Zero Punctuation: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

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Vorosh:
I never knew that you posted the forum thread before the video. Interesting fact to know.

its like that for everything on the site

woop! he liked it.

Until my future childres suffer masturbation guilt? Bwahahaha!

Actually watched it. And im still confused whether he liked it or not. Strangely being the magically space god I am, I havent had a single glitch or bug in the game just like Fallout3 and New vegas before the uber patchs, so I find it strange when people comment on that.

But..he was gentle to it and said he was immersed so Im not sure whether he was just forgiving the gltiches and tolerating it or genuinely liking it.

Woohoo! The first trailer shout!
Ehm... Ulfric Stormcloack can also use the thu'um...
Block isn't your ONLY friend. Dual wielding for maximum damage also works well if you put it to death before he chews on your bottom. I'm surprised he didn't use any magic of archery... maybe it has something to do with that Morrowind trauma he had experienced in the past...

I think he actually liked it.

I love in the end credits he knows that there will be nude mods and child murder mods. The second one having been already made. The mod community can be nice, but also stupidly predictable at times.

Just like in the game, he ended-up shouting nonsense.

Jennacide:
I love in the end credits he knows that there will be nude mods and child murder mods. The second one having been already made. The mod community can be nice, but also stupidly predictable at times.

Not so much predictable as dependable IMHO

Zachary Amaranth:
And once again, Yahtzee ignores the multiplayer content. Why didn't you comment on it, Yahtzee? Why?

(please don't kill me)

No perhaps not, I've thought of a better use for you

And once again, Yahtzee ignores the multiplayer content. Why didn't you comment on it, Yahtzee? Why?

(please don't kill me)

*takes note* Get. Horse.

"I'll never forget you hoveing ground lady.." New favorite quote.
Though I must say, I have been playing for quite a while, and I haven't really run into ANY glitches. By "quite a while I mean like 25 hours... Maybe it gets more apparent when you've played for 300 hours.

Another thread about Skyrim? Just what we needed.

Anyhoo, I thought this one was funnier that the last few of Yahtzee's reviews. Summer brings on better jokes?

...

Oh, and obligatory "13th post!!!!!111"

Zachary Amaranth:
And once again, Yahtzee ignores the multiplayer content. Why didn't you comment on it, Yahtzee? Why?

(please don't kill me)

For the love of anything, I really hope that you're kidding.

Why do I find myself caring that he liked the game, I mean I love the game so why do I care that he liked it as well? Damn you low self assurance constantly needing to be validated.

Werewolves for the win! I got so many bugs playing as one, I almost made a list for giggles.

Still, I really like this game.

I'm impressed Yahtzee managed to not succumb to the temptation of stealing everything not nailed down. I know I can't resist it, at least early on when I need all the help I can get, free or otherwise.

I laughed so hard when he made Ulfric Luke Skywalker XD

Doom-Slayer:
Actually watched it. And im still confused whether he liked it or not. Strangely being the magically space god I am, I havent had a single glitch or bug in the game just like Fallout3 and New vegas before the uber patchs, so I find it strange when people comment on that.

But..he was gentle to it and said he was immersed so Im not sure whether he was just forgiving the gltiches and tolerating it or genuinely liking it.

Good to hear i'm not the only one who never found any bugs in any of these games so I think people are mad when they talk about buggy Bethesda games

I'm not an Elder Scrolls fan, but I'm glad it's getting a massive amount of popularity. It just goes to show you that a game doesn't need a multiplayer to survive in the industry.

Huh, if it's that good I might actually buy it in the sales now... honestly wasn't expecting that, but if the dead-eye stare has gone and the combat is willing to meet me halfway on the intuitive level then we have a deal.

Wait ... Yahtzee actually did a critique on a classy Western RPG within weeks of its release? ... He actually did a critique on a TES game within weeks of its release?! ...

I went with the Imperial, mostly because in the bedlam of a dragon attack I saw some dude and followed him. Joined the Legion later because I actually preferred them.

Godzilla? Did you play the Japanese version Yahtzee?

I'm quite surprised he like it.

The "perhaps it's because the NPC's don't look like they're trying to murder you with their gaze" line made me laugh.

I had the same issues with potions, apart from the restore health potions, all the others were untouched.

<3

I agree, it hurts my feelings that Ulfric won't pal around with you.

I never really saw much use for a horse when you can fast travel, unless one could use it as a packing mule...

And when I'm actually out exploring I rather keep a low profile instead of having a big stomping Clydesdale give away my position. Plus, the view on horseback feels a bit too distant.

That's a shame. I was really hoping Bethesda would fix their trading system in game. I remember in Fallout 3 I had all of the caps in the whole world, and all the best stuff, and everyone else was poor as shit. I wound up just travelling the land, throwing caps at the peasants and "merchants" that crossed my path. It's no fun being the 1%.

Ickabod:

For the love of anything, I really hope that you're kidding.

I would hope the parenthetical part eliminated thoughts to the contrary.

FEichinger:
Wait ... Yahtzee actually did a critique on a classy Western RPG within weeks of its release? ... He actually did a critique on a TES game within weeks of its release?! ...

Bethesda stole his hat and are holding it for ransom.

Spot1990:
I went with the Imperial, mostly because in the bedlam of a dragon attack I saw some dude and followed him. Joined the Legion later because I actually preferred them.

The same here... I mean, there's a FREAKING DRAGON outside! I will follow the first dude who says "Follow me" :P

Stupid like that... :(

Skyrim should have been bigger, IMO. I guess Blackreach and all the underground areas make up for it, but the sprawling landscape just doesn't sprawl enough for me.

Also, same glitch happened to me. Mid-conversation, Paarthurnax launched into the the air as high as the skybox would allow, and then slowly descended back down into the ground. Made for a very annoying conversation.

Wow, that was a ringing endorsement from Yahtzee! Somebody call Satan and tell him to look at his thermostat.

I can't believe Skyrim. I really don't know what to think. I got home from work yesterday and sat down to play a little bit of Skyrim before dinner, and I looked up and I should've gone to bed two hours ago.

It was profoundly disturbing to lose that much time with absolutely no perception of it passing whatsoever.

I'm glad Yahtzee liked it.

hated the start because you runined in i was ceeping it a surprise for myswlf :(
however thought the end of the video was funny :)

I laughed out loud at the ground lady comment.

My Shadowmere has killed so many things for me, up to and including two dragons. I love him.

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