After many hours of frustration, and hours of reading, researching I do not see the point getting a disease you cannot get rid of. Or the life of me, I have been unable to find a soul script within the game, searched all site points, and still nothing therefore, I had to surrendered to the vampire disease effects, and wonder aimlessly in Skyrim never completing a quest due to the unwanted disease, so what’s the point of getting a disease.
I thought of becoming a werewolf. Again, without the ability to speak to anyone your quest completion has drop to zero, again, what is the point having a disease you cannot get rid of. Skyrim should have been called the Disease Factor game because I fine myself very board with it, and very frustrated in the dumb game play.
I know I have harp on this before but think about it its like driving a car every few feet before you get a flat tier. The disease factor is dumb, overly used, gives you no out door, and you really cannot enjoy the game without messing around for hours finding a cure only to have the disease come right back on me. Am I frustrated that is an understatement.
The game would have been much more enjoyable if you didn’t have these diseases plague you every inch of game play. Maybe I have a major glitch within the game disc or maybe I’m missing something but after playing games for 30 years I think I can notice a game issue when I see one. Well, Skyrim will be placed onto my “Oh Well shelf of games” a place where games sit because of an issue I cannot work out, and the two Elder Scroll games are the only two games on that shelf space.
I am sure other’s may feel like I do, and those who have finished the game I am sure they only played through the main quest, IF you play the game they way it is intended to be played there is 300 hours of game play. It is a shame, I would have enjoyed Skyrim allot more than I have, but that’s life in the world of gaming., "You never know what you may get once you unwrapped the boxed product." in my case, I lost $65.00 dollars good thing I can afford these games.