Today we have been given an estimation of just how much time players will get to enjoy while playing Skyrim.
Insta-buy crazy hours!
Not so crazy if you consider that Oblivion had 200+ if tried to get all of the achievement or trophies.
No trophies. :/
These many hours of the same lead to being burnt out for many(including myself)
Well sorry, never played it on the PS3. I had read they were to have a trophy patch, so I assumed it had trophies.
@Skyrim has "hundreds of hours of content" No shit
hello skyrim, dark souls, goodbye netflix, p90x workout, swag bucks...strip clubs
goodbye life, hello skyrim
I remember when Adam Sessler said that when you play oblivion you will never feel alone again. I think that will be true for Skyrim too.
something we knew from day one
More like something we assumed for day 1 and now its been confirmed by the devs for the first time but yeah pretty much.
no I think I heard Todd Howard say a couple times in interviews that Skyrim has hundreds of hours of content and it was confirmed while E3 was going on http://www.strategyinformer... so this is old news
What its been confirmed by the developers.. Cuz there opinion wont be biased at all... Probz be 20 -30 hours of content that 99% of players will see with optioonal shitty grindy content for the rest and we all know it :) No reason to deny it
Even if that's true, 20-30 hours is still FAR better than the 6-8 hours you get from the average shooter these days, for the same price. Also, I found the 'grindy' content in Oblivion (Nirnroot anybody?) to be enjoyable.
@heartnet o those be fighting words. Oblivion did a great job at side missions, even structured them in a way that felt like another game. The fighters guild, mages guild, thieves guild, and dark brotherhood each had a lines of quests that had continuity and an ongoing story throughout. They were longer than most non RPG games themselves, and avoid what most side missions suffer from: and that's lack of story and motivation for players other than grinding. In a way the entire game of oblivion is optional, I know people that never beat it and just did the guild quests, random quests, arena, Vampire, etc without ever touching the main game. How many games have people played like that? Answer is none. short answer... no
I'm actually getting really pumped for this game. I've never really been interested in the Elder scrolls games before this, but I really like what I've seen so far.
I just hope they don't cut content and present it as DLCs later like what they did with some Oblivion DLCs and Fallout. They should go back to Morrowind style and provide big expansions (Bloodmoon & Tribunal)
We've heard this so many times. "They stopped counting at 300 hours" of content!
The article says and asks.. "It certainly sounds like there will be a lot to do but will you be picking Skyrim up on November 11th?" .....Did the little piggy go Wee Wee Wee all the way home? lol. Love that commercial. Indeed, m getting it... Skyrim is 1 of my most anticipated games this year, and this news is comforting. Game on.
okay lol oblivion had 200+ hours,so i wasn't expetcing that skyrim will have 50 hours of content anway,so what's the big deal about this content? we all know that skyrim will be big,but you know it's not big like wow!
How big does a game have to be to wow you? The elder scrolls games are the longest Single player I have ever seen by a wide margin.
I'm pretty sure we already knew that it was going to be a long game. I mean come on, it's elder scrolls.
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