(Original post by JollyJelly)
I was in GAME today (rewarding myself for having just 2 exams left, like you do. ;p ) I picked up Uncharted 3 having played the previous 2 and loved them. I saw Skyrim on the shelf and nearly bought it but didn't in the end.
I've been reading a lot about The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Now from what I've heard it's awesome and addictive, which sounds great, however, I usually only play FPS. I'm really not sure whether I like the idea of having no structure and running around wherever I want.
It sounds fun obviously, but I don't spend that much time gaming so I thought 1 of 3 things would happen if I bought Skyrim:
-I love it and become a video game addict, since there's not really an ending unlike other games I've played.
-I carry on with my usual gaming habits and therefore only rack up a few hours on it. The max hours I've had on any game is like, 25
so wouldn't it be a bit of a waste on a game like Skyrim?
-Running around with so much to do overloads the system and it bores me a bit (never play magic/WoW like games.)
I know you're probably thinking 'option 1 doesn't sound too bad' and video games are really fun, but I already do too many time consuming hobbies as it is.
So if you think a really casual gamer like me would love skyrim some reasons why it would be a good purchase would be appreciated. (: