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Doctor Strangelove
Real Battlefield Veterinarian.
+1,758|3909

unnamednewbie13 wrote:

Doctor Strangelove wrote:

Bethesda has never (and probably will never) developed a game with game-play that wasn't shit.

I doubt this will be much different.
I liked Morrowind.
Gameplay was pretty crap though. The better part of your attacks missed.
unnamednewbie13
Moderator
+1,741|4213|Banoi, PNG

At first, yeah. You could work around that with experience, though.
Doctor Strangelove
Real Battlefield Veterinarian.
+1,758|3909

unnamednewbie13 wrote:

At first, yeah. You could work around that with experience, though.
Yeah but the more annoying a game is in the begining the less interest I have in progressing through it.

Also Morrowind made it a big hassle to find your quest objectives, while Bethesda has made big improvements in that respect, it still made me just to annoyed at Morrowind to play it through.
TimmmmaaaaH
Damn, I... had something for this
+725|3881|Brisbane, Australia

Not enough quest arrows I guess.
https://bf3s.com/sigs/5e6a35c97adb20771c7b713312c0307c23a7a36a.png
Chou
D3
+736|4232|Red Light District
TW2 is ace, been playing it for a few days now
There's 8 player co-op and a village mode where you can buy a village and build houses and such.
The game is incredibly deep in terms of leveling and modifying.
Questions?

perhaps a dedicated thread hmm

Last edited by Chou (2010-11-27 07:56:01)

Sisco
grandmaster league revivalist
+493|3785

Chou wrote:

TW2 is ace, been playing it for a few days now
There's 8 player co-op and a village mode where you can buy a village and build houses and such.
The game is incredibly deep in terms of leveling and modifying.
Questions?

perhaps a dedicated thread hmm
Doit, I´m tempted to play it too!
https://www.abload.de/img/bf3-bf2ssig0250wvn.jpg
No/Yes
Member
+14|3383|California, USA

Chou wrote:

TW2 is ace, been playing it for a few days now
There's 8 player co-op and a village mode where you can buy a village and build houses and such.
The game is incredibly deep in terms of leveling and modifying.
Questions?

perhaps a dedicated thread hmm
yeah, noob question but what does tw2 stand for?
RTHKI
MOTOGPGPGPGPGPGPGP
+1,614|4178|THE X GAMES
two worlds 2
https://static.bf2s.com/files/user/6644/Xj4f2.png
GR34
Member
+215|3986|ALBERTA> CANADA
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Poseidon
Fudgepack DeQueef
+3,253|3979|Long Island, New York
Just officially announced.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

November 11th, 2011
FloppY_
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+1,010|3727|Denmark aka Automotive Hell

Poseidon wrote:

Just officially announced.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

November 11th, 2011
Skyrim sounds silly
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Miggle
FUCK UBISOFT
+1,407|4183|FUCK UBISOFT

FloppY_ wrote:

Poseidon wrote:

Just officially announced.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

November 11th, 2011
Skyrim sounds silly
it's one of the regions.
https://dl.dropbox.com/u/44874/FUCK%20UBISOFT%20RIGHT%20IN%20THE%20FUCKING%20ASS.png
Poseidon
Fudgepack DeQueef
+3,253|3979|Long Island, New York
   
Lucien
Fantasma Parastasie
+1,451|4094|Amsterdam
meh

you hardly play elder scrolls games for the story

I'll wait for some actual in-game footage
https://i.imgur.com/HTmoH.jpg
FloppY_
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+1,010|3727|Denmark aka Automotive Hell

Miggle wrote:

FloppY_ wrote:

Poseidon wrote:

Just officially announced.

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

November 11th, 2011
Skyrim sounds silly
it's one of the regions.
Well that's kinda obvious :3
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:blacKOut:
Shevchenkooooo
+42|3707|'Merica
According to their twitter, Skyrim is using a new engine
unnamednewbie13
Moderator
+1,741|4213|Banoi, PNG

Doctor Strangelove wrote:

unnamednewbie13 wrote:

At first, yeah. You could work around that with experience, though.
Yeah but the more annoying a game is in the begining the less interest I have in progressing through it.

Also Morrowind made it a big hassle to find your quest objectives, while Bethesda has made big improvements in that respect, it still made me just to annoyed at Morrowind to play it through.
I think far more people played Morrowind to faff about than to progress through the story from objective to objective. The first thing I did was go get lost.
Lucien
Fantasma Parastasie
+1,451|4094|Amsterdam
uh the whole appeal to morrowind was its world. Everywhere you went there were interesting new places, landscapes, architecture, flora and fauna. Finding your way through miles of it to get to some quest destination, with the help of little more than a note that had some directions scribbled on it was a great way to get you immersed.

Oblivion is the total opposite. Nobody wants to mill about some vaguely european landscape for 20 minutes to get somewhere, and Bethesda assume that modern fans don't have the patience for another morrowind. It's why all you have to do to complete a quest in oblivion is run to wherever the arrow is pointing you, without a care in the world for what's actually going on. I'd hardly call that a step forward.
https://i.imgur.com/HTmoH.jpg
unnamednewbie13
Moderator
+1,741|4213|Banoi, PNG

That's sort of what I just said, only without the quest focus. You could screw around in Morrowind pretty much as long as you wanted without sticking to the main plot. I agree about Oblivion, though. It's a bit simplified, but I think the biggest problem is still that there's no pressing reason to do any of the main quest stuff.
Morpheus
This shit still going?
+508|3440|The Mitten

Lucien wrote:

uh the whole appeal to morrowind was its world. Everywhere you went there were interesting new places, landscapes, architecture, flora and fauna. Finding your way through miles of it to get to some quest destination, with the help of little more than a note that had some directions scribbled on it was a great way to get you immersed.

Oblivion is the total opposite. Nobody wants to mill about some vaguely european landscape for 20 minutes to get somewhere, and Bethesda assume that modern fans don't have the patience for another morrowind. It's why all you have to do to complete a quest in oblivion is run to wherever the arrow is pointing you, without a care in the world for what's actually going on. I'd hardly call that a step forward.
Yea...

A friend of mine commented on that in his blog...
http://themarkstory.blogspot.com/2009/0 … alley.html
EE (hats
some_random_panda
Flamesuit essential
+454|3832

Oblivion broke for me when I played it.  Something about taking someone on horseback up to some place and failing to trigger the event and since it was my only save I just left the game, feeling rather pissed off.
FloppY_
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+1,010|3727|Denmark aka Automotive Hell

some_random_panda wrote:

Oblivion broke for me when I played it.  Something about taking someone on horseback up to some place and failing to trigger the event and since it was my only save I just left the game, feeling rather pissed off.
Yeah that engine likes to do that
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Poseidon
Fudgepack DeQueef
+3,253|3979|Long Island, New York

:blacKOut: wrote:

According to their twitter, Skyrim is using a new engine
Good. Gamebryo REALLY showed it's age in FO: NV.
unnamednewbie13
Moderator
+1,741|4213|Banoi, PNG

Now we just need Valve to overhaul or abandon Source. The ragdoll physics are becoming rather hilarious.
FloppY_
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+1,010|3727|Denmark aka Automotive Hell

unnamednewbie13 wrote:

Now we just need Valve to overhaul or abandon Source. The ragdoll physics are becoming rather hilarious.
It's been so long now since any words on EP3 that I think Valve will do a massive overhaul on it or creating source2 or something...

They really added some nice new stuff in the EP2 version of Source..
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