Maybe you already have...I dunno...but if not, don't get into Skyrim. It's an RPG that plays like a FPS. But the real drawback is that it's a huge and graphically spectacular world. Several years ago, when I told my computer tech I was going to start playing Skyrim, he said simply "Goodbye." Really immersive.
I quit playing it about two years ago. But I recently had some fairly major health problems and when I was sitting around recuperating I kept getting images/flashbacks of all the places I'd been in Skyrim. I had to re-load it and start playing again. Even three years after its release it is still one of the most played games for PC.
I have over 300 hours in the game but I run across people on the Skyrim forums that have ten times that much.
Sorry everyone for the OT posts but ...you go where the conversation takes you.
I have played Skyrim, but had to quit as I used way too much time on it.