>dfw you will never wake up in a comfy game village surrounded by good feels & wanderlust
It's possible if someone puts LSD in your mouth while you sleep. Possible, but extremely unlikely. You'd probably just wake up tripping about some random retarded shit, or freak out.
Peasant life and death from extremely painful ass disease will come to you, but only if you respond to this post with : I hope i die before i hit 20 so i dont have to suffer hunger anymore.
Yea, keep telling yourself that
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i always used to think like this at night but the only thing that was a bummer was when i thought there was nothing beyond the horizon or where the game limits were
that removes much fun from it
>gotta get a job
>no cure all potions
>can't just go raid dungeons for treasures
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Outside the villiage is generally analrapeville
Pass as well
I have family in Ireland, and I go over to the ass end of Tipperary 3 or 4 times a year, sometimes for a month in the summer.
Nothing to do during the day except walk, visit people and chop wood. We don't own a TV out there.
Pub every night.
I hated it when I was a kid, but now it feels like I'm stepping back a hundred years, and I love the slow pace of it.
The only major difference is the NPCs
This one image has more "life" than all of skyrim. Even Oblivion had less robotic AI in terms of what they could do & more detailed schedules
>not talking about seeing mudcrabs the other day and snorting as a retort
I haven't played it yet, but Horizon Zero Dawn is open-world and somewhat sci-fi.
Not sure if the new Mass Effect game is open-world. Also don't think I want to buy it, because of the all smug, outspoken, anti-white SJWs involved with the creation of the game.
I'd like something like TES but with more focus on events happening because of NPCs/creatures interacting because of their AI and less triggered events
Add in 1 - 4 player coop and that would be comfy af for exploring, camping, dungeon crawling etc
It's literally no different then joining the marines and playing CoD IRL. Only you need to eat, sleep, stay warm, keep water on hand, and not have a magic bag that can hold everything provided you're strong enough..
You ever seen someone carry 4 suits of armor and still fight at full strength??? Neither have I
>Why the fuck did they even bother?
Because I don't want to have to zoom in on the ugly faces of pointless townspeople who have jack shit to say yet somehow seem absolutely eager to engage me in the exact same conversation as often as I wish that day, giving the same inane facts about what is where in the city using penetrating creepy eye contact and having the same phrasing as anybody else I ask.
Which is more engaging?
>events happening because of NPCs/creatures interacting because of their AI and less triggered events
Hunters getting into fights with soldiers over poaching in Oblivion was a fun little event to catch, even though it was technically a bug. And of course in Skyrim wandering patrols would fight each other.
Except you will likely never get to see action except maybe once in a blue moon and then for maybe an hour total before it's back to just formations, waiting, and picking up garbage.