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« Reply #120 on: November 24, 2015, 08:51:45 AM »

*Side-Quest Related*

Really starting to wonder if Bethesda fired all of its writing staff that knew how to do Horror-themes. It's really, really bizarre because Skyrim had some really good moments in their side-quests that pulled off that kinda distraction gloriously. But between

The Museum of Witchcraft and Dunwich Borers

everything's been kind of a let down. The first was a fantastic build-up that (quickly) let to a VERY predictable, almost comedic end due to how poorly that particular thing could be cheesed. The second was a meh build up, promising middle, but as soon as that promise peeks its head out *pop*, it all ends.

In this particular case I'd rather they did nothing than present this half-baked mess. XP
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« Reply #121 on: March 31, 2016, 01:38:03 AM »

I've been playing this recently (Level 19) and the one complaint I don't get is about the dialogue.

I don't understand how it's "dumbed down" compared to the other games.

I'm mostly disappointed they used so much of the same music from the previous games. I was hoping for a fancy new soundtrack to get used to.

As for the setting, I really hope they don't just decide to go East Coast/West Coast every time. They need to shake up the formula a bit.

I avoid online multiplayer because my brain still works.
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