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« Reply #15 on: March 28, 2013, 05:39:15 PM »

I like how, in the Elder Scrolls series, when you pull off a particular exploit and everybody in the world is talking about you! Especially in OBLIVION  after you beat the main quest, when everyone wants to sing "The Fall of Dagon" to you!

Yeah, I remember that, lol.
Just like in Skyrim when the one guard in Whiterun says, "Well, if it isn't the slayer of the Glenmori Witches!"   And if you become a werewolf, the one guard says, "your wolfish grin disturbs me.".  But my favorite one so far is, "Let me guess, someone stole your sweet roll." That one always gets me.

I keep waiting for someone to come up to me and say, "Thanks for killing Umaril!"
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"The basic plot is that Donna Speir and Hope Marie Carlton, the two undercover DEA agent Playboy Playmates from the last movie, are still running around in jungle shorts, cowboy boots and spaghetti strap T-shirts, firing their machine guns at drug smugglers, Filipino communist guerrillas, and corrupt federal agents while their two friends, Lisa London and Miss May 1984 Patty Duffek, lounge around the pool a lot and talk on speaker phones that look like fax machines."-Joe Bob on SAVAGE BEACH
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« Reply #16 on: March 31, 2013, 12:11:44 PM »

I like how, in the Elder Scrolls series, when you pull off a particular exploit and everybody in the world is talking about you! Especially in OBLIVION  after you beat the main quest, when everyone wants to sing "The Fall of Dagon" to you!

Yeah, I remember that, lol.
Just like in Skyrim when the one guard in Whiterun says, "Well, if it isn't the slayer of the Glenmori Witches!"   And if you become a werewolf, the one guard says, "your wolfish grin disturbs me.".  But my favorite one so far is, "Let me guess, someone stole your sweet roll." That one always gets me.

I keep waiting for someone to come up to me and say, "Thanks for killing Umaril!"

Hear. HEAR now....which Umaril are you referring to. good sir? Do remember there's more than one Umaril on the block.. Buggedout
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« Reply #17 on: March 31, 2013, 09:39:51 PM »

I like how, in the Elder Scrolls series, when you pull off a particular exploit and everybody in the world is talking about you! Especially in OBLIVION  after you beat the main quest, when everyone wants to sing "The Fall of Dagon" to you!

Yeah, I remember that, lol.
Just like in Skyrim when the one guard in Whiterun says, "Well, if it isn't the slayer of the Glenmori Witches!"   And if you become a werewolf, the one guard says, "your wolfish grin disturbs me.".  But my favorite one so far is, "Let me guess, someone stole your sweet roll." That one always gets me.

I keep waiting for someone to come up to me and say, "Thanks for killing Umaril!"

Hear. HEAR now....which Umaril are you referring to. good sir? Do remember there's more than one Umaril on the block.. Buggedout

The one without feathers.  Wink
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« Reply #18 on: April 06, 2013, 07:57:54 AM »

I like open worlds, the larger the better where i can roam freely and meet lots of characters. i like interaction with a lot of objects and NPCs int he game, and the ability to do stuff as cook and eat food, gamble, make a fire. I like dialogue trees and the freedom to choose your path in the game. So basically RPGs such as Skyrim :P
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« Reply #19 on: April 06, 2013, 06:29:52 PM »

When a game is Completely made, and not rushed. EA and Capcom comes to mind for having stuff on the game  disc, but have to pay an extra $20.00 over the $60.00 to get the whole damn game. It's Bulls**t that needs to be stopped.
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