Thoughts on Skyrim

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the_Butler
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Mon Sep 23, 2013 3:15 pm

When I first read about Skyrim I had 3dsmax open and I was making a bouncin breast mesh for Oblivion. I still haven't played Skyrim though.

Is the game harder than Oblivion? My reflexes are really bad now, just curious because for me to play Oblivion I tend to have to play a 100% sniper and any battle that relies on hack and slash skills I have to go get someone to finish that particular fight for me.

CalvinTailor
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Sat Nov 30, 2013 5:12 am

Alright I am a hardcore gamer. I have sky rim dragon born from eight months. It is a highly awesome game. You must grab a copy today. It has totally awesome moves and you must have a bit larger than medium reflexes to play easily. A possible spoiler ahead. At start you are transported into a fort. At there then you make up your face and name. Afterwards when you are going to be beheaded a scream comes with a dragon.
In this game you can do smithing, mining, farming, alchemy and much more. You poison tour swords by the venom. Kill trolls, giants, witches and many more legendary creatures as you befriend an elf.

FourFire
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Sun Dec 01, 2013 3:46 pm

Arguably Skyrim is easier than Oblivion, for two reasons:

The game has been simplified or "dumbed down" some of oblivion's interesting features such as the spell altar (which could be (ab)used to make awesome OP spells) are not present in skyrim.

The enemies don't scale with your level in the same way.

You can also choose difficulties, but otherwise I think the game is about as hard as Oblivion, just with prettier graphics, dragons and a gimmick special attack system.
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