Skyrim - it's been out almost a year now, and still we're playing it. Thanks largely to the Radiant Quest system which makes competition of Bethesda's RPG epic virtually impossible, as well as the addition of two DLC expansion packs - with a third, entitled Dragonborn, rumoured to be on its way to a platform near you soon, our bet is on you still battling through bandit hideouts and clearing caves of monsters months into the new year and beyond. Skyrim is a constantly evolving title - when it launched late 2011, it lacked certain features fans had pined for, such as the ability for mounted combat and kill cams for bows and spells. These features were eventually added to the title by way of updates and patches. That's why it is so difficult to put Skyrim down, just when we thought the game had thrown everything it could at us, it changes and adapts. It's the gift that keeps on giving. If you have read some of my articles in the past, you will perhaps be aware of my opinion that Skyrim is the single greatest game ever made, I have had so much fun with it in the year since its release that I am relatively convinced I won't play a better game this year. Along the way I have leveled my character up to 50, mastered all the shouts, discovered all the locations, cleared all the dungeons, beaten all the main quests, and completed the story lines of all the factions. Not that I am bragging. (I am single in case you hadn't guessed). Upon looking back at my list of "accomplishments" via my stats page, I couldn't help but scroll through the list of completed missions in my inventory, and it reminded me of some real crackers. Missions it took me weeks to trawl through and complete. Looking through this list filled me with nostalgia, and so I thought I'd put together a list of what I personally consider to have been the ten best missions in Skyrim. This list does not contain any missions included in DLC, as I am an unfortunate PS3 owner and have not had chance to play them yet, so without further ado, here they are. Click "Next" to get started, why don't you?