- Oct 11, 2010
No matter what game I play, I wont play the evil side. I know they are just NPC's but I still feel guilty if I do something mean.
That's impossible! I, sir, call this a lie! (Unless I have misunderstood epicly.)whtkid6969 said:Something i did in COD after my internet being down for about 48 hours was i tried to not die. If i DID Die, then i would have to restart the entire the entire thing. I was on Vetern. I was in tears of joy when i finally got it. I must admit that the ending was a crap-load better after that much work.
You remind me of my friend who role plays like a *****. Even before swimming in Oblivion, he takes all his armour off, and then puts it back on afterwards. He listens to every speech without skipping it.Unia said:In Oblivion I always switch my Dark Brotherhood gear to civilian clothes in towns, despite the fact nobody notes or cares what I wear. I used to have a seperate armor even for just hunting deer in the wilderness because I imagined my superiors would not be happy with me using the sacred tools of the Night Mother for something so trivial.
I have waited so long for another RTS that would actually let me build a base, and I don't mean a base in terms of SC2. I mean pave the ground with concrete, set up walls, mount turrets next to automatic security checkpoints. No, I don't see that happening. RTS don't let you build a base, they let you build a series of manufacturing plants and a resource hub.Kiefer13 said:6. In RTS games, I always like to take time when possible to build up my base in a way that looks nice rather than just randomly placing buildings around. This was best shown in games like Command & Conquer: Tiberian Sun, which had buildable walls and gates. I'd usually spend ages making massive bases with different sections and security checkpoints and stuff.
Of Course, gotta be =)Fiad said:Apparently it is a best seller in Cyrodiil. All the hype with book clubs.Pikey Mikey said:I don't understand why approximately 25% (excaduration) of the population reads that book =)Fiad said:In Oblivion I made it a goal to get a copy of every book in the game. Have about 3/4 of them. Also always have a copy of The Lusty Argonian Maid on my character. Why? No clue.
Same with me! I don't like helmets at all simply for cosmetic reasons XD It may have +8 Magic, but I like seeing my character's faceSpygon said:I dont wear helmets in RPG as i think it looks ridiculous as i just imagine the other characters saying "sorry what i can not understand a word your saying take off that stupid helmet when your talking"
The remove helmet option in cutscenes i felt is such a good idea.