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MrMcCheez  posted on Jun 01, 2006 1:58:48 PM - Report post

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I sent a letter to the makers of Elder Scrolls saying " I think that if you make another Elder Scrolls game then you
should make it online and local system multiplayer. On a local system
the players should have the option to do cooperative gameplay on one
side or versus with one player on the daedric side and one on the normal
good side.This is already my favorite game but I wish I could play with
my friends or online with the rest of the world.And also exposing the
whole other side of the Elder Srolls series would make the game longer,
more difficult, and to many, more fun.I hope that you make a new Elder
Scrolls game based after the most recent version(Oblivion)and regard my
comment in the making."

I want feed back on this topic saying what you guys think about this. I am kind of new at this game and do not now all that much about it but those of you that now a lot, please tell me what you think and maybe send one to them yourself so we may actually make a difference. Go to cotact us at the bottom of the page at www.bethesda.com and you can figure it out from there.

[Edited by MrMcCheez, 6/1/2006 2:00:52 PM]

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