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It adds a lot of new things and changes game mechanics for the better: less grinding and easier to get into for new players.
Star Wars just works, it doesn't matter if it's yogurt or a short action game that offers nothing new except the Star Wars setting.
It's a piece of software art and probably filled with more love than grandma's apple pie. A must have.
The story plays with clichés just to surprise you with something totally unexpected.
It's just as fascinating as it was in 1997, but technically it could have been a much better port.
Even simple quests cause a chain reaction of new incidents and it's possible to see how the player affects Tamriel. But if you expect something like Skyrim with coop-mode you still have to wait for another game.
There's not much change compared to the PC version, but it works just as well on Xbox One.
It's a nice and solid game but lacks many features. Clearly not the "next generation" of golf games.
Payday 2 is an immersive and intense "Crime Fantasy" experience and one of those games you like to talk about at a campfire.
I like the style and the setting. Having to frequently run around to find pieces of the story can be annoying, but the fascinating and touching story kept me playing.