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How long does it takes to finish skyrim
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Posted January 18, 2012 - 08:31 PM
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Posted January 18, 2012 - 08:35 PM
It depends, most people grow bored of it (ha, yeah right) long before it's completely finished. There are literally hundreds of hours worth of exploring and quests in the game. If you're talking specifically about the main quest (which is nothing more than the story behind the dragons), I'd guess it's about 8ish hours. Again, it really depends on the player though and there are dozens of other major quest lines (several quests that happen in sequence with eachother).______You should consider creating an account here. It comes with several benefits, and also makes it much easier for you to post questions and answers. It's completely free!
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