I really should figure out a way to get back to Morrowind first, then move to the next one. I guess I could god mode my way through the tough enemies.
-and the dungeons look all the same, and are pitch black, so you have to carry torch all the time.
Oblivions dungeons are a lot better, but light is required. In Skyrim, dungeons are well lit, so no torch needed! Hooray!!!
Personally I would recommend getting skyrim first, and then moving on to oblivion. Skyrim is a bit easier you see...
What don't you recommend? Because I'm definitely gonna finish Morrowind this time. I played vanilla Skyrim, which was craptastic. I do look forward to seeing how improved it is with mods. But I'd have to finish the other games first.
The dungeons are fine, especially compared to dungeons in other RPG's. They even named the rooms/floors. But yeah, the lighting is a pain if you lack a torch or something.
Actually, Morrowind is technically the easiest if you can figure how to break the game with spell making and enchantments and such. I don't bother with that.
Anywho, gonna go meet Azura and see how that turns out. As soon as I find that cave.
Loaded up vBrawl for the first time in several months. In case you don't know, I've been playing Project M.
I meant to post this at the time after doing it, 7 AM EST, but it sort of slipped my mind.....
- I miss Marth.
- Everything seems so slow.......
- Air dodging more than once at a time!
- Ledges actually work!
- Better edge-guarding!
- Fewer Easter Eggs! (Did not miss)
- Basic Brawl is surprisingly active in the mornings.
- Most Basic Brawls I participated in were taunt parties! Cheers to the Necromantic Paladin!
- People are (sadly) still using Meta Knight competitively.
- Fun with random items and Final Smashes!
- CAPTAIN FALCON SUCKS EVEN MORE
Played Pikmin 3 for a number of hours today. Unlocked Yellow Pikmin, and took down three annoying bosses (one might quality as a miniboss).
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About Elder Scrolls.
Of Skyrim and Oblivion: Skyrim all round better, but Oblivion has lot more humour and so is the entertaining one.
Morrowind: played it on PC, with the Better Bodies mod. Great laugh!
-I dislike the towns in morrowind, because the shops do not have clear signs on them, so you have to navigate with a map to find them every time you visit town. Especially as all buildings look the same.
-I never finished Morrowind, because I always ended up lost in those annoying dungeons. And the gamestory was not even fun or interesting. Good sidequests, though...