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TES Skyrim - Epic Dubstep Trailer by [Squirrel montage]

With players clocking their weekly game sessions with Skyrim, we bring you these awesome Skyrim related videos to watch while you take a break.

The first video by Youtube user Mr.CrazyBelko (who makes some amazing mashup videos on his channel) features the song Audiomachine - Guardians At The Gate (Access Denied Dubstep Edit) with an awesome montage of Skyrim, pre-release videos. Granted it's a medival-fantasy game, but music like this could really set the pace for some epic Dragon battles.

The second is a fan made trailer of the game in live action, posted by youtube user LuizartTV. These kind of videos are what Playbo is all about, going beyond the love for the game and recreating that experience in mind blowing ways. Major props to the time and effort they've spent on these videos and to their initiative and creativity.



Have you ever read a book from the first page to last without once glancing at the blurb to find out what the weighty tome may be about? Blurbs have a way of assuaging our insecurities of completion. Knowing beforehand what we are getting into is an itch we can’t seem to scratch enough. Seems like the only way to get people onboard your crazy ideas is to give them a little taste and then let em crack into it.

With the arbitrary introduction out of the way, I welcome you to Playbo Games. A blog where we go beyond the game.

A heavy promise it may seem like indeed, yet we feel we can deliver.

Playbo – which means radical, awesome, amazing, fucking cool in the eloquent tongues of the new age, will feature articles and posts into what makes the world of gaming so playbo.

With a multitude of pre-existing gaming blogs, some written flawlessly and others mere news and review portals; Playbo delves into what brings life to the games you love and play.

Be it the music featured in the game, the graphics, storytelling mechanics, the philosophies, the conspiracy theories, the emotional appeal, the things that make you want to go back and play the game time and time again.

Sadly though, we won’t be “Johnny on the spot” with our reviews, but will post them as soon as we’ve absorbed everything we can about the games we play.

Think of it as a form of 'virtual travel writing’.

And before you think that you’re just going to get a whole bunch of text and news lobbed at you, we will scour the net and find links, videos, interviews, machinima, mods, hardware news, a whole shebang of stuff to keep you engaged.

That about wraps this post up.

Hope to see you again soon.