- May 30, 2010
Karma ins't what other people think of you, it's like a sort of moral compass. e.g. If you donate anonymously to a hospital, nobody knows you did it, but you still did a good deed and therefore have more "good" in you.ankensam said:i didnt like the character models or the karma system especially since i was losing karma for stealing the shopkeepers stuff and no one could see me
OT: I'm torn Between Bethesda and bioware, it's like having to pick a favourite child.
Baurus or Garrus?
The Realm of Oblivion or The Impending threat of the reapers?
New Vegas or Omega?
Mr. House or the Illusive Man?
Normandy or Nightmare?
Commander Shepherd or The Vault Dweller?
Incinerate or Flare?
Both are brilliant in their own way, Bethesda's vast open worlds, Bioware's brilliant plots and characters, but whatever I eventually decide upon, I know it's not Square Enix.