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> *Originally posted by **[Vegard20](/forums/3/topics/242580?page=1#posts-5225973):***
> The Sims 3 and all its expansions and spin-offs. If you’re into ~~wasting a lot of money~~ sandbox gaming you’ll love this.
Except that costs more than buying hot woman forever or something
In opinion Skyrim was grossly overrated. Sure it’s fun, but it was made out to be the best game ever made and I just didn’t enjoy as much as other people did. However, I love Minecraft because it’s as fun as you make it. Your imagination runs the game.
> *Originally posted by **[Beny071](/forums/3/topics/242580?page=1#posts-5228362):***
> However, I love Minecraft because it’s as fun as you make it. Your imagination runs the game.
Smashing rocks together can be an amazing experience too if you put enough imagination behind it.
Also, yes. Skyrim is insanely over-rated and broken as fuck.
The game is still a bloody brilliant game.
Gotta know how to play it though.
Set it to a hard difficulty, turn off the magic compass showing you where everything is, no fast travel, only use the map when in a village or around some settler, and get some nice graphic mods (flora overhaul, landscape overhaul, enchanced night sky to name a few). Get yourself immersed and it suddenly gets a thousand times better.
Although i have been an Elder scrolls fan for years, i think you should get Minecraft. If you got some friends who plays games too, you should get them to join in and make an online server, so much more fun. :)
Depends on how much free time you have to spend (even though you actually need a lot for both) and depends on what kind of Sandbox game you want. Because you know.. in Skyrim you can’t craft and in Minecraft you don’t kill dragons and do quests.
> *Originally posted by **[Seesine](/forums/3/topics/242580?page=1#posts-5229364):***
> Depends on how much free time you have to spend (even though you actually need a lot for both) and depends on what kind of Sandbox game you want. Because you know.. in Skyrim you can’t craft and in Minecraft you don’t kill dragons and do quests.
I assume you havent heard of the recently revealed FINAL BOSS FOR MINECRAFT THAT HAPPENS TO BE A DRAGON!
Definitely get both. They’re such different games, it’s hard to compare one another. Minecraft is a creative builder that’s essentially legos on steroid. Skyrim is an epic rpg. I personally like skyrim better, but it’s personal choice.