10 Movies Every Skyrim Player Should Watch: Page 4 of 10

Feeling anxious after finishing Skyrim? Relive your Skyrim gaming days with these movies
Viking theme + destructive dragons = Skyrim. You’ll be “FusRoDah-ing” your way all throughout the game.

7. 300: Rise of an empire

Fighting like a Grecian. Try wearing only a shield and a sword and see how long you’ll last.

Watching deathblows of Themistocles land with dramatic slow-motion effect on Persian enemies is very similar to Skyrim’s kill cam mode when connecting critical hits. The constant action of swords flailing bodies asunder, arrows piercing flesh like a doll, and spears digging into the bones of unlucky targets in the movie, spells out how brutal (and bloody funny) fight scenes in Skyrim can be.

The fierce, lethal, but sizzling hot Artemisia somehow reminds me of Aela, the Huntress (I made her my wife in the game back then). Their combat capabilities and beastly demeanor look like they can flatten any army by themselves.

Love gore? The bloody battles in this Skyrim movie can be replicated in the game by applying fan-made mods. They’ll add thicker blood sprites, allow players to mutilate limbs like slicing vegetables, and chop off heads like they’re baseballs walloped with a bat.

Artemisia. No need for that. You already have my heart. <3

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