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Misfortune-Teller 13 giu 2013, ore 18:49
Question for you Skyrim players
Is there dragons and werewolves amd vampire in the base version of the game (29.99 version with no DLC) and if given the choice would you guys buy this or The Witcher 2? Also i dont want to run any mods on Skyrim im not that great with mods yet. Will i still have fun with just the basic version of skyrim?
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Devolth 13 giu 2013, ore 18:50 
yes, buy skyrim, yes.
bluejwestd85 13 giu 2013, ore 18:52 
Well you do get all that in the base its pretty huge and many things to do. The witcher one is one of my favorites still havnt played 2 yet but the fighting styles are way differnt. It takes alot more skill on the witcher with the fighting style but I dont think the witcher 2 is a open world such as vast as skyrim.
Dr. Shocks . DO 13 giu 2013, ore 19:08 
I own both, never played Witcher 2, have 285 hours on Skyrim.
~JSU76~ 13 giu 2013, ore 20:10 
Witcher series is decent and I actually have a group devoted to the first, however I must say that my opinion of the Witcher 2 is it blows. Witcher 2 is also small and nowhere near as big or open ended as Skyrim. Personal opinion again is that Skyrim is huge and alot more fun and open ended. As for Witcher stick with the first one, I was very dissapointed with the second but the "Wild Hunt" looks very cool.
Navarre 13 giu 2013, ore 20:26 
They're very different games, both very good in their own way. The Witcher 2 is a truly excellent story-driven game, with 30 or 40 hours of gameplay if you make the secondary quests, and very high replay value thanks to choices actually mattering. Skyrim is poor storywise, choices are inexistant, but it's gigantic when it comes to exploration. Replay value is meh at best, but you can clock hundreds of hours in a single playthrough if you don't get bored of dungeon-crawling.

Messaggio originale di HiGH-ON-FiRE:
Is there dragons
Nope. Not a single dragon in Skyrim. The game is actually about flying piglets.
Hellsing 13 giu 2013, ore 20:28 
love skyrim i have 600 hours on it i think i could help you with gameplay if you need it just shoot me a friend request im almost always on my laptop when i can be
Dr. Steven Brule 13 giu 2013, ore 21:02 
Dragons, Werewolves, and vampires are a yes in basic version. I played both of them, I've gotten more than triple of the game time out of Skyrim than I have Witcher 2, but I enjoyed the story and maturity of the Witcher. If you have any questions about modding the game though, feel free to add and ask any questions you have, modding the game is actually pretty simple and basically gives the game near-endless content.
Misfortune-Teller 13 giu 2013, ore 21:11 
Yeah i really think im leaning twords Skyrim, i basically can either get Dishonored and The Witcher 2, or just get Skyrim, ive been looking at screens and i watched the angry joe review and from what you good people are saying i think Skyrim is worth it more than the witcher 2 and Dishonored.
IamNOTHere 13 giu 2013, ore 21:17 
well dishonered is about an 8 hoiur game witcher 2 is fun but the first one is waaay better. Skyrim you can play for hundred of hours due to how big the game is and the fact you can get alot of mods to increase your gametime...In the end it's your choice all three are fun in their own way.
bluejwestd85 13 giu 2013, ore 21:21 
Messaggio originale di OhHerro!!!:
well dishonered is about an 8 hoiur game witcher 2 is fun but the first one is waaay better. Skyrim you can play for hundred of hours due to how big the game is and the fact you can get alot of mods to increase your gametime...In the end it's your choice all three are fun in their own way.
who here thinks he should say screw it and get lesiure suit larry lol.
Sentient_Toaster 13 giu 2013, ore 21:21 
*shrug*

Skyrim is exploration-driven. You can ignore the story completely. It's also completely broken balance-wise (w/o mods, anyway), eventually lets you get to god-tier in power, and I suspect it's probably still completely bug-ridden. It's also driven primarily by stats, not player skill. Grinding is deeply encouraged by the game mechanics, and there are a large number of terribly annoying fetch quests.

Dishonored is also a power fantasy, although not quite as god-tier as in Skyrim. You need to think more in Dishonored and spend more time considering your approaches. It greatly rewards stealth, which is much easier than a frontal assault even if you're planning on murdering everybody the game lets you kill. I didn't encounter many bugs in Dishonored. There isn't really any grinding at all.

Witcher 2 is heavily story driven -- unsurprising considering that it's based on books -- but unlike Dishonored (which also has a main quest to which you're forced to pay attention) the story splits; depending on your choices at the end of the first act, the second act will be very different. It's extremely dependent on player skill, specifically your ability to dodge. Stealth and positioning are much less of a factor than in Dishonored, but you have to be able to frantically roll out of the way of attacks pretty much *all the time* in combat because you're very frail even in the endgame, and because you can't do things like Blink onto high places and sneak your way past enemies or (literally) get the drop on them. There's also some incentive to grind and a number of fetch quests, but not as much as in Skyrim.

Misfortune-Teller 13 giu 2013, ore 21:21 
Messaggio originale di bluejwestd85:
Messaggio originale di OhHerro!!!:
well dishonered is about an 8 hoiur game witcher 2 is fun but the first one is waaay better. Skyrim you can play for hundred of hours due to how big the game is and the fact you can get alot of mods to increase your gametime...In the end it's your choice all three are fun in their own way.
who here thinks he should say screw it and get lesiure suit larry lol.

LMFAO
[KL] Master Dan [StormCats] 13 giu 2013, ore 21:25 
I have both.. Get Legendary bundle pack. It's cheaper than buying all seperate. If you wanna be savvy though, buy the witcher 1 and 2, they going for just under £8.00 at mo on a 66% off deal.

Buy Skyrim on it's own. And the DLC's at a later date when they are cheaper...You can do lots of stuff without the DLC..It's a game man! There's loads to do for now..You will get more confident when spending more time with the game and in the forums, talking to people about mods. Speak to more experienced people rather than taking advice from younger inexperienced players...
IamNOTHere 13 giu 2013, ore 21:41 
Messaggio originale di KL Master Dan.:
I have both.. Get Legendary bundle pack. It's cheaper than buying all seperate. If you wanna be savvy though, buy the witcher 1 and 2, they going for just under £8.00 at mo on a 66% off deal.

Buy Skyrim on it's own. And the DLC's at a later date when they are cheaper...You can do lots of stuff without the DLC..It's a game man! There's loads to do for now..You will get more confident when spending more time with the game and in the forums, talking to people about mods. Speak to more experienced people rather than taking advice from younger inexperienced players...
Thats kind of rude assuming all of us are younger inexpeirenced players....But you are right make sure you know what you are doing when it comes to mods...actually the only mod site you need is Skyrim Nexus way better turotials on modding at that site then here.
bluejwestd85 13 giu 2013, ore 21:44 
i really enjoyed how you could use drugs and get drunk on witcher one, good times. Even has perks where you can fight better when drunk. Is there more of that on wither 2
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