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I still find this game overly better than TNO regardless of the old graphics, TNO just over does it with the sci-fi element imo.
Aww, ceased development. :(
I love this game and its expansions, definitely much better than CoD 1 and it's expansion, however I did like CoD: Finest Hour.
Didn't you mean offline?
Good thing I have now with Diablo 2, however I'm now growing tired of it.
Well I assumed "by that time" meant in a yearly point of view.
And Blood Dragon especially. :P
Over 11 years for me ever since I got my first moddable PC game which was Quake III Arena back in 2003 when I acquired it after playing my first lan game with my TAFE class during a break. :)
Role playing is essentially playing the role of a character with their own backstory while on their quest for whatever reason it may be with their own personality, voice and dialog to act out, and they are addressed by name by other characters.
In TES games you don't really play a role of a character like this.
Those features you mention are usually tacked on to RPGs but don't in anyway count as the actual role playing.
Oblivion didn't remove spell making at all when Skyrim in fact did, what Oblivion removed was the enchant skill but it still allowed you to create enchantments but with the certain skills available only after you advance in the particular magic skills for them.
But a better one is Quake 2 Berserker. ;)
Never mind, I just found out it's actually called Pain Keep Arena, and that Painkiller was actually the name of a bot in the first map of its solo ladder mode.
One problem with people on this site is that it doesn't matter if you provide construction criticism or not, you will still get down voted regardless, it's just very one-sided and biased.
Skyrim's story of terrorizing dragons is very unoriginal and overused out of a majority medieval fantasy stories as it's been done many times before with minor differences.
I remember reading something about Bethesda losing their original story writer so whomever they had as the replacement was surely an amateur who couldn't even think of anything very creative which hasn't been done many times before, otherwise it's because they wanted an easier to create story to cut development time a little.
I can understand bringing back dragons for monster variety but not at the expense of a original story, Daggerfall Morrowind and yes even Oblivion had more original stories compared to Skyrim's, I haven't played Arena so I can't comment on it.
I don't mind if you wish to vote me down, I am entitled to express my opinion just the same as every one else is. :)
There's a guy who managed to make a PC port of Doom 64, and now he has started work on a port for one of the N64 Turok games, however I wish he would do one for Goldeneye or even Perfect Dark instead but he doesn't show any interest in them despite them being much better FPS games for the Nintendo 64 than Turok, at least imo.
I can understand why the game gets a lower rating than Morrowind but I can't understand why Skyrim gets a higher rating than this, but then again Skyrim did attract more noobs of the series than Morrowind or Oblivion did so it's no wonder really.
So Skyrim gets a ranking of 29 while this old gem gets a ranking of 101, I mean wtf?
Nostalgia has got nothing to do with it, I'm so tired of this poor overused argument, I've played Oblivion first then Morrowind second and Skyrim third.
I can safely say I found Morrowind much better, it has a greater RPG element, much more gameplay features, and a much better story.
Skyrim disregards a lot of its TES roots to provide a game to a larger audience, it focuses more on Holliwood-like style over substance and superficial things such as graphics over gameplay, and the RPG element has been reduced quite a bit.
Seriously it's more of an action adventure than an RPG.
The Hexen games feel much more fun and better put together than the Heretic games, at least to me.
Heretic's extension of two more episodes still wasn't good enough, they didn't even bother to add a new boss or any boss at all, they just felt mostly like extra filler.
I really wish there was a retail box version of this game without steam as a requirement, my internet availability is already quite poor, I'm so tired of just about every game forcing steam.
The only game I can look forward to now is The Witcher 3 which thank god wont be using DRM/Steam in it's retail box version, only when bought from steam it requires it.
This game is such a bitch to install from the disc.
I feel the Bothan's muzzle was made a bit too long. Would be cool to see the Defiler from Forces of Corruption made for JA, hell even Urei Fen and Tiber Zann would be good additions.
I prefer Quake 2 Berserker.
Nope, Doom did.
They don't communicate with each other at all, they merely say something and that's all.
Also Quake isn't the first First Person Shooter, Wolf 3D is and Doom was the second.
I wish I could install this on my machine but its installer is 16 bit only. :(
I feel they made this game too easy, I think I miss the survival-ness Far Cry 2 has.
I did say the PC used Goldsource, but the point I'm making is that the console version didn't used the ID Tech 3 engine nor the GoldSource engine, it seemed too different from the ID Tech 3 engine.
Some of the human vehicles such as the Armadillo and that van thing were originally in Quake 4 as wreckage's.
It doesn't make sense how they replaced the SMG MP5 with a AR M4 in the Hi-Res update pack.