And once I downloaded BS, three dog got bugged, so even he was ruined for me
Dude spoils the ending the minute you exit the vault.
Literally telling you how the vanilla game ends and hailing you as a hero without having to do anything. I can't listen to GNR because of that damn bug. --- Hey! Who's that thinkin' nasty thoughts? Nasty boys.
I sort of like both... Skyrim for when ever I feel the urge for a fantasy game, and Fallout for the wasteland fps/rpg hyrbid that it is.... I do hope that fallout doesn't follow skyrims lead to much and starts combining the skills/stats. --- GT: Boomer and Tank Pretty darn confident..... I don't want to have to wait till the Microendony XBOXS 4ii comes out another 15 years later....
I've only played Oblivion and Skyrim thus far. I love them. As for Fallout, I've only played NewVegas, 1 and 3, in that order. 1 I liked, 3 was too bland compared to Vegas, and Vegas... I've played through the whole game 11 times so far. I love everything about it, even the terribad engine it runs on. I'd also racked up over 899 hours on Oblivion before the save crapped itself.
It's a really hard choice for me to say what's better. I haven't played too much of Skyrim, so I can't say much about it, but I really loved Shivering Isles for Oblivion, even more than the NV DLCs (and I FRIGGEN LOVE THOSE). Elderscrolls as a whole is really immersive and wonderful, but Shivering Isles to me was in a league of its own. I really hope Skyrim gets an addon as spectacular as that.
I'll go with Elderscrolls~ --- Chozz~ of course you get distracted, there are boobs in your house that don't belong to your mother The_Cloudy_One~ ^_^
FO:NV> FO3 for one reason...Hardcore, HC made the game seem so much more realistic, It made the Mojave actually feel dangerous just to walk through, Fallout 3 had no real sense of danger unless you ran into a albino radscorpion or deathclaw.
Now if Fallout 3 had HC, man that game would be so much better. --- Achievement Unlocked Into the Void 150(G)Learn the truth of Sithis and lived to be his Listener forever.
I like them both, I've put hundreds of hours into each game without ever touching the storyline. Fallout 3 is the only Fallout I've played and I've been playing TES games since my aunt got me Daggerfall for Christmas when I was 11 or 12, and Morrowind is hands down my favorite RPG and game ever. I put well over 200 hours into it before even thinking about the main quest. --- Quick, to the Hinden-Peter!