The Hobbit is a book that many people treat as an old friend; it's something they can go back to year after year without fear of sudden change. So it's fitting, perhaps, that the game translation doesn't rock the boat with design or presentation. Those who have come to Tolkien via Peter Jackson's films (and various game versions thereof) will likely be disappointed by the lighter tone, but The Hobbit is a fine place to start for younger gamers. In that respect, the puzzles, side quests and overall presentation are just about right.
\"Morrowind is the third installment in the Elder Scrolls series. The game takes place on the island of Vvardenfell, a district in the Dunmeri province of Morrowind. It is smaller in scope than the previous games in the main series, Daggerfall and Arena, yet much more detailed. This epic, open-ended RPG allows for a wide variety of character designs and play styles. The game continues to be sold on store shelves eight years after its initial release, partially due to the widespread mod community which has the potential to supply Morrowind with new content in perpetuity. The Xbox 360 is backwards compatible with Morrowind.
Since this article is locked, can someone edit the first paragraph and remove the word \"eight\" As of today, the game will have been released over 9 years ago. Just sayin'. Marlos 13:12, 27 July 2011 (UTC)
i just bought the morrowind game of the year edition which im told is backwards compatible with the xbox 360 but whenever i try to play it i get an error message telling me to \"download the game again\" the same thing happens to halo combat evolved i have an xbox live gold membership and am connected i would really like to play this game and i dont know how please help184.108.40.206 20:11, 24 May 2013 (GMT)
I used to buy a lot of games as many as 1 to 2 a month. The last game I bought that had copy protection was NWN2, and I had to find a cracked executable in order to allow me to run the game that I purchased on my machine.
Shamus,what about people that simply cannot obtain the legal copySome years in the past,I was unable to buy the original because no one imported it,and I had a dial up(plus no credit card,plus online sales werent developed for games).I did pay for those games,but not to a publisher(I did manage to get some of those legally later,but thats not what Im saying here).True,people that sell the games this way are criminals,but what about the buyers that are supporting these piratesSome would gladly pay more for the original if it was available.
When galciv2 appeared,someone(an admin tied in with starforce forums,I forgot who exactly)wanted to show how a no DRM game was innefective,and posted a link towards a galciv torrent.And now,2 years later,I browsed the net a bit to bring you these shocking(well,not so shocking)revelations:
Twilight of arnor,a game released on april 30th has no cracks,no torrents,nothing(well,I did manage to find beta torrents,and two serial numbers(didnt check these),but aside from that,nothing),yet mass effect,a game released on may 28th(the NA release),has loads of torrents and cracks(although,judging by the comments,the cracks Ive found dont work so well,but fixes are coming out daily).
But consider this:I own a program that I bought dirt cheap(5 euros back then),I use it at least once a week,yet I had the cd in the drive just twice in the last two years(during the instals),and I entered the cd key just 3 times(during the instals,and during the first patch).The program has great online support,and nice patches(that are more upgrades than patches,since barelly anything is broken).And yet I cannot name a single game that was made in the last 5 years(and probably even more)that I played for tenth that time,that was at least tenth as valuable to me.And all of those require a cd to be present in the drive,most of them require online activation,most are broken and require numerous (large) patches in order to run properly,and some are even worse(stardock and indy games arent like this though,but the rest are).So I simply wont bitch to anyone for wanting to remove all that unnecessary crap from those games.
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