Yep. Not much more to say on that subject. Have you seen that they are making an Elderscrolls MMO? I must resist. MMO suck the life out of me.http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/344141/20120522/elder-scrolls-online-mmorpg-oblivion-skyrim.htm
I have seen. I'm very much a console guy. I like my gaming device and my work device to be separate devices. Also, I like the uber-realism of SKYRIM and don't see how an MMO maintains that. But if there were ever an MMO to tempt me...
I'm with you, if I have any games on my writing computer, I don't write. Luckily, I have two computers (perks of an IT job). :)My daughter and wife dominate the console in my house, so PC gaming is really my only option. Also, I have the dexterity of a drunken slug, so playing any kind of first person game on a console is never-ending exercise in 'loading from the last checkpoint.'The key with MMOs to not play them. One hour is too many, and a thousand never enough. ;)
Ha. I think the perfect game for me wouldn't be an Elder Scrolls MMO so much as a multiplayer option for Skyrim. I'd like to be able to go adventuring with 1-3 other friends, but still feel that our actions had consequence (and we weren't one of a million people in the same server cuing up to perform the same quest).
I would definitely play that game. It would be funny to wind up in a fight with some wizened old shopkeeper and her husband because one of my buddies accidentally slipped a Grand Soul Gem into his pocket.It would make it much harder to load a save file to cover up your crimes, cause you'd need to convince four others to do the same thing.Let's start a write-in campaign.
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