strange_guy posted...Mixorz posted...What's funny is most these PC gamers don't even have Facebook. I guess you need friends for that.
^translation= "That was a really stupid and childish post"
I'm on your side guy.
Sorry baby, I was off being a swan for Leda. She loves that kinky stuff.
Sorry, misread that. Thought you were saying that my comment was the mad and butthurt one.
Stupid is when you spend 18 hours trying to drown a fish.
Freedan the Eternal posted...JustThink1st posted...Jumped to the end! Just wanted to add my two cents that I pretty much agree with TC. I personally don't have a lot of time to invest in many different games. I play two or three main games during a period of time generally and Skyrim has fallen out of my favor. Probably one of my favorite games of all time but the dlc so far was uninspiring (look me in the eye and tell me vampires and/or werewolves arent the most beaten to death thing in entertainment right now). With nothing to draw me in Skyrim falls by the wayside as I get involved in Borderlands 2 and Halo 4. Ill dabble in AC3 and Black Ops 2 and by then Bioshock Infinite will be out and Skyrim will be a memory.
Okay, that's a completely different argument. The game balance is a known issue. But not wanting to start a new character from scratch has nothing to do with your original statement that you "don't have the time." You pretty much invalidated your entire argument, what little you had, by changing your meaning entirely to argue my point.
So, now your argument is that Dawnguard was too easy. Well, you could have turned up the difficulty. Maybe you could have not used game breaking enchantments and equipment. There's too many unknowns for me to guess without you exactly telling me how your character was built, but I can almost guarantee that the game being too easy is your own fault in some way or another. Shouldn't you be happy about that, anyway, since you "don't have enough time" and an easier game goes faster? Your two arguments, now put together, contradict each other. Nice job.
Of course she flew through the air! You can see it right there! Whooooooooosh! - Phoenix Wright
First LunaKight and now Mixorz?
I think you and rebek smell of elder berries.
The road goes ever on and on....
I thought playing Dawnguard on Novice was hard enough as it is. I was a stealth character and at some points during Dawnguard I chose not to use stealth. I used one handed and because I was mainly a stealth character and just wanted to use one handed during certain points during the game. So I did have a challenge even playing on Novice. Why? Because the skills level as you use them. I didn't change the difficulty because for me, I didn't need to nor did I want to. I did struggle at certain points so I didn't think Dawnguard was easy by any means.
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also tc you seem to have conveniently forgotten dawnguard >>
it seems only i can prevent forest fires O.O i should probably be getting on that...
Don't play Halo.
Don't care about Blops
Wasn't interested in the BL2 DLC
AC3 Is dull. I'm finding it very boring. Their alternate "what if" SP DLC is a a dumb idea.
Don't play MP (ever, for any game) so Skyrim's DLC is great for me.
@Freedan and his ilk. Hey schleppo, if you're gonna come to the party, bring a gift. You make no sense. Of course I pick and choose what to play. I can't play every game or watch every movie or read every book. And I stated that although I love Skyrim, it's not offering me an enticing reason to keep playing when new games are out that are offering fresh and unique experiences for me. So it's almost not an arguable point that perhaps Bethesda could have had a more comprehensive plan for expanding the game to keep players playing (and buying the content!) and drawing new owners in.
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"You're a total wuss."
darkportal785 posted...First LunaKight and now Mixorz?
Naw. We smell like victory.
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