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Center of the Universe: The "Chosen One" Concept

I consider myself an enthusiast of role-playing games, particularly classic, dense, story-heavy western ones. I regard Baldur’s Gate one of the most defining games of the western RPG genre, and  2,314 more words

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Geekend Update 12/11/15

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Pre-gaming for Fallout 4: Considering the State of the Open-World Game

I, like many–potentially even most– have been pining after and counting down until tomorrow for the much anticipated release of Fallout 4. In my enthusiasm, I’ve been consuming as many discussions on the game as I’ve been able to sit through and none struck me quite as much as one regarding the state of Fallout’s open world. 2,872 more words

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Gaming and Misbehaving: Spore and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

I swear on my honour that I can be a sensible gamer. I do know how to play games properly. It’s just that, now and then, I am compelled to ignore the path the game has laid out for me. 1,641 more words

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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an excellent game. it is better compared to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in graphics, gameplay, and size. Skyrim is the biggest Game in the Elder Scrolls Series, and in my opinion, the best. 18 more words

Moment | The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Multi, 2006) - First Time Outside

I first played Oblivion on PS3. By the time it was released, my PC wasn’t powerfull enough and even if I consider buying a Xbox 360 (Project Gotham Racing 3 and Gears of War looked so good), I finally decided to buy a PS3. 107 more words

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