Welcome to my blog!
If you like vague and generic news about video games, you've come to the right place. First of all, I'm no writer and I'm terrible at it. But hey, can we ever have enough dull and bland news? I don't think so! I hope you're ready to hear things you more than likely already know in presented to you in worse form than the previous.
Not hooked yet? Not boiling over with excitement? Well good, that's the idea! I suppose I should say what kind of things I'm into. Video games, of course. All genres from all ages and platforms. My favorite platform would have to either be the PS, or the N64. I know you don't care, but I don't know what else to type about.
So how about those Elder Scrolls? Are you all ready for another adventure in the magical land of Tamriel? The newest installment, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, seems to be paving a way for a bleak RPG future. Why do I say this? Well, first of all, Skyrim will have 18 abilities. That's three down from Oblivion! But hey, don't worry. They've got DRAGONS this time.
But hell, I'm sure they have to do something right. Sure it might not be stats, considering they removed them from the game so you can only pick between increasing one of three things every time you level. These being Health, Stamina, and Magicka. But there is a bright side to all this, my friends! Conversations in general will be made more realistic. People will walk, work, and show other emotions during your chit chat.
I'm not the kind of person who thinks graphics mean much when it comes to video games, but having a new engine never hurts. The facial models will be actually realistic this time, hoorah! The faces in Oblivion (and games alike) always disappoint me. Everyone in Tamriel has Down's Syndrome. Lets see lets see. I'm sure I'm missing plenty of things. I hope you enjoy level scaling, because you got it in Skyrim.
I suppose I'm done with this meaningless post. Didn't get enough information from this post? I'm sorry, but you should expect this.