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More to Skryim than Skyrim?

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Jhagiti Tyran
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#1 - 2011-11-26 11:18:25 UTC
Selinate
#2 - 2011-11-26 15:22:52 UTC


I really would like for Bethesda to make an elder scrolls that includes all of the continents/countries in it.

I also realize how painfully long this would take to make, so I don't blame them for not doing it.

Meh, we'll see what they end up using those parts for, or if they just want it put there for mods...
Tobias Sjodin
Apocalyptic Theorem
#3 - 2011-11-26 15:45:46 UTC
Like we needed another skyrim thread :P

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Gavin DeVries
JDI Industries
#4 - 2011-11-27 06:34:49 UTC
Selinate wrote:
I really would like for Bethesda to make an elder scrolls that includes all of the continents/countries in it.


You mean something like Arena? It had all of Tamriel in it. Of course it was the crappy "go here, dungeon crawl for me, so I can tell you where to dungeon crawl for yourself, then move on to the next region and repeat" gameplay, but hey, it was 1994.

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Khors
Doomheim
#5 - 2011-11-27 10:41:34 UTC
Why do people find this so fantastic? it's just a poorly, rough, shaped area of the other parts of tamriel that's only there in case you go to a mountain top at the border and happen to see that far. Are people amazed that bethesda choosed this method instead of making a blank wall with a static background on?
Jhagiti Tyran
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#6 - 2011-11-27 12:04:25 UTC
Khors wrote:
Why do people find this so fantastic? it's just a poorly, rough, shaped area of the other parts of tamriel that's only there in case you go to a mountain top at the border and happen to see that far. Are people amazed that bethesda choosed this method instead of making a blank wall with a static background on?


Because a lot of the areas are so much further than can be seen perhaps?
Shivus Tao
Brutor Tribe
Minmatar Republic
#7 - 2011-11-27 12:18:19 UTC
Might have something to do with the way the sky works.
Khors
Doomheim
#8 - 2011-11-28 09:16:45 UTC
Jhagiti Tyran wrote:
Khors wrote:
Why do people find this so fantastic? it's just a poorly, rough, shaped area of the other parts of tamriel that's only there in case you go to a mountain top at the border and happen to see that far. Are people amazed that bethesda choosed this method instead of making a blank wall with a static background on?


Because a lot of the areas are so much further than can be seen perhaps?

Margin
Tobias Sjodin
Apocalyptic Theorem
#9 - 2011-11-28 11:44:27 UTC
Khors wrote:
Jhagiti Tyran wrote:
Khors wrote:
Why do people find this so fantastic? it's just a poorly, rough, shaped area of the other parts of tamriel that's only there in case you go to a mountain top at the border and happen to see that far. Are people amazed that bethesda choosed this method instead of making a blank wall with a static background on?


Because a lot of the areas are so much further than can be seen perhaps?

Margin


Exactly. Only overzealous speculation and dreamweavery leads to the conclusion that this somehow means that all (or parts) of tamriel is going to be a future DLC or something like that.

With the draw/view distance of some people you need that extra space... or it would look like crap.

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