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 How the ES series has and has NOT dumbed down.

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PostSubject: How the ES series has and has NOT dumbed down.    Mon Apr 15, 2013 4:33 pm

Interesting videos with brilliant commentary.

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PostSubject: Re: How the ES series has and has NOT dumbed down.    Mon Apr 15, 2013 5:47 pm

He has good points. However I started with Oblivion and complained about it to a friend who was a Morrowind fan. He presuaded me to get Morrowind. I loved it. Sure it wasn't perfect but what game is? I then went back to Oblivion and with mods learned to love that game but only with mods.

I think the the thing I dislike most about Oblivion and Skyrim is that you can do everything, be everything. Skyrim very slightly improves that with some quest options. Morrowind wasn't perfect in that area either as you could join both religious groups but there was some conflict between the factions.

In Skyrim I just do not feel that being Dragonborn is really important. I have never been able to play that quest line seriously. I love the open world being explore wherever you wish. The constant need for patching that sometimes brought as much as it fixed didn't help because it messed up the modders. I would install a mod only to have it broken with the next patch. The main thing I didn't like with the voice acting was I expected more variation. Many more VAers were used and yet the still sounded the same to me. The use of so called Standard American accent was boring. Considering the variety of accents we have in this country I do not understand why they couldn't find people who had various accents.

He does an excellent job in my opinion with the Third video and the actual dumping down.

Thank you, Sim, for posting this.

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