I just can’t get over how good Oblivion was. Morrowind was great, Skyrim was greater, but they all fall when it comes to Oblivion. I still get a bit sad inside when I hear the music, because I know I can never experience the game like I did on my first playthrough.
Sometimes when I’m playing Skyrim, I get frustrated when I get bored and end up going through the motions. It isn’t that Skyrim is a bad game, it’s just that I’ll never be able to forget curling up on the couch as a kid, playing Morrowind, and being so into it that it seemed like a genuine part of my life.
Lydia that first chick who follows you on Skyrim scared me sooo bad when I was playing. Walking through a bunch of trees, at night.. then all of a sudden I hear footsteps behind me…
My apologies for the previously blank version of the confession. - Nat
I love Skyrim but I keep going back to Oblivion because of how much I love the Shivering Isles add-on. I loved the nod they had to Sheogorath in Skyrim, but it wasn’t enough for me because I loved all of the Shivering Isles. I wish they would bring it all back in Skyrim.
It always scares me when, in Skyrim, you’re going along and then you turn around and your housecarl/follower just suddenly appears behind you and it makes me jump every time.
Whenever I go from playing hours upon hours of Skyrim, to playing CoD, for the first couple rounds, I throw away all my flashbangs without fail because I’m trying to sprint!
In Skyrim I used to be pretty scared of undead, I was so scared I made someone else do it for me. But few weeks after playing Skyrim, I suddenly would love to clear out every draugr ruin.
At night, when I play Skyrim and I have to kill spiders or Chaurus, I put shoes on because those bastards scares and disgust me.
I never got into Morrowind due to the UI, I absolutely loved Oblivion and I think Skyrim is incredibly overrated and inferior to Oblivion. FIGHT ME.
I don’t like Skyrim.