Exactly what criterio should we be using to compare all these game ?
what we prefer
I heard that ss4 will be out q4 2014.
I kind of have mixed feeling though after what happened with ss3.
It kind of took the direction of "realistic" which doesn't seem to be what ss is all about.
So, hopefully ss4 will go back to the craziness of the originals.
@thereal25: speaking personally:
characters: Never in my life have I played a game where I give two fucks about characters
combat: I care about combat but I only archer so that pretty much explains itself.
voice acting / accents / face models I care even less about voice acting/accents and face models
story: Skyrim and Morrowind are two of my favorite games of all time and I have no clue what the story is. In fact, the ability to enjoy the game without the story is one of its strong appeals to me.
Interesting. I have to wonder what actually drives you to play games... maybe its just the intellectual challenge of it.
I suppose I can relate a bit. Like when I played Sins of a Solar Empire - a game with virtually ZERO personality but it was still kind of fun for the sheer challenge.
to piyush181: Given your spelling of the word truly, it doesn't surprise me that you've played Duke Nukem Forever!
what?! you've got the pc version?! :) then, all you have to do is mod out and in the necessary components that'll improve the game for you.
for me, that means more customization and immersive gameplay, like, no HUD, no god-like gps, realistic use of map, no regenerating health, realistic encumbrance, degradation, no potion spamming, potions over time, eat/sleep schedule based on character (with penalties), armor/weather penalties, realistic looting/economy, no swimming in most armor, adjusting the speed of the time, DiD characters vs perma-character, etc.
now, granted, I care about gameplay altering mods/rules, but, i'm sure you can take care of those other aspects you care about, as well.
having said that, I've only played vanilla tes on xbox consoles and, due to its freedom, I am still able to implement my own self-imposed rules and restrictions to improve the game. I get excited about what i'll be able to do when I rebuy all the games for the pc, lol....
as for evil or good? let me suggest that you pick a character type, give them a quick bit of personality and basic history with some specific traits and then make in-game decision based on what your P.C. would do.
:) Wow, your choice of mods sounds more like a nightmare than fun, but each to they're own. Having said that, you've no doubt mastered the game - so maybe something like that would be appropriate for you.
For me, I just need to wrap my mind around the vanilla version first. I spent some time today reading the manual - and YES this is one complicated-ass game!!!
I imagine that the marketing budget for cod ghosts would be a lot higher than south park.
And when there's so much money involved who knows who's getting bribed to say what - and you also have to wonder about whether user reviews are genuine or not.
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