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2. Re: Game Reviews Aug 24, 2012, 00:03 Acleacius
Ratty wrote on Aug 23, 2012, 12:32:
I liked that Serana was more interesting and had a backstory and things to say than any other followers you got with vanilla Skyrim. Again, more like F:NV's companions (I just wish I could tell her to wait and she would listen to me). It seems where Skyrim excelled over its predecessors was when it used ideas from F:NV. If only they'd made regenerating health a Restoration perk.

I'm waiting for there to be some meaty quest mods instead of the endless armor, house, weapons, etc. mods we're still getting.
You know about UFO, right?

I haven't played Dawnguard, so I'm sort of shocked they actually created a companion with a personality, if true!

Willow a fan created mod by llamaRCA for FNV has more depth and character than ANY NPC ever created by Bethesda. The writing in Bethesda games is pedestrian and inane. There's no way they could Not know, of the issues with their writing. Yet they refuse to hire real writers. Considering how much money they make it's pretty pathetic.

They did an excellent job on dungeon and architecture creation. Also the exploration addiction is certainly top notch. The Dragon story line was an excellent idea, too bad about the writing like all the other quests. It's hard to go up from dragons, so ESV the writing is really going to stick out again, like it did in Oblivion.
The people can always be brought to the bidding of the leaders.That is easy.All you have to do is tell them they are being attacked and denounce the pacifists for lack of patriotism and exposing the country to danger.It works the same way in any country.
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