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Skyrim "Behind the Scenes" Trailer Unleashed

Posted on Tuesday, November 1 @ 12:54:52 Eastern by
This morning, Bethesda has revealed a new video featuring legendary designer Elder Scrolls lead designer Todd Howard partially narrating a preview for the "Behind the Wall: The Making of Skyrim", the behind-the-scenes look only available in the $199.99 Collector's Edition. And let's just say, the box that the Collector's Edition comes in is large enough to kill a small child.



Of all the awesome features that the video reveals about the game, the fact that Skyrim has "over 315 spaces" representing all the towns, dungeons, and exterior play spaces is the most awe-inspiring. I've been playing the title for about 20 hours now and I still feel I've just scratched the surface. The main story missions task you with walking from one side of the map to the other, so you'll get to visit many locations along the way, but when I say "many", I mean "hardly most".

Actually, I should probably stop now or I'll spoil way too much (and then be forced to face the combined fiery breath from Daniel and Anthony and all of you).
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