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Battlefield: Skyrim, The Best Game Never Made

Posted on Friday, July 13 @ 20:29:54 Eastern by Jonathan_Leack

Imagine you're in an M1 Abrams with your buddy. You have an assault rifle and a defribillator while your squadmate has an RPG and extra ammo. You're rolling along looking for some enemies to kill and level up when out of nowhere you hear the loud roar of a dozen dragons in the distance. Within a minute the skies are overwhelmed with F/A 18 Super Hornets and dragons the size of adult elephants.

This would be a perfectly common occurance in the world of Battlefield: Skyrim, a game that will never exist since both series are owned by completely different entities. But hey, I can dream, right?

When I saw the above image I couldn't help but think to myself how awesome it would be to unload a couple magazines of 7.62 x 51mm NATO rounds at the dragons instead of firing poorly timed arrows and fireballs for half an hour. I guess that's why dragons didn't make it past the medieval period. 

Thanks to Reddit for the image.
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