A horrible thing has happened recently - I've kind of lost my engagement in the single player game. This is bollocks and cannot stand. I half blame work - this is practically the first time I've worked a full time job ever. Say what you will about bartending and waiting tables (and I can... at length), you can definitely make enough to live on working only part time. 8 hours is a lot of hours, folks. A good deal of the time when I get home all I feel good for is watching teevee and mooking around the internet. Another factor is the bullshit depression, of course.
Devil May Cry, how do I love thee? From whence comes my burning ardor? (That sounds like a personal problem.) Is it your amazing combat, your smokin’ hot protagonist, or perhaps the fact that you once let me fight with an electric guitar that shoots bats? I will give you a hint, my darling, it is all of these things and more.
Oh, that was bad. Sorry, sometimes I can't help myself. Awful puns aside, one of the big questions in Elder Scrolls games is this - Is being a vampire fun or just annoying? Yes, the concept of being a bloodthirsty creature of the night is pretty awesome, but Elder Scrolls packs enough disadvantages into it to put some people off. I've been playing as a vampire for some time now, so I thought I'd share my opinion (which is obviously totally right).