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Oblivion vs Skyrim: How Scale Sacrifices Intimacy

Recently, I’ve been playing a lot of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, large high fantasy open worlds, with drop-dead gorgeous scenery, tight gameplay, and a staggering amount of free will in how you as the player interact with the stories that stretch past view. 1,397 more words

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Book recommendation; The infernal city


The infernal city was written by Greg Keyes and published in 2009. It is one out of two novels Keyes has written, based upon the story of the 2006 video game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. 344 more words

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Oblivion A Game Above the Rest

A world class winner, the Elder Scrolls IV was one of those games that hits you in that time of life where nothing else can and ever will compare. 164 more words

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Going Back to Oblivion

Crouched in the dense grass, arrow notched and ready. Above me, a seemingly endless storm boils in the clouded sky and a cold rain falls. Ahead, half shrouded in mist, a single deer slowly raises its head. 943 more words

Center of the Universe: The "Chosen One" Concept

I consider myself an enthusiast of role-playing games, particularly classic, dense, story-heavy western ones. I regard Baldur’s Gate one of the most defining games of the western RPG genre, and  2,314 more words

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Geekend Update 12/11/15

Weekends are meant strictly for gaming and all things fun; at least that’s what we think. Here is where you can find out all of our crazy plans for the upcoming weekend! 373 more words

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