Is this Greed of Blatant Ignorance to the Need of Skyrim's Fans
I love The Elder Scrool Series, so much so that I am always shooting off at the mouth to my friends how I can't wait for the next release. Skyrim is coming and I have sleepless nights waiting for the official release date so I could strain my eyes while killing dragons and saving the world. Of course, I am happy as a camper, I got the game and I am into it. Here I am, exploring and ending lives, then lo and behold, I am finding quest items through exploration and to my dissapointment once I find a quest item, I never get a thread to do the quest. Opps, quest broken. Note to self: do not explore and find quest items unless you get the quest from a character. Been a dedicated fan, I expect some bugs, so I press on, then I found I couldn't finish some of the major quest or radiant quest, sigh!, bugs again. I don't give up easily, I know Bethesda will put some effort into resolving the bug issues, after all, many fans are voicing the same issues as I. Well its over a year now and the bugs remain, no fixes. Where is Bethesda ... is the Dev Team too busy making DLC and preparing for the MMO? Shouldn't attention be given to fixing the bugs instead of pouring out DLCs and focusing on an MMO and not leaving Fans hanigng. Why is Bethesda laying back with hopes that Moders will come up with solutions to fix the vanilla game? We should not have to depend on Moders to turn out MODs that will ease our cry for fixes to a broken game. Now we will be ask to jump to the MMO version with our hard earn $$$$, while many of the bugs are unresolved within the vanilla geame: Skyrim. Is Bethesda simply showing us it's Greed or Blatant ignorance to the need of Skyrim Fans who are so faithful to the franchise?
Date Posted: Feb 3 @ 8:46am