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@J_P-: That's not lies and slander, that's what happens when you mod on an unstable engine. Modding in Oblivion is pretty bad and if you don't believe me, start dumping 100 mods into Oblivion and let's see how far you get. I have been modding Elder Scrolls games since Morrowind and both Morrowind and Oblivion were VERY hard to mod because they would always become unstable.

Nothing beats the modding experience of Skyrim. It literally has the largest modding community out of any game out there. The Skyrim special edition has taken modding to the next level and things that weren't possible before are now possible. With the original Skyrim, I had about 250-300 active mods, but there was this sort of choppiness to the gameplay. With the Skyrim special edition, all of that choppiness has gone away and it is a much more pleasant experience.

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@J_P-: You can't mod the original Oblivion, the engine is too old and when you start modding it, it becomes unstable and crashes. I would rather a full HD remaster be done of Oblivion with recorded voice acting. As much as a loved Skyrim, Oblivion will always be number 1.

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@mcskirmish: No that is incorrect. Units shipped does not translate into units sold. The units shipped number is misleading because that is just the total amount that EA shipped to retail stores.

In reality, EA sold about 1.7 million copies for the PS4 and about 800k copies for the XBox One. The numbers on PC are actually embarrassing because they only sold roughly 40k copies.

I am a Star Wars fan so that is why I bought the game, but lately the game has been pretty dead. Sometimes it takes a good 20 minutes to get into a match and EA hasn't really given us clear updates in quite awhile (probably because they have been trying to stay out of the press). If they bring the exact microtransacations back, then it will truly be a wtf moment, however, if they introduce microtransactions for stuff like XP boosts and for cosmetic items, but introduce a completely revamped progression system then that could work.

Basically, what is going to save this game is a revamp of the progression system and loads of new content. The game has been out for over 2 months and we haven't really gotten a lot of content since launch (we have gotten 2 new heroes and one new map).

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@piru_lee: I mean, Budokai 3 was competitive enough and it had almost everything I wanted. Sure some characters had similar moves, but almost every character had unique specials and unique super moves. I do enjoy fighters, but this is a DBZ game after all. DBZ fans want to play as their favorite character and if their characters aren't in the game, then they will not be interested. Also, I cannot see how this is different from Burst Limit because wasn't this Burst Limit's big thing too? A small roster, but with unique fighters? If they talk about adding more characters than it will have me interested, but if this is the roster then I feel like they will just milk it and release a sequel that has more characters. See where I am coming from?

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@piru_lee: They literally did that with Budokai 3 and with Burst Limit. Can't see why this is different. Seems like just another way to milk the DBZ franchise- in the sequel we will get more characters and I just find that so stupid for game based on a anime that has literally been around for 20+ years.

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@ECH71: Why? Windows 8 was an utter disaster, and while under the hood it was much better than 7, it was not widely adopted and pretty much marked as a failure for MS. Windows 10 is vastly superior and I say it is either equivalent to or better than Windows 7. Still an AMD fan!

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@merwanor: I have severe issues with Rey. How is she so powerful without any training? She can be powerful in the force, I can mildly except that, but how is she such a good lightsaber duelist? This doesn't make any sense. She doesn't know any of the lightsaber forms and the extent of her training was literally her swinging her lightsaber at some rocks a few times. Since we know her linage now, I just don't care about her as a character anymore. The Last Jedi either misused, destroyed or disregarded characters that were established in TFA. I liked Poe in TFA, hate him now because he is just a stereotypical meat head. I liked Finn in TFA, but his character was destroyed in that terrible subplot. The list goes on and on and on.

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@Donut0389: It is well known that both Leia and Luke were the force sensitive children of Akakin Skywalker and Padme Amidala, but Leia (as far as we know, but I am sure they will screw that up in a future comic by saying she was a Jedi Master or some other dumb shit) never received any sort of formal training. Unlike Luke, who had received training from both Obi-Wan, Yoda and who became a Jedi Knight and eventually a Jedi Master himself. She just didn't "gently pull" herself through space, she surrounded herself in a force bubble, protected herself from a massive explosion, then somehow survived in space with no oxygen for several minutes. Then she pulls herself to the ship- how did she get past the shields? God this movie is so fucking stupid. I did not like the prequels, they were garbage movies with some bits of greatest sprinkled in, but Leia flying through space is one of the dumbest, cringeist things I have ever seen in a movie. The Last Jedi easily sits in prequel trilogy territory for many reasons such as the scene above. In addition, there was no story in the Last Jedi- it was an almost 3 hour chase scene and it suffered from one of the worst sub-plots in Star Wars movie history- that Finn and Rose subplot was terrible! At least the prequels had workable plots and didn't suffer from the terrible tone issues that the Last Jedi did. I bet you like Michael Bay movies and are easily impressed by explosions, am I right or am I right?

I am a poser? I live an breath Star Wars bub and I hated the Last Jedi. If the Last Jedi was so great, why does it have a 50% audience score on Rotten Tomatoes (the lowest score out of any Star Wars movie EVER)? Why does it have a user score of 4.6 on Metacritic (again, the lowest score for any Star Wars movie ever)? This is usually the point where you exclaim that people were review bombing it, but they didn't review bomb The Force Awakens, so how do you explain this disparity? People unfamiliar with Star Wars and casual fans loved this move, die hard fans hated it.

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@Donut0389: This movie made me hate every character, because it destroyed every character. And come on, that Leia scene was easily the worst thing we have ever seen in a Star Wars movie. Way worse than Midochlorians, Jar Jar or a backflipping CGI Yoda any day.