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TESV: Skyrim Coming 11/11/11

Fantastic news!  TESV: Skyrim was announced at the 2010 Spike Video Game Awards.  Here is the exclusive debut trailer.

 

UPDATE: The debut trailer is now available at The Elderscrolls page, and you can even join The Elder Council (facebook page).

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 If you click outside the debut trailer video, you can move and view the stone carving seen in the trailer.

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Nice!  Thanks for letting us know.

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1. I'll have a bloody field day with the graphics.

2. My graphics card will have a bloody field day too. Time to get a new one.

3. I like the music.

4. The world is made of Dragons, litterally.

5. I'd swear I've heard of Nova King before.

 

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1. Haven't seen any actual graphics yet, unless the stone carving is a wall detail of a dungeon.

2. I was going to buy a new PC coming january, but I'm holding off untill July.

3. Wonder if there will be singing/chanting in the final score, would fit with the thu'uum.

4. Just a Bayeuxesque stonecarving. From the stonecarving there is still a chance there is more symbolism/lore of dragons than actual dragons in the game.

5. But it's Dovah'kiin. I first heard it as Novakim, but the other language officially subtitled trailers at elderscrolls.com showed it as Dovah'kiin.

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Its not nova king, its Dovahkiin

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 The voice acting is done by Max Von Sydow and is such a good voice for this game ;P

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Its Dovahkiin, no apostrophe. And I agree with Proweler - the name seems very familiar for some reason.

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Dova being ''Dragon'' or ''Avatar''

Kiin being ''Kin'' or ''Born'' ''Born to''

These are just some ideas of translation to the word ''Dovakiin.

and yes it does sound familiar.

 

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You're all wrong, it's 'Dovakhiin'... 'H' after the 'K'.