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I had a different raoctien than you guys did. I wasn’t necessarily thoroughly impressed with the demo, but it was exactly what I wanted it to be. I liked Fable a lot, but I hated that my guy was an Albino, that the art style and script was so cute and casual and that the combat just wasn’t really satisfying. Not to mention that I wasn’t able to complete Fable because of a trigger glitch.I liked this demo a lot because the change of environment, and knowing that there are far different environments are major reliefs from Skyrim’s Oh look, arctic tundra . The combat reminds me a lot of Fable, but it’s more responsive and I like that magic is given an equal number of dedicated buttons since the trigger toggles-on-hold to magic. The environment the game takes place in reminds me of the Elven area of WoW, and I like that the caves in that area are full of bioluminescent plants and other interesting things.For whatever reason, I didn’t encounter any glitches other than twice having some stretched texture on the ground from a corpse which went away pretty quickly. Reckoning on Twitter says its pretty old code, and obviously who would respond to someone with Sorry, game’s shipping with the same code as is in the demo , but like I said I had no issues.Maybe I’m more impressed just because I find Skyrim so stylistically monotonous, which is inherently an issue related to Skyrim being the part of Tamriel that is all arctic mountains, tundra and deciduous forest and being mainly only inhabited by Nords. But it just felt like a breath of fresh air to be in a high-canopied rainforest with weird plants and some actual colors.VN:R_U [1.9.12_1141](from 0 votes)
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