At 10/26/12 11:17 PM, Ragnarokia wrote:
At 10/25/12 04:36 PM, Addict wrote:
fucking oblivionElder Scrolls game lack any real grinding to get what you want, you just need to stumble across ridiculously overpowered gear and stupidly expensive things to vendor and just buy whatever training you want. I once stumbled across a tree stump in Bloodmoon which contained a stash of arrows empowered to deal 5000 bonus damage which basically 1 or half shot the most powerful stuff in the game. That pretty much made stuff even more faceroll.
Well that's mostly in Morrowind.
In Oblivion they took that out by making enemies and gear level up with you, so you couldn't get any powerful gear until you reached the higher levels. This system does still make grinding fairly pointless though, unless you do it somewhat efficiently. But anyway, I would agree that in the Elder Scroll series gear seems to be much more important than stats when it comes to combat.
Still, if you want a game in which you can invest lots of time grinding skills/levels then Morrowind, Oblivion and Skryim are good choices.
At 10/29/12 06:33 PM, Dannyboi93 wrote:
What about browser based games then? I bought TF2 a while back but my craptop can't handle it :/
Not even when you lower the settings? I got a pretty shitty laptop myself but it can handle TF2 if I lower the settings (it'll still lag a bit sometimes though).