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Originally posted by m0lly one of these threads where you need to say the oldest game that compnay have made just to be cool.
Nah thats just silly. I couldn't get into Daggerfall. I mean, its was too large and most the space wasn't anything at all. Most people are going to say Morrowind because of how perfect the design of that game was. The reason we've lost many of those elements was because Bethesda was trying out new tech for AI and the stuff was getting process heavy and making development time longer. So we have more "alive" NPCS in a smaller world. Skyrim really refined that element by adding repeat quests to keep the game moving even after you've done the fluff.
If you did a side by side list of what each game had going for it, Morrowind probably sits at the top of the pile for a variety of things. Technology just cannot be awesome enough yet to do all the things Bethesda wants to. Plus they wanna keep changing things up so we don't start feeling like we are playing the same game over and over. Which is wise. I just lament what we've lost is all.
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2.Skyrim second also becouse of its much improved dungeon design and not one is the same.
I like the MODS more in morrowind becouse when i installed one it felt like it realy gave me something more and realy add to game experience.
In skyrim i just click and i have the mod and so many its not realy special at all anymore.
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Originally posted by Gishgeron Originally posted by m0lly one of these threads where you need to say the oldest game that compnay have made just to be cool.
I actually truly like Morrowind a lot more than Oblivion. I never had the GOTY and there were never the big mods for Morrowind when I played. But Morrowind with the graphics overhaul mod looks epic, and think it looks better than Oblivion and art wise...better than Skyrim. And I've sunk more hours into Morrowind than any other game I bought or was gifted in 2012...and I only got (someone/anon on MMORPG.com gifted it to me) Morrowind GOTY a few days ago lol.
If I was to redo my vote, it would go to Morrowind. I've been having a blast.
And one thing I really like, that sold me. Was that quests aren't a "HERE IS AN ARROW! HERE LOOK I'M BLINKING! GO HERE! ARE YOU BLIND?? I"M A BIG ARROW"...and if you turn off the dumb arrow...there is no way to do the quest because the quest journal was 99% removed from the previous games...
you actually have to talk to NPCs for information on quests in Morrowind, and actually explore and investigate to complete the quests. Even Oblivion had a proper quest log, not as good as Morrowind, but it was still good and you could turn off quest markers and still do the quests.
I played WoW up until WotLK, played RoM for 2 years and now Rift.I am F2P player. I support games when I feel they deserve my money and I want the items enough.I don't troll, and I don't take kindly to trolls.
My favorite Bethesda title? Very hard to say since I've liked their RPGs a whole lot when they're released, and I often come back to them. In that last regard, Fallout 3 so far has been the most frequent "going back home" kind of gaming.
Another thing worth mentioning is Bethesda titles and mods. Most especially since Morrowind, their RPGs have gotten alot of mod attention as the years progressed. Oblivion, Fallout 3 (FONV is not made by Bethesda), and Skyrim have received a tremedous amount of mods. For me, Mods + Bethesda RPGs go hand in hand.
Note: I also cannot recommend Vanilla Oblivion. If there was one thing about that game that killed it for me, it was the obscene levelling the game does as you progress. Essentially it kills any sense of progression you make with your character. This is most especially true for my friends that played the console version of Oblivion, and none of them have ever beat that version of Oblivion. Me, I just quite playing Oblivion until some mods did heavily tweaked that game's levelling feature.
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