If you were wanting to wait to dive into the world of Skyrim, now might be a good time to do that. Bethesda released the Legendary Edition that wraps up all the Skyrim expansions into one game. Featuring Dragonborn, Hearthfire and Dawguard this should keep you in Dragon slaying heaven.

If you buy large game tomes, Prima is also releasing the Skyrim legendary edition Game Guide. Last game guide I bought was for Fallout 3 and all its DLC and was quite large but this looks like it covers much more stuff. You know, if you were into reading game hints on actual... paper and all.

Timogorgon   Member wrote on 06/06/2013 at 09:08pm

Yes... excellent. Release this just as I get a new, more powerful PC. ;)

I plan on picking this up at some point, but I'm still working through too many other games to justify purchasing it right now. I will be watching Steam sales though.

As for the prima guide... I dunno. I stopped buying players guides when Final Fantasy IX came out and the official guide sucked. By far the WORST. GUIDE. EVER. Since then I just use gamefaqs.

jdodson   Admin   Post Author wrote on 06/06/2013 at 10:32pm

Skyrim: Yeah, now that you have a powerful PC you won't ever be out of things to play. Hell even a mid range PC can play most of the free to play games now. I bet this summer sale the price will drop a bit, but since its brand new it won't be $20... OR WILL IT?

Guides: The last guides I bought were for Twilight Princess & Fallout 3. I was kind of wanting something to read when I wasn't playing the games(before I had a smartphone). They are great guides, VERY well put together. In fact, much better than the guides we had back in the day. Then again, games were a bit simpler, I have the FFVI guide and its quite a bit smaller.

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