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22:41:56 Dec 16th 11 - Grandmaster Of Imperia (Duke Sepelchure Grail of The Hinter):

what was you doing when you got an arrow in the knee? lolol


22:43:46 Dec 16th 11 - Polydeuces (Mr. Valkyros IX):

Lol Skyrim is great, but damn I already heard this enough in that game like every guard says it lol..  "I used to play soccer, then I took an arrow in the knee"..

Almost though, I really did tear my ACL really badly.


22:48:25 Dec 16th 11 - Grandmaster Of Imperia (Duke Sepelchure Grail of The Hinter):

skyrim looks like a remake of dragons age (if you aint played it google it) lol but with the oblivion story line


23:11:45 Dec 16th 11 - Polydeuces (Mr. Valkyros IX):

I platinum-ed Dragon Age and Skyrim is nothing even close to Dragon Age, the game-play, and story-line in the respective games are completely different styles in absolutely every way possible save for the fact that you use weapons and magic.  Except in Skyrim you can have a dude who uses all sorts of different skills, where as in DA all your characters were specialized as mage, warrior, rogue which then you could get sub-classes. Oh and in DA you have a party of up to four people each of which you can control, and switch between each character in combat also the game isn't free roam, whereas in Skyrim you can only have one party member that you can't control, a dog, and a summon that lasts until he dies if you beat the Dark Brotherhood line.  And completely free roam open world Dragon Age 2 was garbage though, they really screwed up the sequel, was so depressed :(


05:37:16 Jan 12th 12 - Grandmaster Of Imperia (Duke Sesugh Igba of Fulani):

the graphics in the new game is all i was reffering to...wow...lol


07:53:02 Jan 12th 12 - Polydeuces (Konig Polydeuces):

Well then you need to learn how to use your words, what you said was that it looks like a re-make which means a copy with minor differences.


14:23:49 Jan 12th 12 - Grandmaster Of Imperia (Mr. Popachu):

but clearly pointed out 'with the oblivion story line'...admittedly i misused the word remake but if you had read my entire post (it was only one line , come on) it would of been pretty obvious what i meant... on top of that skyrim incorporates the party concept with the thanes housecarl system , which now allows you to give the house carl commands...


15:30:27 Jan 12th 12 - Polydeuces (Mr. Marvin The Martian):

No, it was not obvious what you meant. "with the Oblivion story line" has no such indication of you saying that the graphics are similar... which, are totally different even from DA:2 - Skyrim.

PS: You should "cite" when you're taking direct quotes from a website.  Yes, there is a "party" system, and if -you- read what I wrote you would know I posted that.  Giving a housecarl commands, is not the same as controlling every party member of your team. You make it sound like you couldn't always give commands to your housecarl lol.  Why don't you actually play the game before making an argument?


15:47:09 Jan 12th 12 - Idiot First Class (Mr. Nooooobhammer):

wow, what a stupid argument.....lol, but yeah, Skryim's graphics look more like Fallout's than Dragon Age's.... probably because, you know, it was made by the same people....lol


16:04:11 Jan 12th 12 - Grandmaster Of Imperia (Duke Sesugh Igba of Fulani):

ive completed skyrim and dragon age. the dragon age II graphics seemed to me similar to the skyrim ones , more so then fallout which i think resembles oblivion elder scrolls more then skyrim ( admittedly i havent played all the fallouts). 


And im not arguing , i pointed out quite politely i was only referring to the graphics and polydeuces attempted to quite rudely tell me to learn how to use words. i mean wtf? you sound like a butthurt 5 year old tbh 


21:52:59 Apr 17th 12 - Mr. Thick Rooster:

i use to make arrow to the knees jokes then i took an arrow to the knees.


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