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@Unfallen_Satan @Thumbler76 I think that's a great attitude Unfallen.
Well, this won't rush me. I can live perfectly fine without Amazon credit or challenge maps.
If they had more single player content I migh have been interested, fans want deadpool because of his personality, that's what sets him apart. If they wanted the same kind of action and didn't care about that, they's just go play Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
@simonbelmont2 @Nikolaj-11 @Brotelho @ViskiJack I don't think it's bladn, just different. Kingdoms of Amalur and Dragon Age 2 is to an extend tactical button mashing where skyrim is more nifte, less fancy.I think it's unfair to judge them in comparison, and i enjoy both.
@simonbelmont2 @Brotelho @ViskiJack If I wanted to play a game with good combat I'd go with Kingdoms of Amalur, I play skyrim for the customization and the lore.
@ViskiJack RPG's can be many things and Skyrim scores high and sells well because it does some aspects very well. The world in expansive, the dungeons are unique and exciting to explore and there is a large variety of quests and gameplay elements that can make you play the game in different ways.
Elder Scrolls is more about "making a story" rather than "telling a story" you are given a blank character and the opportunity to do almost anything. You can be the hero, or a evil warlock that slays entire cities.
Skyrim does characters failry well, better then Oblivion but still nto compareable to story based games like Dragon Age or Alpha Protocol.
It's about raiting it for what it is. If anyone ever told you that you would be told a grand tale with vivid characters in Skyrim then they were lying to you. If someone told you that Skyrim is a toybox (or toolbox) you can use to create your own tale you've got the right idea.
Skyrim has smithing, alchemy, spellcasting and realistic melee combat. Stealth flows well and blends nicely with both noise and line-of-sight. There are a variery of enemies and some interesting motives in the different quest lines, that is why it does well.
@g1rldraco7 There was that rumor about Redguard, but nothing actual yet.
I'm hoping for an expedition to Atmora!
No gamers feckin' won't.
12 year old fan boys want it every year, real gamers want new installments as often as possible while the developers still use enough time to properly make the game.
AC3 did many things right but failed to deliver anything new or any interesting characters. If AC4 is also deprived of the elements that makes a game come to life than I'm done with day-1 purchases.
Sceptic that Crash and Spyro isn't in the game, but I have do doubt that it'll be fun nontheless.
Wonder when It'll be released.
Use your keyboard!
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