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Old 04-04-2011, 03:52 PM
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Originally Posted by Tuukka View Post
..Skyrim does have a scaling system, but it's similar to New Vegas, where it's so smartly used that you aren't really even aware of it.

The game looks amazing. With this, Witcher 2, Mass Effect 3, Deus Ex 3, Dragon Age 2, etc, 2011 looks like the greatest year for RPG's ever. So far I've already enjoyed Two Worlds 2 quite a lot, and that's one of the small titles of the year.
Two Worlds II is definitely underrated. I played it for the 360 and enjoyed it much more than the reviewers. It's a decent game for a port, though i can tell it plays much better on a PC. There were a handful of moments that actually had me and some friends laughing out loud, some intentional some not, still pretty enjoyable. The whole Last Crusade bit was funny and seeing the movie made it easier to get past that dungeon, haha..

Definitely worth playing if not just to hold you over till Skyrim, which is looking to be a great RPG, probably the best of the year. It's too bad there's no multiplayer this time around, it's the obvious next step for Bethesda. I just think it's a great idea because as someone who isn't that into MMO's, at least not any of the ones out right now, I actually want to play an Elderscrolls multiplayer game. I guess it doesn't necessarily have to be a massive multiplayer with thousands of players on one server, though an MMO of that calibre would be badass. I've played WOW and LOTRO and thought they were kinda boring, cause lets face their nothing but bigger versions of 6th generation games. I'd rather play Oblivion a hundred times through, but if Bethesda came out with an MMORPG Elderscrolls game or a simplified multiplayer, I would be all over it for moons!

All I know is my bandmates are going to be pissed when skyrim comes out, we'll all be too busy flying with dragons and hoarding dungeons to record anything. Hopefully, at the very least it will inspire some kickass jams.
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