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Thursday, September 15, 2011

The Meaning of Life

I was ten years old and wandering through a forest when a strange old man stumbled out of a shrubbery and asked me, "What is the meaning of life?"
Without hesitation, I answered, "To play Skyrim."

It was the early 90's, and neither of us knew what the hell I was talking about, so we both kind of looked at each other before the strange old man slinked back into the shrubbery. I was very confused.

But not anymore! Now I know that on some cosmic dreamspace level of consciousness I had divined the true meaning of life and broadcasted the directions for enlightenment before there was even a means of achieving it.

Doubt the prophet? Behold the trailer.

I pre-ordered this game. I've never pre-ordered a game, before.

I pre-ordered two of them.

Seriously. That's not some bullshit like the whole meaning-of-life-guy-in-the-shrubbery crap.
I pre-ordered two copies of Skyrim.


  1. All I can think of when I hear that song now is Harry Partridge.

  2. Whenever I see a "preview" video that doesn't show the game actually being played, I automatically think they're hiding something. It happens every time you go to that SteamPowered website.

  3. Dude. There's nothing for Bethesda to hide. The trailer was crystal clear.

    Did it say, "You open menus?"


    It said, "You fight dragons."

    You fight dragons.