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Gothic 3 trashed at Rewired Mind - 2/10

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Gothic 3 trashed at Rewired Mind - 2/10

Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Tue 31 October 2006, 23:14:07

Tags: Gothic III; Piranha Bytes

A moron named Tobias Rowe from Rewired Mind has abused the freedom of the internet by posting a very short and negative review of Gothic 3. The score is 2/10 due to technical problems and Tobias' stupidity.

Full of repeated models, glitches and infuriating mechanics, Gothic III is a game to be missed and forgotten---instantly.
Apparently, Tobias is a prophet.

The story continues with the series’ unnamed hero, who returns to the mainland from the island of Khorinis to discover that orcs have slaughtered and enslaved the population. Not originality at its best.
Because every game I've ever played starts like that.

This is not helped along at all by the very wooden voice acting and stale character animations, not to mention the fact that every orc looks identical...

A flat out lie.

Gothic III is an orthodox RPG but a very abysmal and repetitive one.
If you say so, Tobias.

The recent release of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion puts Gothic III to absolute shame; since the former is by far the superior of the two and much more worthy of both your time and money. This is not simply down to the multitude of bugs Gothic III is plagued with, as it would still be a very poor game even when running at its full potential.
Hmm...I wonder what Rewired Mind thinks of Oblivion...a massive achievement for the RPG genre ... 9/10. I see...

Spotted at: RPG Watch

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