Wow I have been biting my nails waiting for this game since I saw the game footage at E3 and now its just 5 days away. There hasn't been alot of press released information in the last 3 days which is pretty lame considering the scope of the game. Its strange actually because I never wanted to play Elder Scrolls 4, but when I finally did I literally must have poured over 100 hours into just 1 play through. Soon I'll be pouring another hundred hours into Elder Scrolls 5. The next RPG I'm looking out for is Kingdom of Amalur which looks like another great open world RPG.
@Just-Adam: Well I know so far is that as your character gets stronger, enemies gain stat boosts only to make the game more interesting and not so easy, plus adds hours onto gameplay. That tends to be the norm though, especially for RPGs. @ Kleeyook: I think the characters they showed at E3 and thus far are more to catch the middle age male market. I guarantee characters looks can be softer or, more agile, not just viking men in sheep's clothe. All I know is I'm going with the Man-Tiger class my first play through.
Skyrim looks much better than Oblivion, but it won't change the fact that its characters still look kind of ugly even with their so called improvement. :(
You seem to know info about Skyrim .. any idea if it'll have the same system of Oblivion of enemies scaling with you making it meaningless to level up ? Cause when I learnt that about Oblivion , it made me not buy it ..