After the pain it was to get Guild Wars to a playable state on my Mac, I’m incredibly impressed by how well The Elder Scrolls Online runs.
I ask again, what are TV fiction producers waiting for?
Damn, I can’t believe I didn’t play KOTOR sooner. I was afraid the combat would suck — and with good reason — but the rest is so great.
Somehow I stupidly thought Mass Effect had emerged fully formed out of Bioware, rather than being the refinement of a previous game.
Meanwhile, Dr. Langeskov is eminently forgettable, even though the premise should be solid gold and I like Simon Amstell a lot.
I’ve never replayed an RPG to try different choices, but I would do KOTOR again to check out the Dark Side… if combat was more palatable.
So what I’m saying is, how on Earth didn’t they remake KOTOR with more modern gameplay as a tie-in with the Old Republic MMO?
Love the art style.
Thankfully Horizons isn’t even on Mac.
RT @rclarke: If you think The Beginner’s Guide literally contains stolen content, you’re wrong. You don’t have a different but equally valid opinion.
It’s time to buy either Divinity: Original Sin or Pillars of Eternity. The latter is cheaper today but I suspect I might enjoy the former more… although everyone seems to agree the story is better in Pillars, so I guess that’s sorted then.
That game’s action has such a beautiful flow.
But it is giving me the urge to boot up Elite again, of course.
Today I’ve installed Windows on an external drive, set up Skyrim and a few mods, and… it works perfectly. That is awful news, obviously.
Good thing I’ve been listening to the Total Party Kill D&D podcast, or I wouldn’t understand half of what’s going on in Pillars of Eternity.