Our website claims no ownership, representation or development of the gmaes reviewed on its pages. Users can download the game from the links of Official Website and legal sources.

Our website claims no ownership, representation or development of the gmaes reviewed on its pages. Users can download the game from the links of Official Website and legal sources.

Our website claims no ownership, representation or development of the gmaes reviewed on its pages. Users can download the game from the links of Official Website and legal sources.

Review: Skyrim

Our Authors

Providing high-quality game reviews is our main goal. 15 hours of gaming (or more), familiarity with all the video gaming trends and ability to make catchy texts are required from our staff writers.

View all reviews

Professional Review

Professional Review

Joseph Thomas
36 reviews on AllXboxGames

This highly anticipated fifth installment of Bethesda Studio’s high-flying series brings the story of Dragonborn on his quest through Skyrim. Packed with beautiful graphics, a stunning landscape, and epic sounds, Skyrim is sure to make all your weekend fantasies come alive.

Graphics — 4.5/5

Though the CGI on Skyrim isn’t entirely HD when zoomed from up close, the beautiful landscape and an epic soundtrack completely capture the imagination. The developers did a great job of cranking up on the titan that was Oblivion. During the tamer moments of the game, you will notice that the scenes are a bit pixelated. However, this shouldn’t take any of the excitement away from playing Skyrim.

Gameplay — 5/5

You are the Dragonborn, and you are on a quest to destroy dragon Alduin – the prophesied world eater. This mission takes you through the province of Skyrim, with a memorable landscape that adds to the experience that was already in Oblivion’s Cyrodiil.

The environment in Skyrim consists of dungeons, forests, fortresses, villages, and a whole host of other open habitats. Horses are back in this game, and you can use them to move through the entire province, or you can warp to locations much faster. At the beginning of the game, players can select from a variety of races such as humans, elves or orcs and customize their appearance in the game.

You have three main attributes in the game: health, stamina, and magicka. Though they get depleted, you can replenish them by casting spells or creating potions. You’ll also encounter formidable dragon foes, which also engage NPCs. As the Dragonborn, you can use the “Thu’um” which is a mighty Dragon shout from hidden words to cast spells.

Controls — 4/5

The controls on Xbox are quite suitable for the RPG style of Skyrim, although on occasion the player movement is a bit sluggish. Movement such as sprinting and sneaking, or switching from left to right hands, is fairly easy with the controller, and you can also quickly toggle between first and third person. Customizable controls work for players like myself, who are yet to make the transition from PlayStation to Xbox fully.

Replay Value — 4.5/5

The game doesn’t have the most memorable combat sessions, but the locations are stunning, and you’ll quickly get addicted. Conflict is bound to arise in Skyrim, so the action always keeps you on the edge of your seat. Your new role as the Dragonborn sees you rise through the ashes and transform into something akin to a god, with improvements from your efforts. The opposition always has mostly single combat strategies, so you might need to vary your approach.

The Bottom Line

Though Skyrim has a lot of graphics development flaws that you may eventually notice if you play long enough, they are not nearly enough to affect the content and exciting storyline of the game. Skyrim has excellent gameplay, fluid controls, visually stunning locations, and a fantastic storyline that might just turn you into a couch potato.


You can get lost in Skyrim for weeks, and you can easily see why this is the best in the Elder Scrolls franchise thus far.

Graphics 4.5

Gameplay 5

Controls 4

Replay Value 4.5

One of the best role-play games ever!
Everyone enjoy playing this game


1. All review texts and other contents are original. All reviews and images of games, hardware and software are subject to the copyright of our editorial team and may not be copied without naming. Some of the brand names, logos and screenshots are used in order of qualified relationship.
2. All the information on this website is strictly observed all the terms and conditions of Google Ads Advertising policies, Google Unwanted Software policy and Microsoft Advertising policies.
3. We provide the official download links to legal sources like official websites, Steam, PlayStation Store, Microsoft Market, Nintendo eShop, Google Play Store, Apple iTunes, GOG, Humble Bumble and other.

Besides, the game you're reading right now:
1. Is a video game;
2. Will not change any system settings on your console, PC or phone.

More info

Was this review helpful?

We appreciate your feedback! Please share it on your social platforms
Please share your critical thoughts on the "Contact us" page and we will work on our reviews' improvement.
Badge image

Authentic content by AllXboxGames

All content on this website is copyrighted, authentic and owned by AllXboxGames and cannot be used without expressed written permission from AllXboxGames.
We use unpersonalized cookies to keep our site working and collect statistics for marketing purposes.
See the Privacy and Cookie Policy at Privacy Policy page.
Scroll to Top