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By on July 20, 2015 at 4:59 pm

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With The Witcher 3 now out and blowing everyone away, I thought now is a good time to talk about a pet hate of mine: character customisation. I know many of you here absolutely love the ability to make you avatar into whatever you want, whether it’s an elf with scars all over their face or a badass humanoid with a massive tat.

But before you bring out the pitchforks, please hear me out. I would rather have my cake and eat it too. If we can get around the downsides of character customisation and still have it then by all means let’s have it. However, generally speaking it seems that particular goal is too hard for developers to achieve.

So why don’t I like it?

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All The Shepards

By on February 14, 2013 at 4:41 pm

I don’t like replaying games. I think you’re either/or. Some guys and gals endlessly wring every bit of fun to be had out of a game by constantly going back for more (I know a crazy man who played Turok three times. That is dedication. Maybe even the gaming equivalent of waterboarding). Some guys and gals, like me, play it once and make it an event; a grand ol’ experience to be treasured but not, under any circumstances, repeated. That would say to its initial impact, “You were not an impact.” Which isn’t true, but the first impact would listen and fall into a depressive haze, eventually dissipating.

Mass Effect 3 has made me break this rule for the first time in years…

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Skyrim vs Mass Effect

By on January 14, 2013 at 4:29 pm

I loved Mass Effect 3. I thought it was a great way to end a wonderful story and I spent as much time as possible savouring the final journey of Shepard and the crew of the Normandy, completing every side quest, every conversational strand and following every interpersonal relationship to its ultimate limit.

Likewise I loved Skyrim, albeit for other reasons. The story wasn’t particularly great but the sense of place was superb, with the rewards for exploration being constantly surprising and tangible. Over 180 or so hours I explored every inch of the world, investigating every cave, climbing every mountain and opening every door, portcullis and chest I came across.

The thing is, however, that I have had absolutely no impetus to play any of the DLC for either title, though admittedly for quite different reasons.

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