Lore is super important to me. Anything deviating from the main game's crux of the story is literal betrayal of the narrative unless its a Reboot. Then I don't care.
this if i have to read it no thanks read to me or i will skip it.Eh, depends.
Some lore is interesting, some lore is interesting but poorly delivered (*cough* long text files *cough*), some lore is uninteresting, some lore is interesting but doesn't appeal to me...
Great it appeals to you, for me jRPGs are incapable of carrying a good story due to terrible tropes of pondering to young school students.So a good case in point of why a Japanese role-playing game like Trails / Kiseki franchise appeals to me. I've been a fan for about 10 years or more I just love all the lore and detail in the kiseki series. To this day I can't even think of another Japanese video game that has gone on as long as Trails, which started about 15 years ago, and still has an overarching storyline that hasn't been finished yet. It's amazing.
He's just being condescending....it's OCD to be interested in a game's lore? You think you're the only one who cares about lore?
What are you talking about bro?
I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but books and computer logs aren’t the only parts of FO/ES that are fictitiousOut of all the time Ive played Fallout or ES games, I have never read any books or computer logs where they give background info or create fictitious stories to increase the game's lore.