The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
is probably Bethesda's most celebrated game to date, and it's easy to see why; it's a distillation of all the things that are great about that developer's particular breed of role-playing. It's so pure, focused, and utterly absorbing that many of us have lost days, weeks, and even months to our adventures among the Nords and the Dovah that reign above their craggy mountain towns.
So what does the table deal with? Well, it more or less follows the exploits of the primary questline; you are Dragonborn, and you must save the Nord homeland, Tamriel, and all of Nirn as a whole from Alduin the World Eater, an ancient dragon of immense, frightening power. The main pillars of The Elder Scrolls' gameplay can't be accurately replicated on a pinball table (nor can that of the other two, for that matter), but that doesn't stop them from trying. The end result is, as always, a very challenging experience.