Welcome back to Seb’s Journal of his adventures in Skyrim where I have the intention of doing ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING that the game has to offer. These articles will be of some of the best or most amusing experiences I have in the game and I will hopefully be coming out with them fairly regularly. If […]Read More Seb’s Skyrim Journal Part 9 – I’m kind of a big deal…
Seb’s favourite female Youtuber, Malukah, is back with more covers of bard songs from Skyrim! This time we’ve got a double-bill lined up for you song hungry gamers! We’ll start with Age of Oppression for any other Stormcloaks amongst you but don’t worry we’ll follow it up with Age of Aggression for any of thee […]Read More Song of the Week – Age of Skyrim
Now why you’d want to mix anything as awesome as Skyrim with something as ridiculous as a relationship is beyond me but for those of you who want to try then you’re in luck! In fact you can use this as a testing ground for any budding relationships this Singles Awareness Day! All you do […]Read More Singles Awareness Day comes to Skyrim
This review is quite simply born of necessity. Both me and Tim have played Skyrim and it won our 2011 Game of the Year Award. Really though it’s hard to write something about the game that hasn’t been said already. Because it’s just so damned easy to rave and drool over Skyrim. Hell, if you need […]Read More Skyrim Review
I’m going to be honest, until now I have had problems and concerns about the Thu’um, or Dragon Shouts in Skyrim. I mean, I was level 15 and I had two shouts. I had “WULD!”, the first word (of three that are in each shout) of Whirlwind Spirit, and that made me run fast… In […]Read More Seb’s Skyrim Journal, Part 5 – The Thu’um!
The weekend saw me having several firsts in Skyrim. Some of them good and some of them bad. All I can really say though is that regardless of whether it was a good or bad first the overall experience of Skyrim has yet to pale and I think has shot to taking the pride of […]Read More Seb’s Skyrim Journal, Part 4 – A Day of Firsts
I glance down frozen steps to where Lydia is following me painfully slowly. The ascent up the 7,000 steps has been long and treacherous. Further down while at it’s base, in Ivarstead, the path and the mountain had looked beautiful. Who knew where the perfect, white snow stopped and the billowing clouds began.Read More Seb’s Skyrim Journal, Part 3 – By the Throat of the World
You should’ve acted… They’re already here… The Elder Scrolls told of their return. Their defeat was merely a delay. For the time after Oblivion opened then the sons of Skyrim would spill their own blood. But no one wanted to believe. Believe they even existed. And when the truth finally dawned… it dawns in fire! […]Read More A Billion Voices cry out in Joy…