the old engine can run into resource limits and the new 64-bit engine should help those.Of course, this depends on whether SKSE can be ported over as without that far too many mods don't work. As it is currently, Skyrim Special Edition doesn't even have a decent UI mod as Bethesda liked their old bad one so much

Indeed. I know that SKSE is going to be a while, and the mods after that, but I suspect this offer'll be finished by then.:D
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