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Goat Simulator 3 Intro Parodies Skyrims Opening

Earlier this year, Goat Simulator 3 parodied the reveal trailer for Dead Island 2 and now, the game itself parodies the intro to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Your goat awakens in the back of a wagon being pulled by a guy on a tractor, bringing you to his farm. When he notifications you have actually woken up and tells you how he’s going to deliver a lot of exposition in a very meta way, he greets you. To top everything off, he even keeps in mind how the introduction is way too long (much like the one in Skyrim) and directly up name-drops the Bethesda RPG. It’s a quite hilarious way to begin the game and perfectly sets the tone for the experience that lies ahead. Given they are two for 2 for completely recreating renowned minutes from video gaming history, it wouldn’t be surprising if there are other nods like this concealed in the rest of the video game.

Goat Simulator 3 is lastly here, and it parodies one of the most iconic openings to a video game in its extremely own introduction. The Goat Simulator franchise is maybe one of the most bizarre franchises out there, however that’s why we all love it.

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Goat Simulator 3 is finally here, and it parodies one of the most renowned openings to a video game in its extremely own intro. The Goat Simulator franchise is possibly one of the most unusual franchises out there, but that’s why we all enjoy it. Earlier this year, Goat Simulator 3 parodied the expose trailer for Dead Island 2 and now, the game itself parodies the intro to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.

Bethesda itself has a knack for creating truly iconic openings in its video games. Fallout 3 keeps the player locked in a vault for the first hour or so prior to having this huge moment where the vault door opens and exposes the open world to you. Fallout 4 lets you see the world before the bombs drop. The Senior Scrolls IV: Oblivion has a prison escape, which isn’t awfully dissimilar from Skyrim in regard to its standard principle.