Lazeo posted... I tried Akios, it appears I've underestimated the Skyrim board. You may have foiled me this time, but I will return!
*puff of smoke*
COD incorporated the prestige system to help ease the repetition of the game. people who max their rank would likely play COD less, being theres little more to do than shoot people.
Bethesda, however, fixes the repetition problem by letting you build your character at his own pace, branching the gameplay out to different play-styles the player can choose from. Any other play-styles u decide to adopt midway through the game are a lot harder to improve on if they arent your major skills. That means that players aspiring to be "godly" will take a big deal of time reaching that point. Instead of prestige, players can simply start a new game and choose a different set up. You were once a mage, how about an assassin or thief? If you were always sword-bound, try blunt weapons, or archery.
prestige system, i think, would be redundant. More people would just restart a game so they can choose a different skill set, rather than start over again from level one, but with a shiny set of armor...still following the same skills they chose from the get-go
"One minute youve got dead lice falling off your head, the next youre all over the board like ****ing Sea Biscuit!" ~Bad Santa
after drinking a refreshing glass of coca cola, Lanzeo wonders how to annoy the people of this forum "of course!" he shouts to his colleagues, startling them.I will make a comparison of this game to COD."