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#1 Goyoshi12
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[QUOTE="Clock-w0rk"]

[QUOTE="Clock-w0rk"]The most balanced: Demons SoulsClock-w0rk

F*ck me you really are an idiot.

Topic title: What game have the best "sword and shield" gameplay?

Clock-w0rk: The best: Dragons Dogma, The most balanced: Demons Souls

Clearly not the most balanced in comparison to Dark Souls.

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Quote me where I said all the weapons in DeS are balanced, topic is clearly about SnS gameplay hence why that reply was pointless.

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The most balanced: Demons SoulsClock-w0rk

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So I'm thinking about installing some mods for Skyrim. For now to get a handle on mods, I think I'll just use the Skyrim Workshop on Steam even though the Skyrim nexus is probably a lot better for mods just cause it's easier and probably a lot safer.

Any recommendations for Skyrim mods that can be found on the workshop?

whiskeystrike

First watch this

http://youtu.be/ClqtmSUsFhg

and then use this mod

http://youtu.be/EeFT6qhja-0

Yeah, that didn't help me at all and like the guy said at the beginning if I'm not going to go crazy with mods then the system sounds worthless for a guy like me.

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[QUOTE="Clock-w0rk"]

Most balanced Sword and Shield gameplay, in terms of bare mechanics, no SnS skills/spells/crazy buffs, just a bare combat system that relies on timing and player skill.

Too hard for you to understand?

Clock-w0rk

And his comment was in relation to that comment or was that too hard for you to understand?

"There are like three weapons that are worthwhile and everyone uses them. Dark Souls has Demon's beat in terms of balance by miles and miles"

What does Demons Souls "only having 3 worthwhile weapons" have anything to do with SnS gameplay mechanics being balanced?

C'mon kid.

Because that defeats the entire purpose of the weapons being balanced if there's only (based on foxhound's post) three weapons that are really needed for the game.

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So I'm thinking about installing some mods for Skyrim. For now to get a handle on mods, I think I'll just use the Skyrim Workshop on Steam even though the Skyrim nexus is probably a lot better for mods just cause it's easier and probably a lot safer.

Any recommendations for Skyrim mods that can be found on the workshop?

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#6 Goyoshi12
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[QUOTE="KillzoneSnake"]

I'm currently enjoying it on PS3. By the time it comes out on PC i be playing new games on PS4 lol

kipsta77

I played RDR for 3 hours on PS3. Constant texture pop-in and really bad fps.

Not that you'd even know what 'fps' means anyways...

 

Frames per second?

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[QUOTE="Clock-w0rk"]

What does any of that have to do with Sword and Shield gameplay? topics about SnS not which game has the best weapons.

Clock-w0rk

What does your most balanced comment have to do with Sword and Shield gameplay?

Most balanced Sword and Shield gameplay, in terms of bare mechanics, no SnS skills/spells/crazy buffs, just a bare combat system that relies on timing and player skill.

Too hard for you to understand?

And his comment was in relation to that comment or was that too hard for you to understand?

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....and nobody notices the elephant in the room even though it's already been mentioned....twice.

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#9 Goyoshi12
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[QUOTE="Jackc8"]

I thought the levelling was really fun in Oblivion.  I kind of read up on it a little bit at the Oblivion Wiki, just enough to get a general idea of how it works.  Look at which skills you want to level up, use them constantly so you get a bigger bonus when leveling up time comes, and there you go.  You can get spells to cast on yourself to build up a certain magic attribute, cast them on yourself repeatedly and then when leveling up time comes you can increase that skill by 5 or whatever.

IndianaPwns39

Exactly, I never understood the complaint towards the leveling up system; it works perfectly fine and works how it should work in that if you continualy do a certain action multiple times over you will get better at it over time. Is it easy and exploitable? Kind of but what system ISN'T exploitable to some degree and even so it's a system that's been with the Elder Scrolls series since the beginning and it's worked just fine before so it works the same way here.

No no, it isn't the levelling itself that's bad. It works like every other levelling systeming, in fact.

It's the fact that the whole world levels with you. It completely betrays the sense of immersion by having enemies level with you. I absolutely loathed the fact that by the time I had Glass armor every lowly, cowardly bandit also had on Glass armor. The game never let me feel like a bad ass. I'd work and work and the world would always be a little tougher than me. I liked Morrowind because there were places you just couldn't visit at low levels, and when you were at higher levels you could just go through small bandit camps like the bad ass you were. If I ran into a vampire, I'd run or have a tough fight, but if I ran into a vampire in Oblivion I knew I had a shot because I had a shot against the entire continent. 

Really? I never saw bandits wearing glass armor or armor similar in stats to my own. I did notice them wearing elven armor but still elven armor isn't saying much and I could still dispatch them with ease. I will say though I think I was exposed to this system in a much more extreme nature than that and so I had set expectations low because I figured what he had said was going to be the case which it didn't happen. I remember somebody saying that in Oblivion even being like the greatest bad ass in part of your level a low level rat in the sewers could still kill you. That to me made me really paranoid about how bad the leveling was but I think he was overexagerrating because I one shot rats like it's nobody's buisness.

Honestly, I never had a problem with the leveling system by your description. Every enemy that I thought would be easy to takedown were just that (Rats, Mudcrabs, Scamps, Clannfer Runts, wolves, sabre cats, the Spider demon lady, bandits, etc.) and enemy's that I thought I'd have a bit of a difficult time with were rather difficult (Frost/Flame/Thunder Atronachs, Clannfers, Ogres, Minotaur/Kings, those guys who summon Clannfers' to aid them, etc.). I guess I do see what you mean like how even as I continually leveled up, killing Clannfers and others was still pretty tricky but I didn't care; I was still having fun just slaughtering the whole of Oblivion creatures for I guess some bizarre reason.

Also don't get me started on Morrowind. When I first started Morrowind and went walking around admiring the grand world that lay in wait for me I came across a cave and decided to explore it. The minute I stepped in my ass was Swiss Cheese; I just got demolished within a second of stepping in that cave. The worst part of it? I didn't save or it didn't save since this was before auto-saves (I think). I spent 10-15 minutes coming up with my very first character to Morroiwnd and he immediately got sent to Soviengard within a minute of his creation. It taught me a valuable lesson about saves in Morrowind, though, that, nowadays, developers would never even dream of using as a method of teaching people about their games.

So thanks Bethesda for that and thank you Morrowind for teaching me a valuable lesson.

[spoiler] Bastard. [/spoiler]

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#10 Goyoshi12
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[QUOTE="foxhound_fox"][QUOTE="Clock-w0rk"]The most balanced: Demons SoulsClock-w0rk

:lol: No. There are like three weapons that are worthwhile and everyone uses them. Dark Souls has Demon's beat in terms of balance by miles and miles. ~ As for the game that I have played that has amazing sword combat, I'll go with Dark Souls just because I haven't played Mount & Blade.

What does any of that have to do with Sword and Shield gameplay? topics about SnS not which game has the best weapons.

What does your most balanced comment have to do with Sword and Shield gameplay?