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Discussion in 'Morrowind Discussion' started by Sir Orcberry, Aug 1, 2015.
I certainly do. That game is gr8
Yep! Kohlar stopped playing it a while ago cause he couldn't handle it (yeah Kohlar, I said it ), but plenty of people still play it.
Glad to see I'm not alone
I actually picked it up not too long ago for a little bit. I was in one of those phases when I was wanting to try all of my old games and see if they were worth saving and holding on to. Of course I did not get through all of them, that would take some time, but I did come across this one. It was cool for a little bit, and then I realized how old it was.
I saw Oblivion and Morrowind on sale about 2 months ago and decided to buy them and see for myself why people say they are so good. I instantly fell in love with Morrowind and made 80 hours in a month. Great game, I'll definitely play it again once I get through Oblivion.
I still give it a go from to time, but it's been a few months since I last did. I might give it a spin this weekend, though!
Never got into Morrowind. Oblivion was my first Bethesda game ever, still is my favorite, it holds a special place in my heart.
I have Morrowind. I started playing a few times, and the atmosphere is amazing. Definitely a game I'd recommend all TES fans, but because it is so 'different' to what I am used to it always feels like quite the task to play it. I guess that is why I keep restarting and never actually finished the game.
Played Morrowind earlier today. I'm not picky with graphics at all (it could be 8-bit for all I care) so that's not a problem. The controls punched me in the gut though. And there are still quest bugs that were never fixed. I also see spelling errors from time to time (my favorite being "You are an fool"). But those minor things are squashed by the beautiful atmosphere, music, and lore. Praise Julianos, the lore! An overall fantastic game, though I wouldn't recommend it to newcomers due to its mechanical difficulties.