> KOTOR rules... i have finished the light and dark side quests like 5
> times each, and i'm still playing it. it is a little boxed in though,
> especially when compared to morrowind.
But the Dark Side ending is just fantastic... most satisyfing game ending I've seen in a long time.
I knew they'd mentioned it. :)
I'm going to peruse...
'Furthermore, one important aspect of the updated PC version of Morrowind unfortunately didn't make it into the Xbox version of Morrowind Game of the Year Edition: an organized journal. In the original release of the game, one consequence of being able to travel anywhere in a huge, open-ended world and to take on countless quests from countless non-player characters was that all those quests would be annotated in chronological order in a journal that, before long, would be the size of a novel. Trying to track down the name of the character or the destination of a quest, much less remember which quests you still had pending and which quests you'd already finished, could be a real headache. This problem was addressed in a patch for the PC version of Morrowind, which allowed you to browse your journal by quest and filter out completed quests. Apparently, though, some technical issues prevented this feature from being easily imported into this Xbox rerelease. Regardless of what could have been, though, the difficulty of keeping track of your quests is still a big problem in the Xbox version of Morrowind Game of the Year Edition. '
> So, say I was sitting in the middle of some god-forsaken back water
> full of nasties, and I transferred save files...I'd be in the same
remember gamespot/ign mentioning it.
IS THE JOURNAL FIXED IN GOTY?
Because trawling through 100-odd pages of text to find some random wannabe-Tolkien name is boring.
Get the Game of the Year edition, though. Includes the two expansion packs.