22:09 - Jericho Rehling I remember struggling to understand directions to quests - sometimes they were just wrong, and you had to really wander to find things. And nothing marked on the map for you, so you had to really work to find dungeons too.
22:03 - !J.O.O.E.! I miss its art style, atmosphere and exploration feels from Oblivion and Skyrim.
22:02 - Jericho Rehling I grew up on Morrowind. Probably logged over a thousand hours on it in my early teens. Never really got hooked into Skyrim the same way, though I sank a lot into Oblivion too.
21:43 - !J.O.O.E.! This laptop has limited gaming capabilities but thought I'd throw a few games on for train journeys etc. I love Morrowind though. Much more so than Oblivion and Skyrim. Am downloading Oblivion right now for testing reasons
21:38 - 3rdWorld @Joe You tried Elder Scrolls III Morrowind on Win10? Wow, were you checking backward compatabilities or do you really love the game? I tried it once, it was pretty boring to me. I removed it and waiting to try Oblivion or Skyrim.
01. Intro 02. Hordes Of Zombies 03. Ignorance And Apathy 04. Subterfuge 05. Evolving Era 06. Radiation Syndrome 07. Flesh To Dust 08. Generation Chaos 09. Broken Mirrors 10. Prospect Of Oblivion 11. Malevolent Ghosts 12. Forward To Annihilation 13. State Of Mind 14. A Dying Breed
I do. Anything that appeals to the zombie loving group is cheesefest. It's up there with vampire-loving teenie goths, pirate-loving students and, of course, viking-loving metallers. More things should appeal to us Ninja lovers.