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Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Shakermaker, Dec 12, 2010.
Anyone try either of the two Skyrim War mods?
I've installed the Nexus Mod Manager for not everything is on Steam whatever yet. Let's see if it works!
Completed both the Main Quest and the Civil War last night, I was shocked by how short they both are when you actually stop dicking around in dungeons en route to them both. Both were poorly written and uninspiringly staged (in a Bethesda game?! Who knew!) but I've enjoyed the game overall.
I have a bunch of unfinished guild quest lines, but I think I'm going to put the game on ice until there's some sign of the DLC, preferably resolving post-Civil War Skyrim and hopefully catering for the silly high-level game I ended up playing (At level 57, armoured like a tank, most non-magic skirmishes gave me about 3 minutes of being attacked before I'd have to pop a potion. I was grinding through the levels on one-handed / two-handed even though I'd invested no perks in them. It's a testament to the combat that this was still fun, though it's probably a weakness in the game's actual RPG credentials).
And so the franchise dies.
I still have not beaten this game.... :\
I lost interest in this game.
>implying it wasn't already dead
Nope. Nope nope nope. Can't make it work. Its going to be a completely different game shoehorned into TES' setting.
That... actually seems pretty good. The question is, how much money?
Also, no PC?
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: The Sims
Pretty cheap really, could've been worse. I was expecting at least $10
Same. If I hadnt already deleted Skyrim after an exhaustive playthrough, I might have bought it. You snooze you lose Bethesda.
Cool I bet this will be really well made and fleshed out and ultimately satisfying.
Still doesn't turn me into a thunder dragon. Thus, still not interested.
I wonder how long till they're done releasing all this DLC nonsense and I can pick up a GOTYE.