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xXShaddowTXx: I am one of the biggest Morrowind fans you will ever meet
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Roman5: A site that Specializes in selling "Classic" games and it doesn't even have DOOM or Quake? what a shame
or Wolfenstein 3D? or Street Fighter? or Command & Conquer? Mein Leben!
WE have to add Morrowind?

Ask Bethesda why Morrowind isn't on GOG.com yet.
Already got Morrowind on Steam but it would be awsome if Morrowind is here it deserves to

here is my character:


Race: Nord

Name: Argronok (I use that name in any western sword and socery game)

Class: Custom

My Attributes:

Strength and endurance

Major Skills:

Long Sword
Heavy Armor
Block
Armorer
Athletics

Minor Skills:

Marksman
Security
Acrobatics
Speechcraft
Mercantile

Birthsign:

Warrior
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keeveek: WE have to add Morrowind?

Ask Bethesda why Morrowind isn't on GOG.com yet.
It's because Todd Howard signed a blood pack with Gabe Newell. The future of Bethesda is tied to the Future of Steam. Skyrim was the first major non-Valve title to use the Steam Workshop, look for future Bethesda titles to more deeply entwine itself in Steam. We have about as much a chance of seeing an Elder Scrolls game here as we would seeing the Half-Life games on GOG.
I can't find my Morrowind CD, so.. It needs to be on gog.com
If GOG can't manage to get Morrowind soon, I'd settle for Daggerfall in the meantime. Just remember to cheat teleport to the objective in all dungeons and then try to find your way out. It's a lot more fun and a lot less hair pulling. Anyone who has traipsed through those massive dungeons will know what I mean.
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cogadh: For me FPS+RPG=Fail, so I won't be voting for it.
Were you thinking of Fallout 3 and New Vegas maybe?

Morrowind is not an FPS at all.
The funny thing that me and one of my friends used to laugh about in morrowind was the crime system. I could steal something from a merchant in balmora and travel to the other side of the island in an instant and a guard would know that i stole someone's food from half way across the world. How does he know that someone's underwear was stolen, did he use a telephone and or email the guy on the other end.

Guard throws turd all the way across morrowind. Other guard catches turd, smells the shit and replies: "I knew it!"
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cogadh: For me FPS+RPG=Fail, so I won't be voting for it.
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dirtyharry50: Were you thinking of Fallout 3 and New Vegas maybe?

Morrowind is not an FPS at all.
Dude, I wrote that over three years ago. You think I can remember what I was thinking when I posted a one line comment on a forum that long ago? The only thing I can assume is that I (still) don't like first-person perspective RPGs, which Morrowind most definitely is (it does have a third person option). Ironically in the meantime, I have been given Morrowind on Steam, though I haven't played it at all yet.

EDIT - I should probably clarify a little bit. I have enjoyed some first-person RPGs, like Vampire Bloodlines and the Deus Ex games, but I have yet to find a sword and sorcery RPG that isn't a steaming pile and/or totally awkward in its controls. That is most likely where I was coming from three years ago.
Post edited July 13, 2012 by cogadh
Morrowind is surely the bestest.
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dirtyharry50: Were you thinking of Fallout 3 and New Vegas maybe?

Morrowind is not an FPS at all.
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cogadh: Dude, I wrote that over three years ago. You think I can remember what I was thinking when I posted a one line comment on a forum that long ago? The only thing I can assume is that I (still) don't like first-person perspective RPGs, which Morrowind most definitely is (it does have a third person option). Ironically in the meantime, I have been given Morrowind on Steam, though I haven't played it at all yet.

EDIT - I should probably clarify a little bit. I have enjoyed some first-person RPGs, like Vampire Bloodlines and the Deus Ex games, but I have yet to find a sword and sorcery RPG that isn't a steaming pile and/or totally awkward in its controls. That is most likely where I was coming from three years ago.
Oops! Sorry! I completely missed how old this thread was.

I really enjoyed Morrowind and hope you do too if you decide to try it.
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keeveek: WE have to add Morrowind?

Ask Bethesda why Morrowind isn't on GOG.com yet.
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Stevedog13: It's because Todd Howard signed a blood pack with Gabe Newell. The future of Bethesda is tied to the Future of Steam. Skyrim was the first major non-Valve title to use the Steam Workshop, look for future Bethesda titles to more deeply entwine itself in Steam. We have about as much a chance of seeing an Elder Scrolls game here as we would seeing the Half-Life games on GOG.
This is sad but probably true. You'd more likely see them release it for free in a few years as they did with Arena & Daggerfall. Speaking of Morrowind though that reminds I have to go rescue my mods from Fileplanet.
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dirtyharry50: Were you thinking of Fallout 3 and New Vegas maybe?

Morrowind is not an FPS at all.
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cogadh: Dude, I wrote that over three years ago. You think I can remember what I was thinking when I posted a one line comment on a forum that long ago? The only thing I can assume is that I (still) don't like first-person perspective RPGs, which Morrowind most definitely is (it does have a third person option). Ironically in the meantime, I have been given Morrowind on Steam, though I haven't played it at all yet.

EDIT - I should probably clarify a little bit. I have enjoyed some first-person RPGs, like Vampire Bloodlines and the Deus Ex games, but I have yet to find a sword and sorcery RPG that isn't a steaming pile and/or totally awkward in its controls. That is most likely where I was coming from three years ago.
How could you not remember your exact thought process on any given date in the past several years??!!?

If you have Morrowind I encourage you to give it a good honest try, you need to get several hours into it to really see it for what it is. I don't know what Firts Person Sword/Spell games you have tried in the past but I can tell you that the controls for Morrowind are much better than something like, lets say Gothic. With the big exception of the leveling system I find the gameplay in the rest of Morrowind to be about perfect. At least perfect enough that just a mod or two will get it there.
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xXShaddowTXx: I am one of the biggest Morrowind fans you will ever meet
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Roman5: Wanna bet?
Umm... I said "one of the" not "the".... read before you post.
I used to play Skyrim until I took an arrow... ah, screw it - aerial Morrowind