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i would have put skyrym up there, but recently i did a re evaluation of bethesda software and came to the conclusion we have been duped, into believing and falling for their hype. From the bugs, to the graphics, physics and AI, really outdated, long load times, encumbered, glitches, half decent story, dragons that look cheaply designed. Fell for the same fiasco in fallout 4, 76. Looking back, there was barely much fun in it at all, just more repetition. Would definitely avoild the enxt few fallout/elder games unless there is a complete over haul of the game design and a new engine built from the ground up only for next gen hardware.



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KratosLives said:
i would have put skyrym up there, but recently i did a re evaluation of bethesda software and came to the conclusion we have been duped, into believing and falling for their hype. From the bugs, to the graphics, physics and AI, really outdated, long load times, encumbered, glitches, half decent story, dragons that look cheaply designed. Fell for the same fiasco in fallout 4, 76. Looking back, there was barely much fun in it at all, just more repetition. Would definitely avoild the enxt few fallout/elder games unless there is a complete over haul of the game design and a new engine built from the ground up only for next gen hardware.

Yeah I kinda agree, even back in 2011 I never understood why people were so full of praise for a game that couldn't run for 10 minutes without a glitch. It's just so damn janky.

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curl-6 said:
KratosLives said:
i would have put skyrym up there, but recently i did a re evaluation of bethesda software and came to the conclusion we have been duped, into believing and falling for their hype. From the bugs, to the graphics, physics and AI, really outdated, long load times, encumbered, glitches, half decent story, dragons that look cheaply designed. Fell for the same fiasco in fallout 4, 76. Looking back, there was barely much fun in it at all, just more repetition. Would definitely avoild the enxt few fallout/elder games unless there is a complete over haul of the game design and a new engine built from the ground up only for next gen hardware.

Yeah I kinda agree, even back in 2011 I never understood why people were so full of praise for a game that couldn't run for 10 minutes without a glitch. It's just so damn janky.

I played it for 105 hours my first run through, no glitches. That was on PS3. 

When I tried playing it on Xbox 360 to review Dawnguard and Dragonborn for the website, it crashed dozens of times in less than 20 hours. 

Everyone has a different experience and some people didn't experience many glitches; furthermore, sometimes the glitches aren't all that bothersome and I, for example, don't mind the occasional glitch if it means I get to enjoy such a serene, huge game. All these years later, I still love just relaxing and questing in Skyrim.



Runa216 said:
curl-6 said:

Yeah I kinda agree, even back in 2011 I never understood why people were so full of praise for a game that couldn't run for 10 minutes without a glitch. It's just so damn janky.

I played it for 105 hours my first run through, no glitches. That was on PS3. 

When I tried playing it on Xbox 360 to review Dawnguard and Dragonborn for the website, it crashed dozens of times in less than 20 hours. 

Everyone has a different experience and some people didn't experience many glitches; furthermore, sometimes the glitches aren't all that bothersome and I, for example, don't mind the occasional glitch if it means I get to enjoy such a serene, huge game. All these years later, I still love just relaxing and questing in Skyrim.

You must have been extraordinarily lucky in your playthrough. The game is legendary for its bugginess.



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curl-6 said:
Runa216 said:

I played it for 105 hours my first run through, no glitches. That was on PS3. 

When I tried playing it on Xbox 360 to review Dawnguard and Dragonborn for the website, it crashed dozens of times in less than 20 hours. 

Everyone has a different experience and some people didn't experience many glitches; furthermore, sometimes the glitches aren't all that bothersome and I, for example, don't mind the occasional glitch if it means I get to enjoy such a serene, huge game. All these years later, I still love just relaxing and questing in Skyrim.

You must have been extraordinarily lucky in your playthrough. The game is legendary for its bugginess.

You should probably read the very second paragraph, becuase right after I said I got lucky, I gave an example where I had a terrible experience, then explained why this matters. 



Runa216 said:
curl-6 said:

You must have been extraordinarily lucky in your playthrough. The game is legendary for its bugginess.

You should probably read the very second paragraph, becuase right after I said I got lucky, I gave an example where I had a terrible experience, then explained why this matters. 

I read it, I was just seconding the luckiness of your PS3 playthrough. But hey, I guess it's one more game you can enjoy that I can't, so more power to you.

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