There's a brand-new, extended trailer for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim out, and, well, see for yourself.
The world portayed there looks so rich, so fully realized, it makes you want to visit and explore, doesn't it? Here's hoping the suspension of disbelief isn't entirely ripped in two by a cheesy dialog system or a mini-game where you try to influence non-player characters with your dexterity. Not that anyone's ever made that mistake!
Skyrim is set for release on 11/11/11, not far from the rumored release date for Guild Wars 2. Fantasy geek overload, here we come.
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