Holy crap, there's actually something IN the country besides grassy plains, hills, swamps and forests that generally all still look the same! Even if it's just mountains, that'll break up the monotony increadibly. --- On "Why are you imprisoned at the beginning of TESV: Skyrim?" "Being the wrong race, at the wrong time."-Irulesmost
ThatGuy274 Posted 1/10/2011 6:27:08 PM
Small much? --- "Birds gotta fly, fish gotta swim and brudda? Haters gonna hate." - SOULd01
Yeah it looks smaller, but that probably means a lot more details and things to do. I for one didn't like every cave, fort, ruins, mines, etc... looking the same as the last one in Oblivion. More variety, more NPCs, smarter NPCs, more wildlife, more immersion, and better draw distance is so much better than just having a bigger world just for the sake of having a big world.
Doomkilla Posted 1/10/2011 6:31:58 PM
I think it's fine. Size matters not, it's how you use it! However, if you're looking for size, go play daggerfall.
inb4that'swhatshesaidandsomerandomhateargumenttryingtojustifywhysizedoesmatter --- The moment man devoured the fruit of knowledge, he sealed his fate... Entrusting his future to the cards, man clings to a dim hope.
Lyricalias Posted 1/10/2011 6:33:08 PM
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BackingMyCrack Posted 1/10/2011 6:34:42 PM
Awesome. --- I can't afford eight balls and I talk to myself on my Facebook wall.
if they take fast travelling away because of the smaller map i think that would be cool --- 95% of CoD players whine about campers. If you're among the 5% who actually enjoy having a still target, put this in your sig
Lyricalias Posted 1/10/2011 6:35:59 PM
Well, it's bigger than Vvardenfell, and so far (excluding Arena and Daggerfall) Morrowind has had the biggest world...
--- Every note and every word, I'm listening! But to this place where destiny is made, why have you come unprepared?