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December 27th, 2012, 04:36
Originally Posted by killias2 View Post
I actually enjoyed Skyrim for what it was. But, like you said, it's not for everybody. Neither is Souls.

That's not a negative thing for either game. A game should try to be the best embodiment of its own essence. It shouldn't be all things to all people.
If only modding support was more common then games could come closer to being all things for all people without have to "sacrifice" any core game design features. For example me using cheat engine on Dark Soul to make it easier and thus make it a fun game for me, hurts no one else. But I guess people will just say wasting time on making the game more moddable, when the core game is fine as it is.

I wish I was not so picky, but I have never played any game I would not want to change numerous things about that game, some games like the TES games come closer(and keep coming closer) but still not close enough for me to not want to change a bunch of stuff to suit my taste.

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