[quote="child_of_God85, post:10, topic:207739"]
I've been playing a really awsome video game for the past week or so. It's called The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivian. It's a fantasy game. You can do just about anything in that game and go anywhere. I keep getting in trouble in the game for stealing things, lol. It's a good game for older kids because there is no sex or cussing.
I love Oblivion. :D One of the best fantasy games available right now.
[quote="logic_oriented, post:12, topic:207739"]
I think Halo: Reach, despite all of the obvious additions like load outs and armor permutations, is the closest spiritual successor to the original Halo that we've had. No dual wielding, a pistol that is worth my time (it had the vast majority of my kills in the beta), slightly less ridiculous jumping physics than 2 and 3... it just feels right.
I've enjoyed every Halo game, but 1 and Reach might end up my stand out favorites together.
Same here. I played the Reach beta with my siblings (4 person split) and it was loads of fun. My overall impression was that it was a lot like Halo 1 and introduced some fantastic new elements that really improved the overall game.
Matchmaking for firefight and multiple firefight modes is enough reason for me to buy the game anyway. :thumbsup:
[quote="JackVk, post:13, topic:207739"]
A lot of people compare Oblivion and Fallout 3 because of the "free will" concept. I've never played Oblivion, but I think Fallout 3 is the best game ever made (or at least one of them). Some people say F3 is just Oblivion with guns, but it's not. It's actually a very intellectual game, with allusions to literature, history, science, religion, government, and pop culture.
Can't wait for Fallout:New Vegas to come out (Oct. 19 here in the US, Oct. 21 in UK/Europe). Looks epic!
Well they are both made by Bethesda, so they feel pretty similar. I've logged almost 100 hours into Fallout 3 though, so I think it holds my attention better. I also highly enjoyed the first Fallout games.