MEGamer's article points out how stories Bethesda's Elder Scrolls games, starting from Morrowind, relate to real world events such as War on Terror, nationalism, and even Christianity.
Wow I really never even thought about this. Interesting article.
Ugh. Or they're both made-up stories in a fantasy world and don't parallel real-life events what so ever. This reminds of of that English teacher we've all had who says crap like "THE BLUE CURTAINS REPRESENT HIS SORROW AND ANGUISH AND BLAH BLAH BLAH," when if the author heard that would say "SHUT UP, THERE IS NO DEEPER MEANING, THEY'RE JUST BLUE CURTAINS!"
Yeah it's a tad annoying . It's one thing when accounted details of the life , personality and actual comments of an author lead to very specific interpretation of a book and particular chapters ..... but it's another when some teacher screw 4 hours of your day telling you that it's how it reads , nothing else . A few years later at Univ , you find yet another fool with a vastly different interpretation , and feel like smacking both with a brick :p
Why not an arrow in the knee instead of a brick? :P
I always thought that Skyrim's plot was pretty basic. A civil war being fueled by racial supremacy. The Thalmor think they're above all races, and the Nords pretty much hate all races except their own. I didn't look at it as some grand story about nationalism. Once you walk into Windhelm for the first time, you know what the game is about. @dredgewalker: for the sake of sanity, please stop using that vastly overplayed meme.
@Dragon Lol, I'm sorry I just can't help it. I actually just got Skyrim yesterday and I haven't yet encountered this dreaded meme. I'm already thinking of whacking any character that uses that line and see how many people I kill as an experiment on how rampant that meme is in Skyrim.
So let me get this straight... you don't think colours have a relationship to emotions. Have you heard the saying "feeling blue".... Or how red and yellow stimulate hunger. People just pass by things that became common and dont understand the origins of them, but think they're educated on these things.... Like saying cheers. People say it everyday and have NO CLUE about its origins.
Dr. Seuss books have deeper meanings with a children friendly camouflage
And this articles about pointless speculation that obviously isn't true.
Many games, fims and music pieces use the real world as inspiration. Nothing is just dreamt up out of thin air. Ideas always come from somewhere. So even if the developers didn't mean for it to, chances are inspiration has been taken from real world events during the making of this game.
all i know is that 4 is alot better than 5
Oh FFS doesnt anyone just PLAY a game anymore without over-analyzing? Hello Buzz Killington!
i love 4 must of put 1000 hours in that game.so much more u can do than skyrim
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