Comments on Profile Post by Walpknut

  1. Norzan
    Norzan
    Because Bethesda is not interested in cohesive worlds with actual meaningful tasks. They just care about filling the world with meaningless bullshit to give the illusion of content.
    Nov 12, 2018
  2. Walpknut
    Walpknut
    I am not even talking about writing or questing either. But also the look, the atmosphere, the graphical fidelity. How can Bethesda keep pushing out their fliailing puppets on the same market as Red Dead Redemption 2?
    Nov 12, 2018
  3. a721402
    a721402
    They created enough of die hard "fans" to defend their practice, and even Fo76 flopped, they still have the backup(Fo5/ES6/Starfield)
    Nov 12, 2018
  4. Squadcar
    Squadcar
    a721402 is somewhat right in my opinion. They have the fans and the back up. But do we really know if 76 has flopped yet? It hasn't even released and it's supposed to be a slowburner not a megahit on launch week is it not?
    So if people keep buying it a year or two from now when it gets more updates, it's doing what they intended it to do, right?
    Nov 12, 2018
  5. Squadcar
    Squadcar
    The "I won't buy it until..." crowd will eventually buy it when they see the additions that they want and that's exactly what Bethesda expects. "Oh yeah they want mods, well we'll do it in a year and see another bump in sales." And so on.
    Nov 12, 2018
  6. Walpknut
    Walpknut
    I am more part of the "I won't ever buy it" crowd tbh.
    Nov 12, 2018
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  7. Squadcar
    Squadcar
    I'd have guessed that, as most people here are. And I don't blame you. All I'm saying is that the "Wait til I get what they plan to do anyway" crowd aren't achieving anything really. I'm not talking about the people here as we're such a smaller circle that anything we contribute or don't contribute to sales wouldn't matter. Sure it adds up as each individual does or doesn't buy does matter but my point is
    Nov 12, 2018
  8. Squadcar
    Squadcar
    unless NMA's opinion is similar enough to the popular one, it's not like we'll see much of a difference either way. The masses have to demand the change and protest buying the game, which they likely won't. They've either bought it already or will buy it later on, as planned.
    Nov 12, 2018