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Three-part demo video of TESV: Skyrim released by developer

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The Elder Scroll V: Skyrim is one of the most talked about games this year. It was a hit at Gamescon, which was briefly covered by this Examiner for those in Chicagoland (and all of North America) who couldn't make it out to Germany.

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Before that, it made a splash at QuakeCon, coming away with 40-minutes of leaked footage among other clips, that hit the Internet faster than Superman can circle the planet. However, most footage was removed at the request of game developer/publisher Bethesda.

Now Bethesda has uploaded the official footage from that event in full high-definition glory. Best part is, it wont get taken down this time.

Watch the three-part clip below via YouTube where Game Director Todd Howard guides viewers through the Skyrim demo shown behind closed doors at E3 and most recently to fans at QuakeCon and PAX Prime.

Part One

Part Two

Part Three

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is due out on 11.11.11 and is rated M for Mature by the ESRB.



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