Well that's highly irritating (Re: TES:O and lore)

#241rx54Posted 1/30/2013 7:02:41 PM
clone11 posted...
rx54 posted...
clone11 posted...
rx54 posted...
The_Beer_Scotch posted...
With the pickle analogy then... sure I couldntake the oickles out. But the juice would have alreadybaltered the taste.


arghdshjhsfkaslfk;a

Stop making me think.
This is making me hungry.

And it's more like the pickles are an option to put on.

I hate Call of Duty but as an example, you never have to play it's multiplayer if you do not want to.
I certainly do not, I do not want those pickles on my burger.
If I wanted them though, I could choose to play multiplayer.

Your over analyzing is destroying my analogies.

I hope I have perfected it though.
Single player = burger
Multiplayer = pickles

The pickles are not already placed on the burger to be taken off, they are an option there that could be put on if ever desired.

You could play Assassins Creed and never touch the multiplayer if you didn't want.
Aka eat the burger and never decide to put pickles on it.

Now stahp


Call of Duty is a horrible example. When you pay for the game and get to the end of a single-player that can be completed in four hours because most of the focus of the development time went into the multiplayer, you see just how much the multiplayer does affect the singleplayer aspect of a game.

Even if you do two separate teams for each, like Assassin's Creed, you still only have a limited amount of money and resources at your disposal. If you think Assassin's Creed's singleplayer hasn't been affected by the inclusion of multiplayer, then you must not have played the glitch ridden release of AC3. I firmly belief the lack of Q&A on that game is largely due to resources being diverted to create the multiplayer. In fact, that entire game feels rushed as it is.

Except dat navel combat. :3

I'm ranting though, the point isn't that we'd be forced to play multiplayer if they added it to the main series of TES games, we know we wouldn't. The point is that the inclusion of multiplayer would likely negatively affect the single-player aspect of the game. Money used to create a multiplayer system in TES:VI would be better spent hiring more unique voice actors for characters. Or perhaps more bug testers, since glitches are such a huge problem for people in these games.

I apologize for the length of my post.


I suppose I suppose I suppose....

Despite all of this though it has been pulled off by some games without any damage.
Dead Space 3 coming up for example has a co-op story type thing and I highly doubt that will ruin the series. I believe a F.E.A.R game had basically what sounds like the exact same thing Dead Space 3 is doing, I never played it though.


Oh, yeah. Can it be done and be done right? Of course.

Mostly depends on the game. Dead Space and F.E.A.R. are largely linear, making it far easier to program. With TES, I just don't see it as a possibility. Too many variables. An MMO was a good idea though, even though I personally don't think it was done for the right reasons or that it will turn out to be anything special.


I believe a simple drop-in/drop-out co-op system would work quite easily with Skyrim.
Your friend could join your game session with their character, and the enemies and loot could be adjusted to the average level between you and your friends character.

What about them stealing loot and stuff you could get? Don't have d-bag friends.
There could be missions where it would be 1 person only and they would have to drop out.
Saints Row 3 had this coop system
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#242youshallbeasgodPosted 1/30/2013 7:26:18 PM
^^^^^^^
Thank Talos for 5 quotes limit.
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#243RebelElite791(Topic Creator)Posted 1/30/2013 7:44:53 PM
Let's get back to whining about TES:O please.
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#244youshallbeasgodPosted 1/30/2013 7:48:14 PM
RebelElite791 posted...
Let's get back to whining about TES:O please.


You're playing the beta?
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#245RebelElite791(Topic Creator)Posted 1/30/2013 7:48:51 PM
youshallbeasgod posted...
RebelElite791 posted...
Let's get back to whining about TES:O please.


You're playing the beta?


Nah. Signed up for it though
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#246youshallbeasgodPosted 1/30/2013 7:58:42 PM
Well that's just a blatant contradiction.

Just wait for it and you'll end fighting Dark Sithis as a super powerful boss along with 3000 players.
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#247Curved_Sw0rdPosted 1/30/2013 8:02:21 PM
Premium Dwemer.

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#248kamahl25Posted 1/30/2013 8:05:02 PM
The_Beer_Scotch posted...
rx54 posted...
The_Beer_Scotch posted...
rx54 posted...
The logic of loremasters:
> Complain the idea of any multiplayer or co-op ever being in any Elder Scrolls game would be absolutely terrible
> Fully multiplayer Elder Scrolls game coming out and the multiplayer is magically no longer a problem, the lore is


The idea of multiplayer in the single player tes games would detract from the experience in my opinion.

Multiplayer in a spin off is different.

Your troll attempt is horrible, and irrelevant.


So talking about peoples prior opinions on multiplayer tes games is irrelevant in a topic about a multiplayer tes game?

Okay.
I was pointing out some inconsistencies with what everybody used to always say about multiplayer previously on this board and what is happening right now.

That's not a "troll attempt" because it is something that actually happened.
How am I trolling by reciting what other people have done?
That doesn't make sense....

You guys are just getting overly hostile because of times I have actually been a douche.


Point out where I said that any spin off multiplayer tes game would be horrible.

Actually, find a topic we "loremasters" have argued against multiplayer, that wasn't a suggestion for a co op dlc that would be horrible due to ghr game engine not being designed to incorporate that, meanjng it would end up being tacked on and horrible, like any multiplayer mod for the oc has been.

Its irrelevant because we "loremasters" have all been looking forward to tesonline (being a game actually made to be multiplayer, its a different situation from forcing multiplayer on the single player game).

And your cooking comparison...

If I don't like the food but its cooked correctly its edible.

If I don't like the food but its cooked incorrectly, I could get sick or even die from eating it. How is that not a difference? :p

By your logic... If I like using sniper rifles in online shooters, but you don't, and then they introduce one hit kill sniper rifkes that are over powered.... you can't complain about sniper rifles being too powerful because you already said you didn't like the normal sniper rifles, so your logic fails.

>.>


Lawyered
#249The_Beer_ScotchPosted 1/30/2013 8:13:04 PM
rx54 posted...
The_Beer_Scotch posted...
With the pickle analogy then... sure I couldntake the oickles out. But the juice would have alreadybaltered the taste.


arghdshjhsfkaslfk;a

Stop making me think.
This is making me hungry.

And it's more like the pickles are an option to put on.

I hate Call of Duty but as an example, you never have to play it's multiplayer if you do not want to.
I certainly do not, I do not want those pickles on my burger.
If I wanted them though, I could choose to play multiplayer.

Your over analyzing is destroying my analogies.

I hope I have perfected it though.
Single player = burger
Multiplayer = pickles

The pickles are not already placed on the burger to be taken off, they are an option there that could be put on if ever desired.

You could play Assassins Creed and never touch the multiplayer if you didn't want.
Aka eat the burger and never decide to put pickles on it.

Now stahp


"Evil grin"

But if the food technicians did not have to take into account the application of the pickles, they might add something else to enchance the flavour. But that thing might not mesh well with pickles, so it gets left aside.

<3
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#250rx54Posted 1/30/2013 8:42:05 PM
The_Beer_Scotch posted...
"Evil grin"

But if the food technicians did not have to take into account the application of the pickles, they might add something else to enchance the flavour. But that thing might not mesh well with pickles, so it gets left aside.

<3


But if the food technicians did not have to take into account the application of the pickles




food technicians


I am done
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