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User avatar #248 - connorjay (01/04/2013) [-]
Guys, I'm a little bored of Skyrim and tempted to sell it.

I've finished the main story, got a loan of lvl100 stats and now just cba clearing every dungeon because that will be seriously dull.

Anything else I should do, or should I just sell it?
User avatar #282 to #248 - bitchplzzz (01/04/2013) [-]
SHiiiiit I have the game since a week after its release Im still on my first character and I still have tons of side quests to do.
User avatar #292 to #282 - connorjay (01/04/2013) [-]
I am just finding it repetitive. Might just go around stealing everything for a while.
#267 to #248 - anon (01/04/2013) [-]
Dawns Guard was on sale, Elswere is a free Expansion Mod available on Steam Workshop or on Skyrim nexus, also there's a big project on the way called Skywind and skyblivion which merges the content of Morrowind and Oblivion with the skyrim engine. Not to metion the other tons of mods you can try.
#265 to #248 - anon (01/04/2013) [-]
Just take a break! Play some other games, and when you're interested again, roll a new char. I can't fathom why the only options should be: own it=play it all the time, don't play it=sell it
#263 to #248 - thepenname (01/04/2013) [-]
It's kind of ******** you're getting thumbed down so much. There's tons of games released each year, I'd think it stranger to stick to one in all that time. This holiday season between me and my little stepbrother we've bought WWE '13, Hitman: Absolution, Dishonored, Assassin's Creed III, Halo 4, Call of Duty: Blops 2 (his), Dark Souls (not a new release, but I didn't get to finish it last fall), Borderlands 2, KotOR I, KotOR 2 (again, not new but I wanted them for PC after only having them on Xbox), a ToR subscription, and Far Cry 3. With all those games, playing more Skyrim is kind of way down on my list of priorities, even with Dragonborn now out.

However, if you don't have the wealth of titles as I have (sorry if it sounds like bragging, this is easily the MOST GAMES I'VE EVER RECEIVED during the holiday season thanks to some fortunate circumstances and it's probably not a year that will be repeated anytime soon), you could get the DLC if you haven't already or role-play as one of the other guys suggested. I personally wouldn't sell it, I like to maintain some sort of "collection." Besides, game stores have ******* AWFUUUUUUL trade-in value. I went to GameStop today and some guy traded in five 360 games for $4 total, which will probably be put back on the shelf for at least $10 each. ******* game stores. Skyrim wouldn't be that bad since it's a newer and more popular release, but you still wouldn't get a good deal unless you sold it to a friend instead.

However, if you're just dying for a new title I'm sure you could scrounge up $20 for an old release at WalMart or anywhere from $5-$20 for an old and used game at GameStop. I just bought a second copy of Dark Souls for $19, which is a steal considering how much ******* playtime one can get out of it.
User avatar #268 to #263 - connorjay (01/04/2013) [-]
Thumbed down? I'm on 0...

I'm poor as **** . I've got Skyrim, Fallout, Fifa and Battlefield, and for some reason I found CoD.

I only play my xbox now and again, and my parents don't buy me games because, well, I'm 20, they buy me things like clothes or help with my food shopping in University.
When I buy / sell games, I head the ebay route.
Sold my old CoD for the same price I bought it for, which was alright, got Skyrim for only £20 when it was about £35 in store.
I can afford maybe one or two new games, but I'm not the type of person to keep games too long. I used to complete a game, rinse it of all fun and then bail on it and sell it.

I'll decide what to do when I get my student finance in a few days I guess.
#288 to #268 - thepenname (01/04/2013) [-]
You were -4 earlier.
User avatar #261 to #248 - acidjunk (01/04/2013) [-]
User avatar #260 to #248 - martmart (01/04/2013) [-]
Bitch join the Dark Brotherhood!!!
User avatar #258 to #248 - AnonsForSure (01/04/2013) [-]
***** , I am currently leveling my fourth character.
User avatar #256 to #248 - jordanish (01/04/2013) [-]
Role play. I don;t mean immersion role playing, I mean basing your character on another such as:
Iron Man (Destruction, Restoration, Alteration, Heavy Armor and Smithing)
Link (Light Armor, Block, Archery, One Handed, Speech (for the lulz))
Batman (Speech, Heavy Armor, Smithing, Enchanting, Alchemy)
I could go on...
User avatar #269 to #256 - connorjay (01/04/2013) [-]
I like this idea. Hence the favouriting your comment.
User avatar #277 to #269 - jordanish (01/04/2013) [-]
Also Dawngaurd also you to role play as Van Helsing (archery (specifically crossbows), one hand, light armor, alchemy, sneak) or Alucard (Vampire lord perks, destruction, restoration, alteration, illusion, conjuration)
Dragonborn allows you to play as a Fairy Tail Dragon Slayer (destruction, alteration, speech, and every god damn dragon shout you like and an enchantment to absorb an element of your choice)
User avatar #255 to #248 - threadcreator (01/04/2013) [-]
Keep it.
User avatar #254 to #248 - yutakenusername (01/04/2013) [-]
Selling Skyrim? What the **** are you thinking?
User avatar #253 to #248 - meandmyburger (01/04/2013) [-]
.... make a new character?
User avatar #271 to #253 - connorjay (01/04/2013) [-]
but it's annoying to do the whole repetitive part of walking for hours to find nothing, remembering there is nothing there and rage quitting...

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