Personally, the use of a bunch of still images (especially ones that only relate to a single word being spoken rather than to the overall meaning of what's being said) is a bit jarring and off-putting.
Apart from the artistic decision, though, the entire video was pretty much just a guy ranting about a game being more than what he thought it should be, which really could have been boiled down to a second and a half, "I don't think Skyrim is worth $60 anymore." Personally, I wouldn't pay $60 for it, but then again, I already own it on PC so I'm unlikely to buy it again no matter what the price. For someone who doesn't already own it, $60 may be worth it.
In summary, $60 for such a large game on a new system is hardly the end of the world as we know it, and I still feel fine.
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