I got this game for the ps3 originally. All the bugs made me stop playing though. Maybe I'll actually pick this up...
I just uninstalled Skyrim yesterday. Great game, but I have a hard time coughing up another $60 for another version of the game. They ought to have a Standard to Legendary upgrade pack offering for those of us who already own it, but I doubt they will.
the steam version is pretty nice, because of access to unlimited user submitted mod's... the custom player house mod was so popular that the Bethesda team released a player house dlc for console users... people come up with some really amazing stuff, i really liked the glowing book mod... unread books glow... major time saver, haha...
Skyrim was good, but just like the last couple of Fallout games I sank to much time into them that I had to stop at sometime. Like BobbyUpchurch said about having it on Steam was awesome for all the mods that you had access to. If you hadn't played this before then its worth picking up but I also couldn't sink more money into a game I already got 100+ hours on and won't pick up again.
My rig - I7-4770K, ASUS Z87-A Mobo, 16 GB Corsair Ram, AMD 7990 GPU, CoolIT AiO Cooler, NZXT H630
All I need is Dragonborn and my DLC will be complete.
clixxer that is exactly why i never bought because i knew i would get addicted. And definitely not going to buy this on e only because of the whole infinite leveling up thing would probably suck my soul dry. Also that game the evil within sounds like it will be a decent game. I probably wont play it but if its from the produce of the only 2 good resident evil games(actually 2 with the nemesis was pretty good) then it will definitely be a winner those who enjoy that genre.
Dude, when the DLC is on sale it is cheap... I think those other features will be available with an update.
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