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IMHO: Getting the Most Out of Skyrim


Remember that classic “Skyrim” game from way back in the Fall of 2011?  It was quite a hit back in its day, and with so much to do in a massive game, it was difficult to orient the direction of the main hero.  Well, we here at GameTaffy pulled out our copies from their dust laden tombs for a replay and suggestions for our happy readers on how to get the most out of Skyrim.

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Know Where You Want to Go

Diversity will be key on a second play-through of Skyrim; it would be boring to do the same thing twice.  Get out of a comfort zone and shoot for being a thief or dark mage this time around instead of a warrior.  It is a good idea to pick a new direction and focus the hero’s attributes based on that selection.  The best way to focus a hero in Skyrim is to decide on an end result and let that guide his direction.

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IMHO: Mods – giving the tools to the user


Hmm...yes. Indeed. Modders created us...let us say hoorah! Hmm Yes Indeed. Hoorah!

A new story that came out Wednesday on PC Gamer shows some new mods that have been added to Skyrim through the Steam Workshop.  These mods range from useful and clever to funny and some are just downright weird.  There are some crabs with top hats and monocles, some very useful spells, and even a spider that looks like Spiderman! That thing was creeeepy. Read the rest of this entry

Chaseme Weekly Digital Content


Second month of the year and already tons of new games coming out and digital content to watch out for!

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Image of the Week: Fus Ro D’oh!


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Lolz.  Getting my 65 year old grandma to say “Fus Ro Dah” was almost as funny as this Simpsons/Skyrim mashup.  Skyrim has had quite the viral spell these past few months, from Fus Ro Dahs to Arrows in the knee.  If anything is popular these days, the internet is required to make fun of it.  Thanks, Homer for joining in on the fun.

More Fus Ro Dahs.

Bring It Back: Homeworld


This image embodies the beauty of Homeworld 2.

The video game industry is more successful than it has ever been, with AAA titles selling like hotcakes, and indie developers springing up wherever they can set their roots. It’s no surprise then that the number of video games produced every year has reached a staggering number. There are a few games each year that stand out among the rest. These are often considered must-have games and are generally of high quality – whether it be impressive visuals, audio, or a combination thereof. This type of game, by its very nature, is rare because there are only a handful produced every year. Read the rest of this entry

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