Do people still get pumped when they see Trophy/Achievement lists ahead of time? That used to be the norm, though I suspect enthusiasm has died down considerably in recent years. If you don't mind quest-name spoilers, the Achievements for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim might be worth looking over.
These largely seem to be the same objectives that Bethesda has always had us complete. Leveling, exploring, stealing -- that sort of thing. I do love it when open-ended games try to get you to tinker with mechanics you might otherwise avoid, like "Hard Worker: Chop wood, mine ore, and cook food."
Really, I just want to go around being a bastard to Skyrim's citizens. None of these seem to get in the way of that goal, so no complaints here.
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Achievements [Eurogamer -- Thanks, de5gravity]
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