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Nightdragon

Member Since 04 Aug 2005
Offline Last Active Jun 19 2015 02:39 AM
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In Topic: Steam!

03 January 2012 - 04:45 AM

Steam always has great sales, my only problem is how offline mode works.

My steam ID is Tearraven for anyone who wants to add me.

In Topic: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

31 December 2011 - 06:40 AM

QUOTE (JCDRANZER @ Dec 30 2011, 08:50 PM)
Wow, wassup Nightdragon, haven't seen you in awhile.

I've seen it being played in front of my eyes by my cousin and many of my friends....I intend to borrow it of my cousin during the summer, when hopefully he's finally finished with it. rolleyes.gif

On the first note, thank you. It has been quite some time. I had hoped to come to a more... active... location within the internet but not all hope is lost, I am certain. Nice to see you too, my good chap. wink.gif

On the second note, to stay on topic and not abuse the pleasant welcome, finishing Skyrim is similar completely self-centered art. There is never a completion, only a way to experience more and better yourself. As stated earlier, I have put nearly 300 hours into Skyrim just in gameplay. I have put in extra time with studying the strategy guide and doing modifications with the PC version. (Might I add that giant swearing mudcrabs are incredibly fun to fight unarmed)

In Topic: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

30 December 2011 - 05:21 AM

I felt like Skyrim made itself accessible to newcomers of an RPG similar to what Fable 2 did. The game was made with both RPG newcomers and veterans in mind and I applaud Bethsoft for doing such a thing. Despite the glitches that were the in the game at the time of release, these glitches (in most cases) were not gamebreakers, they were just fun.

I am curious as the how they would do DLC for this game aside from a few missions, this game has a lot of what it needs. More patches is what the game needs to fix the last few holes in the game.

I love the soundtrack to the game so much that I bought an official OST to it, signed by the composer Jeremy Soule himself. biggrin.gif This game has the most heart-wrenching soundtrack of all time if I do say so myself.

The graphics are beautiful and even better with the HD mods that are made possible for the PC version of the game. Although, I was slightly disappointed when I was playing it on my Xbox 360... was walking through a small prairie, saw a dandelion... walked close to look at it in detail... just to realize it was a flat flower... literally. It made me sad.

I do not truly hope to see a sequel to this game. Story wise, this is where it should all end. If they continue it feels like it would just tug on the story too much and it would fall unstable and apart. Then again, Bethsoft as done an amazing job at coming up with things we deemed impossible.

All-in-all, with over 150 into two separate characters, I can say I truly love this game and this is the best game since LoZ: OoT biggrin.gif


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Oh yeah I'm supprised as to how this game gained a meme now with taking an arrow to the knee.





Here is another video about the Arrow in the Knee jokes.... WARNING: This video does contain pretty bad language and blood. You have been warned. ph34r.gif


In Topic: Censoring the internet with SOPA

30 December 2011 - 04:54 AM

What impresses me about SOPA and the IP Protection Act is how many large companies are backing this even though piracy has helped in many ways. Me personally, I approve of the try before you buy on various accounts, mainly PC games. Who likes to buy a PC game just to unwrap it, take time to install it, just to find out your graphics card can't play it at the settings you wanted (or in some cases even at all).

I understand what monsta666 is saying about how it works both ways. However, it doesn't work both ways for the public, just the people. The day was become ran by economy is the day we will never have freedom in my opinion.