Considering how Nu-Fallout is tied with The Elder Scrolls series mechanically and what this site thinks of Bethesda, Im interested in reading your thoughts on The Elder Scrolls series. Never played the first two Elder Scrolls games, Battlespire, Redguard, Online, and Blades Morrowind: Great game, despite its shortcomings. What really sells the game is the setting, it gives the game a unique atmosphere that isn't really seen in other fantasy media. It kind of sucks that the series never really took on the weird metaphysical and absurdist concepts that would have really set it apart from the rest of its contemporaries. Oblivion: Mixed opinions on this one. On one hand, the combat is pretty shitty, the visuals (particularly the bloom effects and the models) definitely haven't aged well, and it took the opposite direction that Morrowind had steered towards for something like LOTR which was pretty boring but... its absolutely unintentionally hilarious. Stuff like the so called "Radiant A.I." put NPCs in WTF random scenarios (there's a series by Bacon_ on Youtube that's just dedicated to stuff like this ) and the quests are pretty fun (the Dark Brotherhood and Thieves guild quest lines are an example of this, there's one where you rescue a guy whose stuck in his own painting and you buy your own castle but then you find out its haunted by a lich). In the end, I wouldn't call it a particularly good game but it is pretty enjoyable Skyrim: Remember to purchase at least two copies on Steam (https://store.steampowered.com/app/72850/The_Elder_Scrolls_V_Skyrim/ and https://store.steampowered.com/app/489830/The_Elder_Scrolls_V_Skyrim_Special_Edition/) and buy the VR edition (https://store.steampowered.com/app/611670/The_Elder_Scrolls_V_Skyrim_VR/) which is the best virtual reality game ever in past, present, and future! Did I forget to tell you that you can play Skyrim on your Alexa? (https://www.amazon.com/Bethesda-Game-Studios-Special-Edition/dp/B07D6STSX8) Honestly the greatest game ever made and I'll find you and knock you out and send you in a cart away from your family if you say otherwise.