There are myriad objects populating Skyrim that have nothing to do with combat. You can load up on firewood, brooms, cabbages, and cooking pots until you can barely move. Instead of “loot whoring,” you’re required to practice something more like “loot celibacy,” where your hardest decisions stem from a need to leave so much behind.

But Winter in the North is dedicated. Everything you pick up is used to swing in a fight, armor yourself in a fight, create potions to help you fight better, or--in the instance that you do loot some junk--to sell off with a single button push in order to buy more stuff to continue the fight. No ambiguity here. You travel the world, meet interesting enemies, and kill them.