reply to post by Atzil321
Dam was watching a little of those vid's, and the guy literally knows everything in the game and were its at, I mean he must of beat it a couple of
times to know all that.
But something is fishy, I mean watch the part were he runs across the bridge guarded by the dragon, he is in the beginning of the game, probably lv
12 or 15 or something in the game about the time you get to that part. And he got hit by the fire and it barely took any of his live bar off....I mean
if I go back there in my game and I am about level 45, that dam dragon if I't hits me with its fire It would kill me in one hit most likely running
up that bridge like he did. So WTF.
I know when i got there I was about his level and it killed me in one hit, it barely took any health of him, whats up with that.
Unless there is a trick to it, then I think he might be a little more "advanced" in more then just having the benefit of beating the game a couple
of times, then normal players have, plus he is basically just running past everyone and only fighting those he must.
But hey on the plus side now I know how to get behind that dragon and open that gate, from watching that vid
Oh and skyrim is going to be a good game no doubt, but dark souls is a whole different animal. Besides in the elder scrolls game there is a lot of
grinding, and basically text that you have to go trough in the game missions and in the story line in fact compared to the amount of text that npc
have in the elder scrolls games, it might as well be a novel, or a couple of novels.
Dark Souls has little to say, it's more of an action game, # it does not even tell you much of anything about why your there, or were to go. It
basically drops you in a world and you walk around and get killed very often, till you find out were to go and what to do, with only a couple of
npc's scattered trough out the land here and there.
But i bet you in Skyrim you will have thousands of npc's that you can just go up to and talk, and they will have a story and text to go trough. In
fact doing that alone without the traveling and main story, or action and fighting, is going to be like 30 hours or more of the game.
And even with all that I know I can speed run trough the older games pretty fast if I wanted to.
The only reason it would be longer though is because the elder scroll games once you to go trough all the leveling up, text, finding different
versions of the same item, and exploring vaster worlds, if you take all that away the game would be about a 30 hr experience for most players, and
if you know were everything is yes you could beat it in a couple of hours.