Drezden wrote on Nov 19, 2011, 07:47:
I thought Oblivion was alright, at best, very ugly and clunky.
Fallout 3 and New Vegas I just couldn't get into, the animation in both was still as garbage as it was in Oblivion.
Suffice to say I was very reluctant to buy Skyrim, but saw everyone on my Steam list playing it, which I hadn't seen for a new game in awhile.
So I bought it yesterday evening. Got it downloaded and started playing around 10pm figuring I'd get out of the starting area and head to bed.
4am, I go to bed, can barely sleep, and now I'm going to be late to work.
Fuck you Skyrim. (It's a great game, animations and character models vastly better. I'm really impressed)
Creston wrote on Nov 15, 2011, 15:32:
(for those of you who don't get it, darN is making progress is deciphering the new UI setup.)
Edit : Common Sense. Bethesda does not have it.
Illumin wrote on Aug 18, 2011, 11:03:
To tell you the truth I have my doubts about any online game anymore. They all end up being the same thing, raid the same 5 dungeons for months on end, fight in the same 5 warfronts / battlegrounds for months do these same 20 dailys for months on end.
yuastnav wrote on Aug 16, 2011, 06:48:Icewind wrote on Aug 16, 2011, 06:39:Jerykk wrote on Aug 15, 2011, 23:55:finga wrote on Aug 15, 2011, 23:49:[VG]Reagle wrote on Aug 15, 2011, 23:14:The game is fucking fantastic. Did you actually play it?
Why do you need this many stores to sell a game that sucks ass?
You dare question the authority of Reagle? Better watch yourself. He'll own your ass in CoD.
Yes, if someone doesn't like your indie darling game it must therefore mean he;s a CoD nerd.
Can we stop making that assumption? Every idiot that hears me say I hate Minecraft pulls that shit, and the only thing I hate more than Minecraft are military FPS games.
LFace wrote on Aug 5, 2011, 03:40:
Bit late to the comments but heres my take. I played WoW for a few years since vanilla (not very early vanilla mind, but maybe a couple of months before TBC) and back then it was hard to level. The quests were not streamlined like they are now.
Back then it took me a long time to level, mainly because I didnt know what I was doing as a noob, but also because there was no big yellow arrow pointing where to go, where to find such-and-such, where the next quest is and so forth. People had to Look for what they were after. Look for the next quest and so on.
Now, WoW is so easy to level and play because it holds your hand the whole time whilst questing. You get to top level in next to no time due to fully streamlined quests that you never have to go hunting for the next place to go. That for me is whats killed it.
I would estimate when I first started WoW and got past the "I have no idea what im doing" phase, then it would take me a few month to get to max level. Now, its about a week or 2 for a casual to level to max. Heck on my first character I stuck with (Warlock) it took about 8 months to get to level 60 - probably because I sucked, but also because I liked exploring and finding stuff for recipes without buying them off the AH. That doesnt exist anymore, its all about BUY ALL OF THE THINGS!!! and ACCEPT ALL THE QUESTS WITHOUT READING!!! and that isnt a game, that isnt fun and its why in my eyes WoW is dying.