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Morrowind defiling continues - Skywind


Mar 15, 2008
Codex USB, 2014
Then, the work on Morrowind in TESVI engine will begin.


Dec 13, 2019
Skywind feels like it's meant for gamers who cannot get into original Morrowind for whatever God forsaken reason, just so they can finally say they have played Morrowind. I dunno, I think there are different experiences between playing the game like Skyrim clone and playing a completely different game. But then again these types of people have hard time adapting or learning.
Do not underestimate the appeal of modernized visuals. I'd argue this is the main reason why a lot of people skip Morrowind nowadays.

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