whats the difference?
in my experience, I have never really thought the special edition was ever worth it...
to tell the truth, I cannot even get thru the game...
WAY TOO lineaur for me...way too much story telling... way too dumbed down from the prior game (oblivion, which is far superior game)
I been playing kerbal space program, and I love it... designing rockets, and luaching them into space, staging the rockets, getting into orbit, slingshoting around towards the mun... everything I do is on me... while... other games make you go thru this door, down this path, and fight this enemy...
Only games I play now are sandbox games that offer freedom, Sports games, and RTS games (total War, which is kinda sandbox, as you get a map of a world, and you go from there... I don't HAVE to invade belguim as Holland... I can ddo whatever I want, invade hannover, or backstab the brittsh...
Kerbal Space Program
Empire Total War
that's my rotation of games right now
i know your post is a month old lol
but with what you got a problem is the reason those games are really something, storytelling is why elder scrolls and gta always steal the show, in gta is a character driven plot as we saw in gta IV, in skyrim is always a quest to save the world you know, our character doesnt talk, we get the emotions from everyone else.
you played fallout 3? liam nesson gave our character father real life, man thats something everyones want in a game, talent in voice acting, the oblivion you love, what about patrick stewart role? storytelling IS IMPORTANT for a game to be really good. most games are like call of duty to linear and generic to truly care for, everyones love multiplayer, singleplayer is a dying art nowdays.