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With what you completed, I would wait for it to be cheap, or maybe wait for a goty edition to get the dlc for free
I was think about purchasing Skyrim on my Xbox 360. However, back when I owned a PS3, I owned Skyrim. I had completed part of the main storyline, the Companions Storyline, the Civil War Storyline, The Theives' guild Storyline and the Dark Brotherhood Storyline. I was about 50 hours in, at some level in the upper 30s.
My question is, is there a lot left in terms of quests/exploration in Skyrim or did I pretty much complete everything in the game? Also, is the new expansion (I forget it's name) for Skyrim worth it? Any advice is greatly appreciated.keybladegamer
Bioshock and Dead Space are both great cames, and they're pretty creepy. They also feature light RPG-elements, nothing compared to Fallout though.
Condemned has no RPG feel to it, but it is a very good, very creepy game that is worth checking out.Blueresident87
[QUOTE="Smokescreened84"]It's because in their limited notion of what defines a person, they do not accept me for who I am. They seem to think I'm male because I was born with a male body although I am female in regards of gender identity and who I am. They are the kind of people who think that a person is defined by what's between the legs instead of the actual person within. I identify as female, always have, I am not male. So therefore I am a female gamer. A person is not defined by what's between their legs. There are female gamers on this site and around the world, but the majority of them tend to keep quiet due to the issues I mentioned. Trying to get female gamers to speak up rarely ever works since many female gamers feel that if they speak up that they will be pestered by many of the immature male gamers who act like females should never be allowed to play video games.Smokescreened84
So you were technically born a man? No disrespect, just asking since you put it out there.I was born with a male body, but my personality, manner, behaviour, how I identify myself as a person and as my gender is female. I am female, sex and gender are two separate things. Sex is reproduction, gender is based on personality and mental development from the womb up to adulthood. And I am not an 'it'. I am a human being, a female, regardless of how my physical sex is. What's between my legs does not define me as a person nor does it say what my gender is, it only says of the sex. And that will be rectified eventually. no offense, but your still a dude