When was the last time Obsidian made a game that worked properly at launch/had all planned content?
What? Find me any game that doesn't need patched? I can't remember the last time a game I bought didn't have a day one patch.
South Park: The Stick of Truth, might surprise you.
Just saying, from what I've played (KoTOR II, Fallout: NV) Obsidian does not have a good track record.
Depends how you look at it. They have a great track record when it comes to Epic RPG's. They do have some buggy games I'l agree. Saying that, XCom (my favourite game of 2013) has a game breaking bug where you Can't complete the game, but I got past it (starting game again lol)
I understand your point, I just thought other games have sometimes bigger bugs.
I do like what Obsidian are doing with Project Eternity though.
'I wrestled with an alligator,I tussled with a whale,only last week I murdered a rock, injured a stone, hospitalized a brick. I'm so mean I make medicine sick.'
Just saying, from what I've played (KoTOR II, Fallout: NV)
Wat? Bugginess aside, those are both better games than the ones that came before them.
I'm pretty sure I started a quest or 2 in KoTOR that had no end due to the files being cut out. New Vegas had a million game-breaking issues, but I've come to the realization that it might've been due to the fact that BethSoft possibly has the best QA Testers known to man.
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Kotr and dragon age seemed like there was allot of passion behind then I hav mixed feelings about elder scrolls especially skyrim like how repetitive combat gets, specifically any melee without a shield has no depth then your other direct damage options are archery or destruction and dest has problems well not so much since db came out.
MoonBound would you mind posting your gamertag, or if you don't want to do that at least go to xbox.com and copy and paste your list of games played? I'm just curious what Xbox 360 games you've played.
You know what's funny? Is that when people reminisce back to the old days of gaming they generally only mention 2 or 3 great games and then hold that up as the standard, ignoring the vast sums of shovelware they didn't like or play.