13:20 - Zaphod Also the reason I wanted to wait with getting all the awesome items in Skyrim until I had the right level so they would be the most powerful. But then I just ended up getting bored of the game before I ever got there.
13:18 - Zaphod Yeah, that's one of the things that made Morrowind a thousand times better than Skyrim.
13:02 - !J.O.O.E.! I loved Morrowing primarily for the fact you know you could hunt down legendary items from the off, and you could also walk into an area of enemies way beyond your level. Made exploration feel more real and worth it than Skyrim.
12:59 - !J.O.O.E.! I really hope they drop the whole enemies / equipment levelling with you like in Skyrim. Got sick of finding a high level piece of armour near the start to have it become totally useless and bettered by generic equipment later on.
12:55 - Zaphod Hadn't thought of the music. That'll likely be a problem. Not sure how I feel about the interface and leveling system of Skyrim in Morrowind...
French metallers Blut Aus Nord have revealed a teaser trailer online for the band's new upcoming release 777 - Cosmosophy, which will be released in North America on October 9th and in rest of the world on September 21st. Teaser can be viewed below.
Debemur Morti Productions commented on the release: "The denouement. The calm after the storm (but, still, disquiet interrupts the serenity); when the floods have washed away the debris. The circle is closed. Haunting, dreamlike, an altered state has been achieved. All-knowing wisdom prevails. At one with all -- omniscient. Soaring, alive with insight, bursting with extra-ordinary energy. Almighty. At the centre of an infinite structure in perpetual deconstruction, 777 - Cosmosophy represents the instinctive manifestation of human and obsolete conception of Time. Where the light feeds the darkness, where every second is the Eternity and sounds the death knell - the monumental work of the eccentric soul gets lost in a deep echo... and this echo is the sublime Sound of the Universe.
A beautiful tragedy; a tragic beauty. Devastatingly restrained, the climactic movement in the monumental 777 trilogy represents the culmination of a rapturous evolutionary process. Arguably Blut Aus Nord's most - daring venture yet, the third and final chapter represents both the beginning and the end. Et le Chaos se tut..."