Rix ... Skyrim on PC especially with some good mods is an awesome game in several ways - the graphics are beautiful, the lore pretty cool, and the gameplay is fun .. e.g. for once (after some tweaking) archery actually felt right. The natural world is a living, breathing place with new discoveries all around. I remember once cutting through a remote forest at nite and suddenly coming across a dancing flame atronach and feeling this honest sense of wonder. It does alot of things I liked, enough so that I played many many hours.
But after awhile, I don't know, it just felt a bit shallow I guess. Like I was just running around doing these tasks but nothing I did, no decisions I made really mattered alot. My character growth didn't seem to affect the world around me much, e.g. how the other characters treated me, what plot developments opened up, etc. It's like there wasn't enough at stake for it to feel real.
This may owe to it being more oriented towards action (which it does quite well) and less RPG elements. Another reason might've been the leveling system, which just felt off - what kind of place levels with you? If I'm a weak-ass elf and wander into your mage-cave I should get blasted, and vice versa later in the game.
Still don't get me wrong, many fun adventures to be had there. I just wish I could somehow merge Skyrim's fantastic visuals & gameplay with Morrowind's RPG depth & world. Maybe I'll boot it up with some new mods and a new char and give it another whirl. May you find good fortune on your future quests!