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Skyrim is an RPG for modern times.
You don't use a 80's tv for modern games, do you?
I have no issues reading the books, using a 40´ LCD/TV. The problem is the size of screen, for PC players works ok, because they have the face close to the monitor. Today, forcing someone to read story in-game or on paper, is an achievement, but that's my view. Audio for all books is too much, the developers have a controled cost number of data for the 3 plataforms, no matters if PC or bluray swallow a lot of information.
Collecting items is interesting, you need to consider the variety of users, many accustomed to the type of "collecting" from the MMO style. Try Lotro for example. Visually, Skyrim could be even more beautiful, but you have to remember, thanks to multiplatform, everything has to be compressed at ridiculous cost of quality (textures, models, sprites, animation) all losing, considering the huge world.
No one sits at a table of audio today to "compose in keyboard"... your vision is pure nostalgia meaningless.
And you prefer a "midi" close to a symphony??
In a world full of magic, limitations are welcome.
Your podcast does not reflect long hours playing the game, there are five years of production inside Skyrim.
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