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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#4 - faggotishshit
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#67 to #4 - anon id: 3da1d197
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or rockstar i suppose or gear box (at the very least for borderlands)
User avatar #95 to #4 - chiktikkavaspaus
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Except in reality his meal was infested with bugs. We all still ate it, and liked it though.
User avatar #96 to #95 - faggotishshit
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So true
User avatar #198 to #4 - seratyo
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What's that? You want some Armour for your horse too? Another 10 bucks please...
#204 to #4 - anon id: 422a29d6
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Except the DLC is like $20, and in the sale the DLC costs more than the actual game.
User avatar #218 to #4 - cshp
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>Horse armor dlc
User avatar #72 to #4 - chimpaflimp
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Apart from when they only released 3 of the promised 8 major Skyrim DLC because they were working on their WoW clone.
User avatar #97 to #72 - torkildsen
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Who, Bethesda? They have almost nothing to do with the "Wow-clone" you idiot. They are probably working on Fallout 4, if you would actually know anything about the matter.
#176 to #97 - matttimm
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Fallout 4?
User avatar #98 to #97 - chimpaflimp
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>Bethesda owns Elder Scrolls
>ESO not made by Bethesda.
I sense a flaw in your comment.
#101 to #98 - Lotias
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It's made by ******* Zenimax, not Bethesda.
#163 to #101 - anon id: 0487ab0a
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Didn't Bethesda own Zenimax last time I checked....
User avatar #168 to #163 - awesomanium
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It's actually the other way around - ZeniMax is Bethesda's parent company.
#144 to #101 - hurrdurka
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#156 to #98 - bann
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Fear not, Bethesda has confirmed that they're actually heavily involved in ESO

Also there have been no announcements for Fallout 4, it's wishful thinking that they're working on that.
User avatar #113 to #98 - chimpaflimp
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They still own the Elder Scrolls franchise. They still allowed it to be made. Also, if the Bethesda developers themselves didn't make the game, they have no excuse for not released the other promised DLC because they weren't busy with anything.
#150 to #113 - anon id: 34d1ead4
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you seem to know a lot about bethesdas inner workings
User avatar #74 to #72 - boogyshadow
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and that they promised the first dlc would be shivering isles-like in size.
User avatar #75 to #74 - chimpaflimp
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I have never played Shivering Isles, because I am 15 and therefore have only played Skyrim. Compared to, say, Dragonborn DLC, how big is it? Also, the fact that there's quest text for Rune in the Thieves' Guild but no actual quest really pisses me off.
User avatar #76 to #75 - boogyshadow
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Shivering isles is just a bit bigger than Dragonborn.
User avatar #78 to #76 - chimpaflimp
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Oh, OK. I've got to say, I was disappointed with the storylines for both Dragonborn and Dawnguard. They were both "there's this bad guy, who's, like, really really old, and he wants to rule this place, so, um, kill him or something". Also, Farengar summed up most of Skyrims' quests with one sentence when you ask him for info about the quest to get the Dragonstone, where he said that the quest is pretty much to: "Delve deep into an an ancient and possibly dangerous ruin to retrieve an artefact that may or may not actually be there".
User avatar #183 to #78 - VIsForVendetta
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Seriously man, get yourself a copy of Oblivion and all of it's expansions. You will not be disappointed!
#89 to #75 - anon id: 4fc65820
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Erm sorry but how does being 15 matter in playing an awesome game? I myself prefer oblivion to skyrim and think you should download TES IV: Oblivion ASAP.
#215 to #89 - anon id: c211a723
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And I for one prefer Morrowind out of all the Elder Scrolls games.
#7 - gayboard
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Don't like the DLC? Don't buy it.
Don't like the game? Don't buy it.
Don't want to support a publisher/developer? Don't buy their games.

Don't pirate it either, that just shows you want their game but you'd just rather steal it.
#157 to #7 - lamarisagoodname
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(sucks you're on the wrong end of the funnyjunk effect, you don't deserve all those red thumbs) if it's easier to risk pirating the game and getting a virus and a buggy game without updates than pay for the game itself, people are going to choose that road instead. I bought Red Alert 3 and installed it on one computer and had to register it and make an origin account. When I got a new computer, origin didn't keep my CD key and I had to go through the hell known as EA customer support to end up wasting my time and not getting the stupid game. Next thing I did was pirate the entirety of the EA RTS catalog and not feel a little damn bit of remorse   
   
In the end the first three instructions you're giving are already done, but don't vilify someone for deciding it's better to pirate the game instead of buy it. Steam has far less DRM than Origin (I mean steam workshop, dammit) yet they easily quadruple their sales
(sucks you're on the wrong end of the funnyjunk effect, you don't deserve all those red thumbs) if it's easier to risk pirating the game and getting a virus and a buggy game without updates than pay for the game itself, people are going to choose that road instead. I bought Red Alert 3 and installed it on one computer and had to register it and make an origin account. When I got a new computer, origin didn't keep my CD key and I had to go through the hell known as EA customer support to end up wasting my time and not getting the stupid game. Next thing I did was pirate the entirety of the EA RTS catalog and not feel a little damn bit of remorse

In the end the first three instructions you're giving are already done, but don't vilify someone for deciding it's better to pirate the game instead of buy it. Steam has far less DRM than Origin (I mean steam workshop, dammit) yet they easily quadruple their sales
#80 to #7 - hudis
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I'd rather just steal it.
I'd rather just steal it.
#66 to #7 - alphagex
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Don`t like the taste of a sandwich defeat it.
#10 to #7 - hudge
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Maybe I like the game, and don't want to pay twice for **** that should be in it in the first place.
User avatar #11 to #10 - gayboard
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Making games is expensive, dude.
#12 to #11 - hudge
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This argument again?

For ****** sake.
#13 to #12 - gayboard
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How dare I say that making video games is expensive.
#14 to #13 - hudge
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#16 to #14 - gayboard
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I'm not sure what exactly you were trying to show, it just brought me to a bunch of videos.

But to give you an idea, here are some helpful links.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Video_game_development#Overview

vgsales.wikia.com/wiki/Most_expensive_video_games

I'm not saying you can't be mad over BAD DLC, what i'm trying to say is how people complain, then go and buy these bad DLCs.
Like, how many times are people going to bend over and take it before they learn that buying these games and DLCs from these people is only going to make them put out more of those games and DLCs.

In short, don't be an idiot, buy smart and vote with your wallet. Don't like ****** companys making ****** games? There are plenty of good indie devs who would happily have your support.
#17 to #16 - hudge
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I'm not mad at bad DLC.

I'm mad at being charged for "DLC" that's actually something that's supposed to be in the game to start with.

Like "Ranger Mode" in Metro: Last Light. $5 for a difficulty level is garbage.

Don't even get me started on Sim ******* City.
User avatar #22 to #17 - vicsix
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The biggest pisser is DLC that isn't actually content, but just a key to unlock **** that was already on the game. AAA developers do this **** a lot.
User avatar #18 to #17 - gayboard
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I don't like that either, but Companies do it because they know people will still buy it and get away with it.
User avatar #19 to #18 - hudge
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So, what kind of argument are you even making here?
User avatar #20 to #19 - gayboard
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Something about evil corporations and the government putting spy cameras in the drinking fountains. I dunno I can't remember, nor do I care anymore.
#90 to #20 - doctorhorrible
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#145 to #20 - rihardololz
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User avatar #146 to #145 - gayboard
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k lol
#175 to #20 - nickypickle
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and there's the finisher. disregard the entire argument for the sake of contempt
#63 to #20 - anon id: 36f9f04c
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I don't even care and I wasn't even a part of the conversation
#21 - SteyrAUG
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How DLC evolved through the years.
#60 to #21 - anon id: d2b20526
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The 2005 Expansion pack makes no sense.

It's there, why would you buy it again?
User avatar #64 to #60 - haker
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its more of the same.
User avatar #62 to #60 - mutzaki
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I'm pretty sure it comments on that DLC back then was the exact same thing as the actual game.
#65 - zomitlu
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'nuff said
#94 to #65 - rollmania
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Best DLC of this decade so far. It was basically a whole new game, and a great one.
User avatar #189 to #94 - germed
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I wouldn't say decade by a longshot, it could get DLC of the year, but it was nowhere near as good as RDR: undead nightmare.
Those hardly even count anyway since they are standalone. if we're talking about actual DLC I think something like Borderlands is a decent candidate, same with mass effect.
#193 to #189 - rollmania
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I guess it goes down to personal preferences but so far this DLC and DAO/ME/Fallout 3 DLCs where the only DLCs worth getting for me to this day. And this one is the best out of them for me. Sadly I never really played RDR.
User avatar #195 to #193 - germed
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You should definitely get into RDR, it's a fantastic game and IMO it's better than GTA5, it's actually the only Rockstar game I ever got 100% on. so much flower picking ;_;
Maybe I'm just bored of open world shooters, Watch Dogs looks promising but it's been delayed so many times. I'm assuming it's because they didn't want to release at the same time as GTA5 since that's pretty much the worst thing you can even do.
#202 to #195 - rollmania
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GTA V ended up being quite a great game after all, except those server problems, but that can be fixed. I for some reason feel Watch_Dogs will be a bad game, like open world but nothing to do, repetitive quests, etc. RDR looks good, plus I'm a big fan of Wild West (Clint Eastwood's movies ftw). I'll have to order it asap. Thank you, sir.
User avatar #69 to #65 - shinku
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Man that was a good ******* dlc.
User avatar #104 to #65 - admiralen
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not really a dlc, that **** was standalone, you didnt need fc3 for it
User avatar #111 to #104 - cheatman
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DLC Stands for 'Downloadable Content', which it was, If it said it was an Addon, then it'd be a different story.

Still Awesome DLC though, same with Red Dead Undead nightmare.
User avatar #128 to #111 - admiralen
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might be so, but you can buy physical copies of almost all addons but still call them dlc
User avatar #227 to #128 - cheatman
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All depends if it was made to be DOWNLOADED in the first place, but read the other post to admiralen to get a clear idea what I mean.
User avatar #228 to #227 - cheatman
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****, I meant wackywolf, the **** did I put your name for?
User avatar #70 to #65 - jordoguy
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Dem tutorials
#5 - sienimies
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Except Dishonored.
User avatar #6 to #5 - thenewgizmobox
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i thought, while it was good to have a whole other story for the DLC. it was still too short to actually get into anything.
#216 to #5 - anon id: 18807a31
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and gta iv
User avatar #85 to #5 - zomitlu
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Maybe so, but the DLC rapes you with bonus **** like money and whale charms in the main story campaign which kinda ruined the difficulty for me
User avatar #186 to #85 - germed
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I loved dishonored but it was so damn short, and even on the hardest difficulty it was a cakewalk. It did take me a while before I managed to get the 'never detected, no kills' achievement though since the kill animations are so cool sometimes you just can't help yourself.
User avatar #9 to #5 - sineztro
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and borderlands
User avatar #8 - furiousfarts
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DLC-grade content used to come in free patches, simultaneously fixing the game and adding content.
Thanks obama. (And **** you Bethesda)
User avatar #23 to #8 - vicsix
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Bethesda DLC is almost always fair for it's price and it's content. What's your problem?
User avatar #25 to #23 - heartlessrobot
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Well, the Dragonbone weapons should have been in vanilla skyrim, and the dragon bone armor should have started out being the best, don't know why it wasn't at first.
User avatar #26 to #25 - vicsix
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Because dragon bone is thousands of years old and while killing the dragon with axes and magic to acquire the bones, they were probably damaged in the process.
User avatar #27 to #26 - heartlessrobot
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Magick wouldn't damage the bones, and they're magick flying lizards, why shouldn't their bones be stronger than armor made from black wood and daemon hearts?
User avatar #28 to #27 - vicsix
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In the Elder Scrolls universe, Ebony isn't wood but extremely dense glass. uesp.net/wiki/Lore:Ebony And because, while dragons are magic, daedric blood is just as, if not more powerful,
User avatar #29 to #28 - vicsix
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Than that of a dragon. (sorry ****** that up)
User avatar #30 to #29 - heartlessrobot
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Right, but even Daedra cannot invade Sovngarde, nor can they KILL a soul.
User avatar #31 to #30 - vicsix
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Only one dragon can invade Sovngarde if I'm correct. (I don't understand the kill a soul part, sorry.)
User avatar #32 to #31 - heartlessrobot
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Actually, any dragon can, but the one wouldn't let the others do it. And he ATE their ******* souls dude. Pretty sure that kills them.
User avatar #33 to #32 - vicsix
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Actually, I think that just gathers their essence and power inside of him, not kills them. And that does help, but I'm fairly certain Daedra can't enter Sovngarde because they aren't bound to the human world, and are bound to Oblivion, the opposite of Sovngarde.
User avatar #34 to #33 - heartlessrobot
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Those little bitches have to wait for me to summon them to sovngarde. A human can indefinitely bind a daedra to his will, he can only bind a dragon for a short period of time. And when confronting Clavicus Vile, he states that he cannot make you any more powerful as it would make you more powerful than him. He's a ******* Daedric Prince, and the Dragonborn is on par with him.
User avatar #35 to #34 - vicsix
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Clavicus Vile shows his power with that though. He has the ability to imbue you with more power than him, and he is a Daedric Prince. And with my first comment, against furiousfarts, I was more referring to the Fallout series. Bethesda had made buggy masterpeices with those 2 games if you ask me.
User avatar #37 to #35 - heartlessrobot
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And Yeah, fallout 3 DLC was decent. Though, I wish there was a way to get the guns more powerful, like you upgrade weapons in skyrim.
User avatar #38 to #37 - vicsix
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Upgrade your small guns skill like mad. And this was their first try at a Fallout game, so they couldn't do everything everybody wanted. They started the Elder Scrolls though, and have had 5 installments. Bethesda has had time to experiment and work with that game. The fact that they made Fallout 3 as good as it is, is proof of Bethesda's game creating abilities.
User avatar #40 to #38 - heartlessrobot
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I wish they'd have kept all the different weapon types from the previous elder scrolls games. Never got to try those out. And magick needs to be stronger.
User avatar #42 to #40 - vicsix
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Magick was OP as **** in the beginning, wasn't it? And yeah, true, not much weaponry. In Oblivion you could get a sword that changed color and ability depending on if it was day or night. I didn't really care for Elder Scrolls games to be honest, always bored me.
User avatar #44 to #42 - heartlessrobot
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It took more than your entire magick meter to kill a single enemy.
User avatar #45 to #44 - vicsix
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****. Well, that's the extent of my elders scrolls knowledge, so I guess I forfeit.
User avatar #83 to #45 - RandomAnonGuy
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He's not quite right but he's not wrong either. Magic was underpowered in the late game for skyrim, but that could be offset with enchanting. If you chose the right perks, you could get a set of armor with free spells for two branches of magic, without cheating. Destruction and restoration were my choice so that I didn't die while I waited for the enemies to melt.
#165 to #44 - killerdeath
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If magic is extremely effective when used with other things. Personally, I sneak around with an invisibility spell in one hand and a daedric dagger in the other. With the special gloves from cicero, I can sneak up on someone with out being seen then slit their throat for 30 times damage with all the sneak skill perks.
User avatar #36 to #35 - heartlessrobot
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I'm pretty sure a being cannot give more power than he has though.
User avatar #39 to #36 - vicsix
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Well, think of it this way. If you already have the power you have, and then he upgrades you with the same amount he has, you would be higher, correct?
User avatar #41 to #39 - heartlessrobot
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I suppose, but he states that you are almost as powerful as him already.
User avatar #43 to #41 - vicsix
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Well, you do have the blood of a dragon coursing through you, and you just happen to be able to use any magick ever created.
User avatar #46 to #43 - heartlessrobot
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Well, think of it this way. You start off as nobody, then you actually apply yourself to every art of war known to man and mer. Anybody in-game could do it, you actually do it.
User avatar #47 to #46 - vicsix
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Yeah, but the inherent ability to use any magick is in all the games, why are you special? If everyone can do this, why don't they? I know, people are lazy, but why doesn't ulfric learn how to light extreme fires, or the Imperials learn better moves than *stab stab*?
User avatar #77 to #47 - heartlessrobot
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Shouts are completely different. No man nor mer can learn them OTHER than Nords and the Dragonborn. They're something their ancestors were given to fight the dragons, so it is seen as honorable.
#57 to #47 - Qweeaf
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(in reply to #49) Ulfric wasn't really a "regular person," he was chosen by the Greybeards to become one of them; he trained with them for 10 years until he joined the Legion to fight in the Great War.
User avatar #50 to #47 - heartlessrobot
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He, like many nords, fears magick. He hates it. He would not use such a witch weapon. And it's 3 am, I should be in bed.
User avatar #51 to #50 - vicsix
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No, we're gonna figure this **** out. Would a shout not be considered magic? You are screaming words that can completely eviscerate people after all.
User avatar #48 to #47 - heartlessrobot
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Because, Ulfric is an ass. And people have to farm, and raise their family. And they're too pussy to put their life on the line for epic gains. Plus a lot of people are afraid of magick. As they should be.
User avatar #49 to #48 - vicsix
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Just because you have a family doesn't mean you can't learn magick. And you could just learn basics, like fire ball, or an electric attack. They could even use them for household chores. Need to light a fire? Just point your ****** palm at that tree! Need to preserve meat? Ice beam that bitch! Also Ulfric was able to learn how to shout, that's pretty ******* amazing for a regular person. He definitely could learn how to use fire.
User avatar #59 to #23 - furiousfarts
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My problem with bethesda is that their horse armor DLC for oblivion basically popularized the whole DLC thing, and now they and other developers are even withholding content that is ready at release just so they can make money off of it as a DLC later on.
Thats some greedy ass ****. Devs used to be about making sweet games, not about making money.
#100 - RyanTheLeet
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User avatar #136 to #100 - sanguinesolitude
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if the game get's released and they are already selling DLC, then yes that isn't an add on, that is part of the game you chose to hold back. Now DLC that comes 6 months or a year later and adds on to the game, that is more like what we used to call an expansion pack. Boo to the first, yay to the second.
#123 - ariplayer
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(12/28/2013) [-]
i'm sorry, i can't hear you over my glorious Bethesda DLC's
User avatar #161 to #123 - fizzor
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Excluding FO3's DLC. Most of those were mediocre.
User avatar #185 to #161 - MatthewsGauss
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but dawnguard was ******* awesome and dragonborn was very detailed
User avatar #211 to #161 - SteyrAUG
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You never played the shivering isles did you?
User avatar #221 to #211 - fizzor
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I'm talking about Fallout 3's DLC, smart guy. All the other DLC Bethesda has released on its other games are of high quality, but 3/5 of FO3's DLC are boring crap. Point Lookout and Broken Steel were good. The rest, not so much.
User avatar #224 to #221 - SteyrAUG
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It's funny how much a comma and period look alike when all the context clues point to it being a comma.
User avatar #222 to #161 - fizzor
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Guys. I'm talking about FO3's DLC alone, hence why I exclude it from the otherwise great DLC Bethesda has created for its other games. Don't get your panties in a bunch.
User avatar #233 to #222 - ariplayer
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you should work on your punctuation, because i interpreted your comment in the exact opposite way...
User avatar #220 to #161 - ariplayer
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dude are you ******** me???

i have all the three dlcs for skyrim and they are all amazing for the price.
dragonborn dlc was a whooole other game dude!!! dawnguard was big already and now there is a skyrim legendary edition for 40 euros with all the dlcs + original game.

bethesda's dlc's are just ridiculously huge, especially for the price at which they are sold. by far the best dlc quality to dlc cost belongs to bethesda, hands down.
User avatar #203 to #161 - xxTheJesterxx
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I loved all the Fallout 3 DLC's (other than Mothership Zeta). Point Lookout is one of the very best DLC's I've ever played, and I liked all of the others ones quite a bit. Whenever I started a new game in Fallout 3 the thing I was most excited for was being able to do the DLC's again. Broken Steel is another one of the best I've ever played, that added hours upon hours of gameplay. The only game that made equal or better DLC's was oblivion, and that was mainly due to Shivering Isles.
User avatar #160 to #123 - darthblam
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I consider them to be more like actual expansion packs rather than just DLC's.
#86 - markonj
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I see it more like this.
#135 to #86 - killerofcows
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I would be fine with that
#92 - shamusogrady
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This was some good ****
User avatar #208 to #92 - SlashOfGNR
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**** yeah! Some of the most intense video game combat experiences were had in that game.