Well, those mammoths don't look very big to me.
It'd be nice if there were more variety in faces and body types than in Oblivion. Like IRL, not everyone's an endomorph - we've got bean poles, pears, buxom ladies and paunchy men. In Oblivion, it just gets bland after a while. Even with body replacers, there's still isn't the variety one sees in Grand Central Station.
But if everyone in Skyrim looks like that, then that's just as bad. The 'roid physique, bald heads, facial scarring etc are fine here and there, but not if everyone looks like that.
If the in-game scenery is really that detailed, I wonder how many new PC's will get sold in this economy?
Oh, and is that a bottle of Heinz 57 ketchup on the table just behind Mr. 'Roid?This post has been edited by haute ecole rider: Jun 4 2011, 01:58 PM
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