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Hmm , how to explain it , I guess it's a medieval strategy game of characters and ambitions. I've played new vegas to death. Couldn't play 3 on console , the controls made it near unplayable for me. I think 4 is closer to 3 in the way it's more shooter. Vegas is essentially a table top roleplaying game in most aspects.
Accents tell a lot of history too , how they develop to what words they pronounce. But yea , language is constantly changing , my favourite is all the words english took on the empire world tour , cannibal and zombie from Africa , bungalow and yoga from India , barbecue and canoe from the carrabians , boomerang and nugget from austrialia
I understand, I feel like I don't as well but even people from state to state here have differentiating accents throughout the country... We apparently say things like "Water" funny compared to everyone... I think accents are interesting, in the sense that they'll often unconsciously change to assimilate, since it's like human nature or something. Many other things work the same way, like the female menstrual cycle. I can't even being to understand how that works.
hmm , well I don't think so , and people from my own county say I don't really , but people from far away say I definitely do. So kinda a mixed thing where I have to agree but I don;t hear it because I hear it so often.