gavriloprinshit Oct 8, 2012 @ 4:23pm
Oh, Morrowind.
I'm surprised I'm not the only one who likes you. :)
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Candesco Nov 9, 2012 @ 7:42pm 
Well, the die-hard fans from the first hour still prefers it above those others. And there is still a new group which discover it and discover that skyrim is a console hog. Only consolekiddies with no love for real games stick to it. Those are also the stupid ones which goes in the line at the store for a new call of duty.
All hail Morrowind. Classics don't disappear.
Varggorm Nov 13, 2012 @ 4:11pm 
i was SO annoyed when articles came out about the 'dragonorn' dlc for skyrim which goes back to solstheim, and none of the reviewers had ANY idea about solstheim. they were like what are those giant mushrooms?? like the ones from blackreach?? and like, i'm glad to see a return of goblins from TESIV
-_-
jkm lynch Nov 15, 2012 @ 12:47pm 
It is rather annoying to read articles written by people who seem to think that Bonemold armor is a Fallout 3 easter egg. However, if the Dragonborn dlc convinces even a few people that TES did not begin with Oblivion then I will be very happy. After all these years I still take the occasional vacation to Vvardenfell in order to watch a poor man fall to his death and say hello to some old friends.
Jalabhar Nov 18, 2012 @ 7:10am 
Ja - Morrowind ist das absolut beste Spiel dieser Serie. Ich habe es viele, viele schöne Stunden gespielt. Wenn ich die Titelmelodie höre, bekomme ich Gänsehaut. Auf meiner persönlichen Skala meiner Lieblingsspiele steht es auf Platz 1 gefolgt von Age of Empire II und The Fall: Last Days of Gaia Reloaded.
Wowie Nov 18, 2012 @ 7:16am 
Originally posted by Maddrax:
Yes - Morrowind is the absolute best game of this series. I have played many, many happy hours. When I hear the theme song, I get goose bumps. On my personal scale of my favorite games, it is number 1 followed by Age of Empires II and The Fall: Last Days of Gaia Reloaded.

I Google translated that because I don't speak German. Google translate is amazing, lol.
gavriloprinshit Dec 1, 2012 @ 5:27pm 
It just irritates me a little bit when people come into The Elder Scrolls series without any prior knowledge. If you're going to buy the game, don't you want any background information so you're not stumbling around like an idiot?
Zilkin Dec 2, 2012 @ 10:33pm 
Are you serious? You are surprised that one the most well known and best selling RPGs of all time has other people that like it ? :O
Heathen Dec 3, 2012 @ 4:38pm 
Originally posted by Zilkin:
Are you serious? You are surprised that one the most well known and best selling RPGs of all time has other people that like it ? :O

I think captain sheepie's a hipster. OH MY GOD, people like things that I like? Better find some new stuff to like! Kekekek
gavriloprinshit Feb 2, 2013 @ 1:24pm 
I guess I had assumed that half of the gaming communty were all ♥♥♥♥♥ who would prefer COD, or something. Sorry guys, :T.
blckruc47 Feb 2, 2013 @ 5:59pm 
Morrowind will always have a special place in my heart.
PaladinofFire93X Feb 2, 2013 @ 8:16pm 
I played Skyrim on the PS3 when it came out in November '11. I was completely wowed by it (as it was my first encounter with TES and in all the time I've played it I've only beaten it once :|). So earlier last year I found Oblivion and I was like "bleah". And on the second week of January I got a steam account just for Morrowind. Was it all money well spent? I'd say it was.
Dubba_D Feb 2, 2013 @ 8:17pm 
Morrowind....A game that has gone unappreciated by more than half the gaming community. It sickens me to see how 'kids' these days prefer either MAINSTREAM classics or modern day games. Skyrim is believed by this half of the gaming community to overshadow its predecessors. Truth is, any game created is worth recognition by the WHOLE gaming community. It's because of that foolish little francise 'reverred' as Call of Duty that has 12 year olds attempting to fit in with more mature gaming audiences by buying in the stereotype that everyone who plays Call of Duty or games with 'cool' advertisements is considered superior in the gaming community. That, my good friends, is perhaps the most laughable thing to come out of young people. Worst yet, it's those games that young children play whose parents believe that these games are mind stimulating and can cause children to become hostile, nay I say, feral. These are the games that are being looked at by parents who think that gaming costs lives. (Yes, I was referring to the gun control issues plauging the U.S.) I believe that if everyone in the gaming community looked away from these major modern titles and looked at classics like MORROWIND, they'd say " What has happened to the very spirit that makes us gamers?"
Anyone who's anyone should give olden games at least a good, college try and see what they think of these games not by their graphic or their popularity, but by their legacy and quality. If Morrowind never existed, neither would Oblivion or Skyrim, or even Bethesda's later Fallout games. Maybe someday, everyone can see the true nature of classic games, and even at that, maybe, just maybe, everyone in the gaming community, or hell, even the rest of civilization will claim that Morrowind was, and is, one of the greatest games of all time. No game, no matter how popular or 'cool', can EVER take that away.
PaladinofFire93X Feb 2, 2013 @ 8:33pm 
I have to say, my impressions of Morrowind are somewhere along the lines of "okay" and "meh". Now back when this game was released in '02 I can see TES fans being ecstatic for it. But I didn't even know what TES was until my brother brought home Skyrim. Once I noticed the Khajiit and Argonian races I immediately became a fan of the series.
mercTanko|ZZ Feb 6, 2013 @ 6:00am 
Morrowind.. oh how i love you.
I'm trying to like Skyrim, i really am, but the childish dialog is killin it for me. It seems like the dialog was made by Bro-Gamers and soccer moms. I miss that deep rich dialog that morrowind had, you know that nerdiness - geekiness - fantasy - dialog.

What really bothered me was during the intro when the first guy was to get his head chopped off, the lady started to speak and was told to shut up before she could even continue. I dunno, to me it is like "no kids want to hear deep Fantasy talk, they just want quick catchy dialog with a modern hint to it".

anyways, im done of my morning rant.
Moltavis Feb 8, 2013 @ 8:33am 
The first time I came out of that prison ship and saw the Silt Strider I was sold. Its one of very, very few games I will definitely play at least once a year. (even if its only a hour ;-))
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