I know I have been away from the forums for awhile, but this needs to be noted.
This is probably for the United States but at least it is something that I can have running in the background at work to keep me motivated
Anyone else looking forward to this??
I never noticed a majority of the bugs that people kept talking about in both Fallout 3 and Oblivion. Either the bugs were too random and didnt happen to me or I am too much of a fan to notice
Only 4 days to go now.
PLayed for about 5 hours yesterday, but managed to kill a dragon, buy a horse and joined the darkbrotherhood, but otherwise i kept messing out with blacksmithing and cooking (if your planning on cooking in this game, keep all the salt piles you find, as they an ingredient in practically every dish)
@Toots4You: With Fallout 3, the bugs didn't manifest very often, unless you installed any of the DLC packs. Each DLC pack you installed would increase the likelihood of a crash or freeze. The Point Lookout DLC was the worst of the lot. They were considerably less frequent in Oblivion, but still there. Not a real problem if you saved often, or kept the autosave on.
@maximuspower: Any sign of the above-mentioned problems yet? Skyrim is definitely on my list, but I'd be keener if I knew they had improved the stability of their engine.