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El juego es buenísimo y el precio está bastante bien, el servicio de entrega como siempre excelente.
Lo que no me gustó es que requiere tener una cuenta de Steam para instalar y jugar. Compré el juego en físico para evitarme estar descargando contenidos adicionales y tuve que desacargar Steam, varias actualizaciones para él, y además unos 8GB de contenido del juego.
Deberían poner una nota para los juegos que funcionen bajo este esquema.
Does it come with paper version MAP? Cons: No, it DOES NOT come with a paper or digitally downloadable map.
Is it buggy/glitchy like fallout games? Pros: Unlike fallout developing team, Skyrim's developing know what doing, meaning it's 99% bugs/glitches free. So no it's not buggy/glitchy like some of the fallout games.
I'm sure the game is really good. But when you try to load the game and you are required to load steam, and "Steam is unavailable at this time," it gets a bit frustrating. I'm mostly upset with the lack of support for new OP like win10. Steam is aweful and needs a revamp to be more user friendly for all of us not C++ certified.
The main plot is contrived, repetitive, and a near tortuous experience with a low replay value. Never mind the stale "bargain bin middle earth" setting. Fortunately some of the most sublime and well-thought-out side questlines in the series - as well as some truly enjoyable easter eggs - make up for an otherwise lackluster experience.
Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine hearken back to Morrowind's inspired, strange settings and the extensive additions of Mournhold and Bloodmoon. Once again, an addition that rescues the main storyline from being absolutely forgettable.
The graphics are better than Elder Scrolls IV, Oblivion, but other than that the game is not nearly as much fun to play. You must have your hands linked to whatever you're going to use, so if you want to cast a spell, you have to go in to the tab menu, select the spell, and select which hand it will be used in. Whatever you had in that hand before is now unavailable until you go back into the menu and re-equip it. The menus are no longer intuitive. Your quest menu, for instance, no longer allows you to follow up on completed quests, which makes it impossible to find where you were when you got a piece of information or found something quest-related to another quest because you can no longer access the majority of information about the quest you were on when you found it. Interestingly enough, after playing Oblivion with every possible character/race/class combination from start to finish, it becomes obvious that many of the quests and maps are nothing more than rehashes of other locations and adventures that you completed in Oblivion.