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January 18th, 2007, 10:20
For the record, I have no problem whatsoever with the main review sites pitching reviews to the general public instead of the hysterical shrieking queens who style themselves roleplayers. But that's irrelevant to our discussion, since enforcing the party line on RPGWatch won't change their review policies. Back on topic.
Originally Posted by Acleacius View Post
My intent or oppinion isn't to weed out oblivion just have a fair accessment as with any game, which most review sites did Not do.
And you got it. People complained about the scaling and font size and whatever else from day one on the Dot. Rendel spent half his review going over the problems with the levelled everything, calling it "seriously flawed" and "a step back" from Morrowind, and he doesn't even agree with your definition of an RPG. So there's another thing that wouldn't change. There are plenty of people here who care about the same elements of a game as you do, and they'll go on telling you if you'll like each new one regardless of whether we agree on the definition of an RPG. Just wait and listen next time.

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