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OILD: Skyrim

Yep, it’s day 9 of Obligatory Ice Level Day! This is a goofy, fake holiday meant to build hype for The Speed Gamers’ Zelda marathon, which starts December 12th! We’re raising money for Mercy Corps, so I hope you all help us out by promoting and donating! Sometimes in these things, you got to go big. As in huge. Huge stories, huge worlds, and huge drraaaagooonnnnnsss. That’s why today’s ice level is an entire game’s world! It’s Skyrim, from well… The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim!

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The Journal of a Khajiit in Skyrim

At this time since Friday night when I picked up the game, I have put about maybe 28 hours into The Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim. After putting that much time into the game I decided it might be neat to write a journal from the point of view of my character. I made a Khajiit named C’ain and I set out to do just that. In about 30 minutes of gameplay I was left with a grand adventure to tell. It’s not exactly an article, but I thought it would be an interesting way to write about the game.

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IGeNerator: Is Imagine Babyz Skyrim for Adults?

This article is based off a generated topic from IGeNerator, an IGN headline creator.

Some of you may think that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is going to be one of the biggest titles released this year. I’m here to tell you that you’re wrong. Why? It’s for babies. Watch some gameplay. See all magic and stuff? Baby material. If you want a real mature and adult game this holiday season, look no further than the 2007 classic Imagine: Babyz for the Nintendo DS. Not only is it the most adult title ever released on DS, it’s more adult than anything found in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. After the jump, I’ve listed five hardcore facts about Imagine: Babyz and its adult nature compared to Skyrim.

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