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February 5th, 2013, 16:31
Originally Posted by Maylander View Post
Reminds me of Bilbo: "I feel thin, sort of stretched, like butter scraped over too much bread."

It's very hard to avoid such scenarios when you make a game that big. Skyrim is probably the only game that has managed to pull it off,
It hasnīt, in my opinion.
Skyrim may not feel thin in terms of quantity, but it certainly feels thin when it comes to quality, at least to me. Writing, quest design and dungeons are overall mediocre elements in this game.

Iīm pretty sure TW3 wonīt feature 150+ dungeons full of filler combat and Iīll be really surprised if the writing and quest design wonīt be overwhelmingly better.
Itīs very, very likely Skyrim was mentioned for marketing purposes only, the game itself is probably gonna be a very different type of open world experience.
Personally Iīm expecting something generally closer to Gothic 3 formula, but with better writing and quest design.
Originally Posted by Maylander View Post
The Witcher 1 + 2 has sold 4m copies combined.
Not that it matters much in the context, but itīs 5m.
Originally Posted by Maylander View Post
Bethesda can pour a lot more money into a project than any other RPG developer out there.
CDPR is from Eastern Europe which means lower costs, though.

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