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#183 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
Wow after reading the comments, am I the only one that likes Skyrim and plays it constantly plays it.
User avatar #294 to #183 - nicoquitemad (08/07/2013) [-]
Skyrim is cool. We can do better, but that's a great thing.
#273 to #183 - teFlyingNinja (08/07/2013) [-]
I used to play it non-stop, like I couldn't stop playing it to get college work done. So I had to separate myself, still one of the best games in my opinion and even better with mods from steam.
#314 to #273 - anonymous (08/27/2013) [-]
It can be a lot of fun if you role play. WHenever I get bored of the game, I start a new character, think of a good backstory for them, and kinda roleplay with the character. AFter all it is a role playing game. Just use your imagination.
User avatar #239 to #183 - fizzor (08/07/2013) [-]
You're not alone, friend. In fact, I am playing Skyrim at this very moment. I've played the shit out of it, and I will keep playing the shit out of it for a long, long time.
User avatar #188 to #183 - Brucis (08/07/2013) [-]
No, some people just recognize the flaws and others are disappointed with the casualization. Some don't give a fuck and others only play one game in the series and consider it the only good one.
#202 to #188 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
I don't feel like there are any flaws in the game, except for no spell making.
User avatar #216 to #202 - Brucis (08/07/2013) [-]
The journal and quest marker were horrible, as quests were based around you following it like a leash. Turn it off and the game rarely has any info on where you actually need to go or what to do. In Oblivion the quest markers were there but the journal was detailed enough that if you turned them off you can get the idea. Stats don't exist, you merely have health, magicka and stamina. There are no classes, star signs can be changed at a whim and are usually just 'You increase this skill type faster'. This means you can be anything you want at any time, but also that every character will be the same unless you intentionally gimp yourself. Armor was simplified (again) as chest pieces and pants are now the same. The questlines are, for the most part, boring. This is a travesty as even the Brotherhood and Daedric quests are rather ho-hum, which were almost always fun. Spellmaking was removed and enchanting was OK but also nerfed in some ways that reduced creativity. The map, the 3D inventory models, the dual spellcasting, and the smithing were neat.
#242 to #216 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
I had no problems with the quests, and for the classes and stats never really set me back because i always play the same way. So once i found something that worked i just did it again. But I am a little different because i play a really balanced character.
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#235 to #213 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
>Turn on to master difficulty
>I always have to fight something when i am going to a new location. Then after that i just fast travel so it doesn't matter anymore.
>It isn't as casual as most people think because you can still mess up your character by not picking the right talents
That being said i didn't like,
>No spell making
>No damage to weapons and armor.
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#253 to #251 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
After the first dragon you kill i never found one in the wild till about level 20. So they have always been rare for me.
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#261 to #258 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
Mind i always found dragons at like shearpoint and other plaves where they are always at.
#186 to #183 - skyrimrd ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
you are not the only one
#190 to #186 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
Only thing i didn't like was the fact that there was no spell-making.
I enjoyed everything else that they changed.
#224 to #190 - cheno (08/07/2013) [-]
It's because the people who notice the errors/bugs/design decisions, they whine as hard as they can.

The people who doesn't notice these things or simply doesn't give a fuck, they don't voice their opinion as much and therefore it seems like everybody hates it.


Skyrim just beated the last of us in a poll at amazon. People still love and play skyrim, they just don't whine like all the haters do.
#247 to #224 - Darkrin ONLINE (08/07/2013) [-]
I also feel that since you are interacting with the product that any tiny flaw you see you get way more annoyed by than if you're watching a movie or a show.
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