is it possible i will like skyrim if I didnt like oblivion?

#11darkportal785Posted 8/14/2013 7:54:55 AM
I didn't like you either.
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#12NormnStansfieldPosted 8/14/2013 8:09:57 AM
I didn't hate oblivion because it was complex or noob friendly

I hated oblivion because it was a broken game.

the scaled level bad guys turned every single rat into a life or death struggle and minotaurs into ten to fifteen minutes of hacking, and I hated every second of it.
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#13turn_basedPosted 8/14/2013 10:03:33 AM
Learning a Paralyze spell was #1 on my Mission Essential Tasks List while playing Oblivion.

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#14HatchetHoundPosted 8/14/2013 10:12:14 AM
It is entirely possible.
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#15EklundzPosted 8/14/2013 10:57:53 AM
MrGazzo posted...
It's the GTA IV of the Elder Scrolls.
I love them both, like for real.

It's more like the GTA San Andereas of Elder Scroll games, since GTA IV was inferior and extremely flat compared to San Andereas.
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#16WarBeaglePosted 8/15/2013 8:44:16 AM
I didn't like the Oblivion portals either, and I think Skyrim is a better game for getting rid of them. If the only thing you really didn't like about Oblivion were the portal levels, then you'll probably like Skyrim. If you have a problem with the rest of Oblivion, you probably won't like Skyrim either.
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#17FredCat07Posted 8/15/2013 8:47:00 AM
The portal to Oblivion Plane still exist in this game - but they are less used than they were in TES 4, much less on the appearance. Daedric Princes are still exist within this game as well, so be careful.
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