You can get to almost any location in the game within five minutes using the fast travel system in Morrowind; the difference is Morrowind doesn't hold your hand from the get go.
I voted for Dark Souls.
You and I could be friends. I think what Scooby meant to say was that Oblivion and Skyrim are unplayable with out fast travel. Really, I tried. I lugged a full inventory all around Skyrim looking for a town in which I could break down my enchanted items, but after an hour or two of wandering from town to town and finding no enchanting tables in any of them, I realised this game wasn't made for people like me. It was made for people that run into a dungeon, get as close to encumbered as they can, click on Whitehall, trade their gear, and then magically fly to their next destination.
And have you ever tried doing a quest by turning off all markers? remember when Morowind would guide you through dialogues with towns folk or by directing you with signposts? Yeah, you don't get that in Skyrim. I spent ages looking for some dead girls body in and around town, only to find that if I turn on my magic, quest seeking GPS that it points out her body lying on the bed of a lake in seconds. Thanks for taking the time to guide me organically Bethseda. Guess that would have been far too much work on your part. --- Meet the new love of my life-- http://itotd.com/view/80/
#35CalgaryMaverickPosted 3/6/2013 3:50:30 PM
I'd have to go with Skyrim. --- XBL, PSN & Steam GamerTag: CalgaryMaverick You're not drunk if you can lie on the floor without holding on.