Nice. Very very nice. God job, game designers! Well played. Posted with BlogsyRead More The Brothers of Strife in stone
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The moment when you realize the wicked cleverness of the level designers… Posted with BlogsyRead More Hey guys, remember how we jumped down that hole?
Um, eww. But at the same time, awesome.Read More The reeking dead
This is the kind of detailing and productive mystification that has always been part of what makes the worlds of Tamriel feel alive and like the have an existence beyond the game. Just a body lying in the path on a side of a mountain near one of the Dark Anchors. A mage’s staff by […]Read More Dead guy.
So this was a fun corner detail, in Skywatch I think. There were only 2 cats to begin with, then a third wandered in, then a forth. And then the cats were joined by the pet Dwemer spider, Has-Many-Legs: I thought “Aldarch Wuufren” was funny. Then there was the whole subplot of the bears attacking […]Read More I tawt I taw a puddy tat. And dwemer spider…
I really appreciate the glow on the face, which I hadn’t noticed so much before when I was in well-lit areas but leapt out at me this time when we were in a cave: Of course, the effect on the weapons themselves is also pretty sweet. But I just thought the glow was such a […]Read More Nice skill buff visuals: Molten Weapons
Ok this was a pretty impressive environment. Don’t think I’ve seen anything like it before. And note: these graphics are on the old machine running at a lower res. And check out my cool flaming bow!—Read More Vivec’s Antlers and the Coral Heart
Yes, those are our footsteps in the sand. We left footsteps in the bloody sand. Well-played, game designers. Well. Played.Read More Attention to details: Zen Sand Garden edition
I thought the views were magnificent, and also kudos on environmental effects: I’m pretty sure that the rqndomly-occurring birds were new this time around, I don’t remember them before. Here you see crows, but elsewhere on Bleakrock I also saw cardinals and owls.Read More Tower-climbing: a pausa