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#31 - "New phone who dis?"  [+] (1 reply) 12/03/2016 on Shitposting to The Entire... +13
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#61 - tenaciouslee (12/03/2016) [-]
"New office who dis?"
#300 - I know how you feel.  [+] (1 reply) 11/26/2016 on Whats the one thing you... +1
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#307 - trollinggenius (11/26/2016) [-]
#42 - I think that's like half the point of it. You always think yo…  [+] (2 replies) 11/25/2016 on Woke +10
#62 - anon (11/25/2016) [-]
That's nihilism.
#64 - anon (11/25/2016) [-]
Not exactly. Nihilism is more about life being meaningless and values baseless. You're right that a part of nihilism is the "nothing can be known" psychology.

A better fit is ontological agnosticism since it's core is that nothing can be known with certainty i.e. no belief should be held 100%
#107 - There is a little more to this. The Hist can change the Argon…  [+] (1 reply) 11/20/2016 on Histskin OP, Please Nerf 0
#120 - hassoutobi (11/20/2016) [-]
So they drove the daedra out, beat the shit out of them in their own turf, then left?

And Nords think they're the best race...
#32 - Well, to be fair, on computers that aren't great, a lot of NPC…  [+] (2 replies) 11/16/2016 on Game Logic +11
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#46 - lovot (11/16/2016) [-]
NV has a horrible, terrible game engine that apparently barely works. As computers get more powerful, game engines get less efficient at utilizing that power, particularly on multicore systems.
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#40 - Fgner (11/16/2016) [-]
Honestly I don't think we can blame the computing power anymore. That may have been the case when the engine was first made, but not today. Plenty of games handle far more complex AI, plenty of games handle vast numbers of enemies, plenty of games handle more dynamic and complex game worlds (ie physics, dynamic interaction, etc).

The problems Skyrim and Fallout share are caused almost solely by the fact that the engine is a God-awful patched-up stitched together nightmare - for the past decade all they've done is slap shinier lipstick on their pig. That doesn't mean they're bad, that doesn't mean their technical team is bad, but it's just why those games don't feel quite right.

With the (further?) revamped engine in Fallout 4, you can feel a lot of those problems getting worked out.