The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles
Which will leave you all to wonder how long it will take for me to get to the other two parts (Knights of the Nine and Oblivion, itself). If I don't get sidetracked by something like Borderlands or Dragon Age: Origins, one or both will be up before the clock strikes Street Fighter 2010. If I do.....well, it'll happen sometime, some year.
In other news, I'm occasionally backing up my Oblivioning with work on Mystic Ark. Much more imaginative in design than 7th Saga. Gameplay's similar, but I haven't found myself frustrated yet. Which doesn't surprise me, as I read that the American port of 7th Saga was actually more difficult than the Japanese version and this is the Japanese Mystic Ark translated for the English-speaking crowd.
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|WilltheGreat - November 05, 2009 (01:41 PM)
OD has Borderlands?
PC or console scum?
|overdrive - November 05, 2009 (01:56 PM)
I don't have it yet. It's on my short list of games I'd like to get.....although that could turn to long list, because I'm also really cheap and tend to wait until games are cheap to buy them. I'm thinking of making an exception for either Borderlands or Origins, though.
It'd be console scum though. I own a 360. My Mac is at the level of primitive where Borderlands would laugh at it and then simply incinerate my hard drive to teach me a lesson about sucking at life.
|WilltheGreat - November 05, 2009 (02:02 PM)
A wise choice. While the PC (or mac, whatevs) would allow you to play with yours truly, you'd also have to put up with matchmaking via LameSpy.