- Jul 14, 2011
I put something like 100 hours in. I kept making new characters and builds, trying to see if anything felt DIFFERENT, because it was fun for awhile and then boring.Lucem712 said:Skyrim is very special, where people can go in 40, or 80 hours and say, 'man that sucked.' when normally a person would sit down with a game for an hour or two and say, 'this sucks'.
I found that more role-playing and giving yourself rules to stand by help, so there's that. Sometimes you have to give a little to have some more fun, as the older generation would say, 'you kids have no imagination'.
I'd pause outside of crypts and said "I really just don't want to fight more zombies. It's just a hassle."
But the real game breaker for me was, I could be the Thane of all the cities, the Archmage of the magical people's place, and yet nobody gave a fuck. My actions had no god damned consequences, the world didn't change for me even though I was putting in lots of damn effort.
That and you can't kill any NPC's except some worthless guys in an inn. If they let me just waltz into the Jarl's castle, why can't I shoot the smug bastard with an arrow from the entrance? LET ME KILL HIM AND DEAL WITH THE CONCEQUENCES. I will fight my way out of the damn city! At least Fallout NV let me kill anyone I wanted.