I've put about 40 hours into the PS3 version of Skyrim recently and really can't say I've had bugs that want to make me stop playing the game. The only thing I notice are geometry glitches. Not to say the game is perfectly coded, but it's such a good game I'd agree with the above and say go ahead and get it.
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@TruthTellah: I don't think you took what I wrote in any way that I meant it. My art school comment wanted to prove that I could take criticism and want the "buffoons" to show me the ropes no matter how harsh they might do it. You're seeing the worst in what I wrote and twisting it so that I fit your image of a stodgy stereotype. I posted this to be sincere. I have no animosity or hatred of anyone here, even the guys who flamed me. All I really wanted to do was explain my position and ask for advice from the people you think I revile so much.
I'm not worried about the spamming, shit happens, just won't let it happen again. I think my next project is a Review of TO for the PSP. Damn good game. Just keep following the links on the site and it seems it will eventually take you somewhere interesting. I can count on it never taking long either.
I’m relatively new to the forums and spouted what some would call blasphemy. Now I understand that I broke a rule that most of you work really hard to uphold but as one poster said “everybody get one”. Negative Criticism always cuts a little, but I feel I’m particularly immune to it havein gone through an art program in college where about half of the “students” are just full time ass holes. I don’t feel that I should apologize because I was both banned and flamed so bad I’m now extra crispy, but instead I’ll keep jumping in feet first until someone doesn’t try to run me off doing the best I can to bring some proficient writing and hopefully and observation every now and then.
Now I’m not that naive to things that this post alone isn’t going to fan the fire of less than savory comments, but as an older(ish) I had forgotten my audience and that’s the worst thing that I can possibly do. I don’t have a lot of time to spend watching quick looks and endurance runs all night but do want to be a part of the community and have time here and there to catch a video or browse the forums.
I guess I run into my question. I’ve tried starting out with blog posts, which I will continue to write for the 1 person that comments, and I’ve called in to the bomcast, but besides starting flame topics (I swear I will never do on purpose) what’s the best venue for people to read what you write?