Review The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (Switch)
The dream that, to be fair, probably only a handful of complete weirdos ever truly had, is nevertheless now a reality: with its much-heralded release on Switch, in a DLC-complete edition, it’s now possible to play Skyrim on the toilet. Or, more likely, in bed, or on a train or plane. Or even in the toilet of a train or plane. And so...
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About The Game
Epic Fantasy Reborn
Winner of 200+ Game of the Year Awards, Skyrim® arrives on the Nintendo Switch™ console. The open-world adventure from Bethesda Game Studios® where you can virtually be anyone and do anything, now allows you to go anywhere—at home and on the go. New features include motion controls, gear based on the Legend of Zelda™ series, and amiibo™ compatibility.
Dragons, long lost to the passages of the Elder Scrolls, have returned and the future of Skyrim hangs in the balance. As Dragonborn, the prophesized hero born with the power of The Voice, you are the only one who can stand against them.
Live another life, in another world—from battling ancient dragons, exploring rugged mountains, building a home, or mastering hundreds of weapons, spells and abilities. For the first time ever, go into battle Legend of Zelda style: fight with the Master Sword, guard with the Hylian Shield, while wearing the Champion's Tunic. The game also includes official add-ons—Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn.
- The legendary open-world masterpiece from Bethesda Game Studios comes to the Nintendo SwitchTM system
- Includes all content from official add-ons: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn
- Uncover the mystery behind the return of the dragons in a massive open world to explore any way you choose
- Live another life, in another world and create your own custom character, and do virtually whatever you want.
- Choose from hundreds of weapons, spells, and abilities. The character system allows you to play almost any way you want and define yourself through your actions
- Your decisions matter in a world that changes dynamically based on your choices
- Use motion controls to battle with melee weapons, aim your bow, or pick locks, exclusively on Nintendo Switch
Can't wait for this. Hopefully the Switch gets amazing third-party support.
Finally a portable Elder Scrolls game!
I've been wanting Skyrim on a Nintendo console for ages! Taking it on the go sounds perfect!
I'm so excited! And I hope this will lead to a remake of Oblivion on Switch too. Having Skyrim is already a great thing, but having an Oblivion remake would turn Switch into a real paradise!
Still cannot believe how expensive it is to get Skyrim. $79.99 Cdn dollars that's more than the PS4 version!
What amiibo work with the Switch version of this game? Its cool if its only a few I just wanna know.
I've played this game to death on my laptop, before it died 😭 Anyway, this game is awesome, and from what I've read, the switch version is shaping up amazingly. If u haven't played this game yet, I couldn't recommend it enough. If Nintendo adds mod support, as in real mod support, not like what Sony did, I'll b picking this up day one regardless of how much I've already played it. Taking this game on the go would b awesome, especially with mod support.
This will be amazing to have on the go. I too would love to see some Amii's for this title. I'm especially excited to see it's coming out sooner than I expected! Wohoo!
I hear that there’s no mod support. At all. 😭. I was hopeful with all I’ve heard about Nintendo being open to cross play with Xbox , but they aren’t even open to the bs that Sony allowed on their system. Boo. Poor choice. I would have loved to take a fully modded version of one of my favourite games of all time with me on the go. Looks like I’m sticking with my Xbox.
This system has the potential to really make serious ripples in the gaming world, yet choices like this... 🤢
How on earth is this edition £50 where the same ones on Xbox and PS4 are £30 tops? If it was £30 as well I'd be all-in, but that extra £20 seems like a rip-off
@HistoricDuel most of the link amiibos give you his gear and pretty much every other amiibo will give you some items
£50 don’t think so!! £29.99 then yes
Archery in nintendo switch sucks, suggest that they allow screen sliding for small camera movement when aiming rather than having to swing the whole unit itself.
has all the same quirks and glitches on it as it did many years ago. Still a great game and must have for RPG fans <3
Why haven't Morrowind and Oblivion been ported to Switch?
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