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October 12th, 2010, 21:02
I found myself teleporting to one of the big cities fairly often to check out shop-keepers stock, mainly because I had a couple favorite tracks that were only played in cities
Let me guess, it was Tharbakin and Opala?
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October 12th, 2010, 21:46
Originally Posted by Dajjer View Post
Was Oblivion really that popular? Sure it got great critic ratings and sold alot but how many RPGers were really that enthralled with the game. Oblivion was okay but I had more fun with 2 Worlds and Risen than Oblivion.

In any event, sans nothing noted, the Euro version seems to be stable enough to give it a go when it gets released. And not worry about the US release sometime next year.
I'm talking about "popularity" not "playability". Many RPGers didn't like Oblivion (me too and I'm a huge fan of Morrowind by the way) but it sold well. If a German magazine gave it a high score, this means it's really a solid RPG. I am now wondering the NA reviews. They probably won't give it a high score: Because NA gamers do not like hardcore RPGs if it's not from their own country (sad truth).
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October 13th, 2010, 02:15
Originally Posted by Propheet View Post
Let me guess, it was Tharbakin and Opala?
Close. Opala was definitely the first song that made me sit up and think, "Hey, I'm really digging this music," and it's definitely one of my favorites. Then as I started listening to the tracks more closely, my favorite track by far was the one that a little searching on youtube revealed is titled, "Bot Moss Forest." I came to really like the Cathalon theme as well. Great, great stuff…
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October 13th, 2010, 06:46
Originally Posted by Nathanyl View Post
I agree. I reinstalled and started adding mods after the review from this site and have been playing it nonstop. With the right mods it's really an amazing geme.
Sounds like the same experience I'm having with Fallout 3 right now. I need to retry Oblivion someday as well.

Very much looking forward to playing Two Worlds II.
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October 13th, 2010, 15:09
Oops. I've turned the music completely off, like in most games I play (except adventures). Maybe I should turn it on sometimes again ?
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October 13th, 2010, 16:17
Okay, where will an American be able to buy the European version? Is it legal for sites like Go Gamer to sell EU versions to us Yanks?
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October 13th, 2010, 17:00
I ordered mine thru Amazon.de using Google translator and I should have it first week of November- I think it is the only place to get the Topware Eu version
Every other retailer is showing the Southpeak box which you won't get til January
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October 20th, 2010, 21:39
Originally Posted by bemushroomed View Post
In some areas yes, in some not, if you mean gameplay. It still has to load cells, but on the other hand that's the only time it stutters for half a sec. It has many really great mods, i love the Morrowind lore, especially compared to Oblivion.

Some screens, most are kind of focused on trees becasue they've been used to show of my tree mods, but they get the job done showing how it has evolved with the use of Morrowind Graphics Extender i think:

Bitter Coast:








Ascadian Isles:




Sorry for OT and screen spam
Wow, these shots look fantastic. Sorry for the late reply, had a system meltdown. I might have to find my old Morrowind disk, after seeing this.
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