The Illuminator Posted June 25, 2005 Share Posted June 25, 2005 1.MORROWIND:The chance of using both the sword'n shield from the first person's view was a great opportunity for me as I always wanted to be in a real sword combat in the ancient ages. Also the realism was great. The races in the game was having different attitudes'bout other races which was changing according to yo actions. Also the reputation factor was so cool. According to yo evil or good actions your reputation was changing'n if u have a bad rep, the city guards were trying to arrest u which causes the absence of yo xp. The only lacknesses I see were the absence of riding an animal like a horse'n being unable to steal the underwears of female bandits as I'm continuously saying. 2.Divine Divinity:Was also so cool. It was so realistic that if u dive into some1'a house he was coming to warn or punish u(nothing was happening NWN if u do that). Also the special move action during which yo character makes an attack w his sword making a spherical movement'n slaying all the enemies around. I haven't seen that movement in any of the other RPGs I've played so far. Storyline was also cool, but absence of a party or henchman were the lacknesses. 3.WarcraftIII''the reign of chaos''n ''the frozen throne'':Was magnificent w marwellous cinematics making contribution to the great storyline. The curiousity'bout what the next cinematic will be like was the main factor that made me continue this game till the end. Having the opportunities of controlling all human, undead'n elf armies was a great pleasure but honestl armies of undead was the coolest of all in my opinion The Illuminator Democracy starts with allowing different political opinions to express themselves. Fascism starts with killling all, who has different political opinions than yours. It's a pity for earth as it is full of fascists claiming to be democratic. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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