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Published on October 20th, 2011 | by Nick

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>New Skyrim screenshots make it harder to wait

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With a little game named Skyrim dropping in about three weeks, some new screenshots have been dropped onto the face of the internet to build anticipation. The collection of photos shows off both the detailed combat and beautiful landscapes we are so eagerly waiting for.

I dare you not to lick your screen.

Drool = engaged

Yes, you can climb this.

Skyrim is going to be the best bear hunting simulator to date.
To see the full gallery of these glorious screenshots, head over to the full article here.

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5 Responses to >New Skyrim screenshots make it harder to wait

  1. Wheelzz says:

    >I did not play a ton of Oblivion but I must say im super excited. Should look even better on PC! lets just hope the game is better on release then some other games released lately for PC.

  2. derp says:

    >was supposed to go on a trip the day skyrim comes out

  3. sirniblet says:

    >I've heard some guys complain about the lack of anti aliasing on the console… although I must say these pics look amazing, anyway, hopefully the PC does have some extra eye candies.

  4. fuzzyotterballs says:

    >Those graphics look sick!!!! Are these screenshots from the 360 or PS3 version?

  5. Fargo says:

    >I'm going to do a playthrough as a bear hunter for sure.

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