I just started it a couple weeks ago, bought it with my PS3. It's kinda dull, personally, but it's stress free. Excitement free too, but you win some and lose some. I just find the whole "generic fantasy setting" to be void of personality, and the Dragonborn is a terrible blank slate of a character. You can't even roleplay properly, since your choices are only between "take a sidequest" or "don't take a sidequest." There's no other effect on the story.
Still, it's solid, easy gameplay that you can enjoy without prior experience in these types of games (of which I have none). I'm just ambivalent towards it.
This is also the buggiest video game I've ever played, and that's a point against it.
"I wanted to be a wife so that I could have been her real mother. I wanted to be a boy so that she could be in love with me. I wanted her to be my full sister instead of my half sister. I wanted her to be a slave so that I could set her free and make her rich."
Post by theycallmemrfish on Feb 25, 2017 4:15:07 GMT
Dragons lose their appeal after the a certain level. Then they just become SUPER annoying. "I'll just fast travel here so I can get to the quest marker AND OH WAIT THERE'S A DRAGON WHO REFUSES TO LAND..." So you spend at least 10 minutes killing something that you could kill in about 30 seconds if it landed. That gets old right quick because as you level and progress their appearances grow exponentially.
It was also a lot more linear than Morrowind and Oblivion... very little choice in how you do your quests that isn't entirely black or white.