- Dec 23, 2009
All Bethesda games have massive problems but OP failed to list any of them.
Aylaine said:... bugs. ... CTD ... x.x
Best accidental consecutive post so far this week.lacktheknack said:... Daggerfall ...
I could criticize Oblivion, if it'll make you feel better.PoisonUnagi said:None of the points you just listed apply to ANY of the Elder Scrolls games, except maybe Arena.
Stating opinions as fact does not make for good discourse. F3 and Oblivion are two of my favorite games too and a lot of people feel the same way.Judas Iscariot said:Im sorry. You lost me when you claimed Oblivion was close to the best game ever made.
Seriously... Bethesda games are horseshit. Vanilla Oblivion is crap.
Bethesda does not get credit for fan made content.
What is going on on the Escapist today? People are being so rude and obnoxious. Something in the air?Judas Iscariot said:So... where exactly did I say "Its a well known fact that"
One thing I hate above all others is when people try to discredit someones opinion by trying to insinuate they were claiming its a fact.
But while we are on the subject. Yes. It is a fact that Bethesdas games are absolute shit. And if you like them then well, more fool you.
then just don't use itImbechile said:The problem is that it, along with the compass, kills the charm of exploring the world and also makes the game much shorterthenoblitt said:what's wrong with the fast travel system as soon as you start oblivion you can literally teleport to every single major town, and after you find a new place you can teleport there to
You will now: The combat in Morrowind is SHIT! But the rest of the game is great. I just hate that even Morrowind, a 2003 game, is just as unstable as Oblivion!SL33TBL1ND said:Try Morrowind, I've never heard a bad word spoken about it.
Strange... I keep fast-travelling to graveyards and killing two or three Nightblades, then getting about 32 gold, and having cleared out the entire place...lacktheknack said:In towns, ask "Where can I find - Work?" and look for the recommendation. If a quest is available, the option will appear before the dialog screen.PoisonUnagi said:I really want to get into Daggerfall, but I can't find a way to initiate any quests, or find any dungeons that aren't way too easy... can I get some starter tips?lacktheknack said:Bethesda got it right, then wrecked it... play Daggerfall, where humanoids and undead can open doors, and a fleeing mage can spell-lock the door to gain escape time (it's also only a delay, as all doors can be broken down, at expense of stealth).Paulie92 said:(and seriously who has a lock door spell in a game where only you can go through doors then in the sequel enables enemies to go through doors but gets rid of lock spells... hur dur)
And, well... I don't find the dungeons "too easy"... I keep getting lost for HOURS at a time.
The combat isn't shit, it's just that everyone who ever criticized the game was constantly using sprint.Russian_Assassin said: