There are endless songs, covers and parodies inspired by Bethesda’s latest epic RPG. We’ve trawled the internet to bring together some of our favourites from the past year.
Warning: Arrow in the Knee references ahead. Expect a heady mix of silliness, as well as a couple of songs that will undoubtedly blow you away. Welcome to our Top 6: Skyrim Fan Songs:
1. Skyrim – Harry Partridge
This one surfaced after the first Skyrim trailer was released. It did an outstanding job of capturing the excitement that we were all feeling with the prospect of a new Elder Scrolls game on the horizon.
2. Skyrim in the Knee – TF2Silencer
Skyrim’s most popular (if not a little over-played) meme has taught us all a valuable lesson – If you want to continue being an adventurer, wear knee pads! Cue dubstep.
3. Skyrim – Peter Hollens & Lindsey Stirling
This version of the Skyrim theme was created by just two people and one violin. It’s a fantastic rendition of the main theme and some of the scenery in the video is breath-taking.
4. Skyrim Gangster Rap (Explicit) – Gets Played
A lyrical tribute to the original gangster, Dovahkiin, representing for the Sovngarde homies. The language is a bit fruity in places, you have been warned.
5. Legends of the Frost – Miracle of Sound ft. Malukah
Miracle of Sound is well known for his musical contribution to the gaming community. This is by far my favourite song of his though. 100% original, 100% awesome.
6. Bard’s Rap – Dan Bull
I cant stop playing this one right now. The lyrics are really well written and the rap has a great rhythm. Seriously considering the life of a Bard. Anyone got a loot I can borrow?
We hope you enjoyed our Top 6: Skyrim Fan Songs. If you have a favourite that’s not up there, we’d be interested to hear about it. We may even credit you if we use it for a future feature.