Bethesda Game Studios Opens Montreal Branch, Headed By Yves Lachance

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I've spent enough time in Bethesda games to say that they are without a doubt the best price to game time spent ratio of any other games I've played, even at full price. That said, I hope they use these resources to build (or finish) a new engine. Please! I'm not a graphics w**re, but they really need an update.
 

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I've spent enough time in Bethesda games to say that they are without a doubt the best price to game time spent ratio of any other games I've played, even at full price. That said, I hope they use these resources to build (or finish) a new engine. Please! I'm not a graphics w**re, but they really need an update.
I'll give you that they do give you a huge amount of gameplay per dollar spent, but boy, a HUGE percentage of that gameplay they give you is EXTREMELY dull. I'll take a 10-hour game that's all-killer-no-filler vs. a 300-hour Bethesda game that's 290 hours of walking around picking through trash bins.
 

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I'll give you that they do give you a huge amount of gameplay per dollar spent, but boy, a HUGE percentage of that gameplay they give you is EXTREMELY dull. I'll take a 10-hour game that's all-killer-no-filler vs. a 300-hour Bethesda game that's 290 hours of walking around picking through trash bins.
This is a perfect example of "one man's trash is another's treasure". My favorite things to do in any Bethesda game are exploring and item collecting. I always keep one of every weapon/armor I find and have never sold an enchanted weapon in Skyrim.

The fact that every piece of trash can be turned into something usable in Fallout 4 makes my inner hoarder/crafter giddy.
 
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