The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Interview

The guys over at PC Gamer have finally published their full Skyrim interview with Bethesda's Todd Howard, which houses some more promising information about the soon-to-be-released RPG. A few questions and answers that stood out to me:
PC Gamer: When you're not doing the main quest, how common is it for you to run into a dragon?

Todd Howard: You have to do a little bit of the main quest just the initial stuff for the dragons to really start appearing, because it sits in with the story. After that point, the more of the main quest you do, the more dragons you'll run into. But it's hard to quantify it. They appear every once in a while. Not at a rate that is annoying. it still feels special. It's hard to know how people will play the game and it's a little bit random.


PC Gamer: In Fallout 3 it felt like there was a lot more focus on putting unique content into just the wilderness, like every building you found.

Todd Howard: We did that a ton in this, yup and to a massive level. Literally hundreds of dungeons. we realised in Fallout 3 that that kind of environmental storytelling, where you come upon a little scene, is really good. So we've tried to do it a lot more.

PC Gamer: Does every dungeon have something unique in it?

Todd Howard: Just about, yeah.