Triggerhappytel wrote:Yeah, every aspect (melee, bows, spells) is just so well realized for a game that is a mixture of stats and skills, and the combat never gets old. It really makes nearly every other RPG feel anemic in comparison.
The combat is really great; so much more enjoyable than any other RPG I can think of save Demon's & Dark Souls.
And I've said it before: the world feels real to me. Proportions, walking speed, colours at different times during the day, hazy dusk, etc. - I am in the Alps quite often, and although it's not the technically prettiest game, it's the most realistically feeling landscape I've yet seen in a game, except maybe Armed Assualt. Where Bethesda's landscapes feel more like a theme park most of the time (where you can then climb a mountain that looked enormous in 3 minutes), this just feels eerily real.
Edited by UncleLou at 13:27:33 28-12-2012