Admit it, this was the last great thing they ever did.
>tons of quests, with several especially interesting lines
>every location has something useful, incentivizing exploration
>great weapon variety
>significant amount of character to each NPC
Skyrim diluted down TES to formula without substance or intrigue while Fallout 4 removed any bit of Fallout zaniness.
nah, I had a lot more fun with skyrim than I did with oblivion
still not as good as morrowind though
No, I don't agree with that
Why don't you quit being a salty faggot and have fun with the rest of us
>gets mad at new video games
You enter the room, if not for the rustling of the wind causing the leaves to shit it would be silent. A sigh is heard.
>I used to be different you know, I used to believe in something.
His gazes lowers slightly, still staring out the window.
>I used to believe that you could take a person far..far away..I could shelter them from the realities of this world and transport them to a whole new world. A beautiful world....one with it's own dangers but nothing like ours...
His head shifting to the side now, you think he may look at you but he stops.
>I wanted to tell the player a story, a story so captivating that they couldn't tear themselves from the screen, I gave them the tools to aquire imaginable power.
>And we did it, we created something incredible
His gaze shifts back to the window, still lowered.
>And what powers they could gain, the sheer number of skills they could learn, the different ways to journey through the world...
He slowly steps away from the window and stops a few yard away from you, his eyes, looking but not quite seeing you.
>I...I used to believe that it could never end...that I could keep tearing them from this world....but...but that's all over now. Nothing will ever be the same...people...people changed....I...I changed..the rules...the rules changed...
He takes another step towards you, but slightly to the side...so as he's standing diagonally from you as if he's going to walk by.
>Maybe one day we can leave this world again, maybe we're just waiting for the right person to rekindle the flame of old...the flame of imagination....that's all it takes you know? Imagination.
As he's walking by you he pauses and puts a hand on your shoulder.
>Please remember the good times we had, and if you can forgive me for what I allowed...that...that would be something else..because I'll never be able to.
As he walks out the room and strange light falls on the doorway, fading just as quickly as it came with his exit.
I mean I made this thread about Bethesda because of course FNV is great (better) than Fallout 3. That being said, I do think /v/ overrates New Vegas. It has a lot of flaws, mainly that a lot of it is unfinished.
Modded Skyrim so you don't have to do any of the shitty questlines
Every TES spinoff that isn't Redguard