Reviews and Problems with Oblivion Game of the Year Edition
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Great game, if a little tedious at times
Eric Norton, Amazon
16 August 2014
Summary: "Oblivion" has breathtaking graphics and sound, and the story in the game itself is both fantastical and one that a player can truly get absorbed in. The main downside, perhaps, is that there's a lot of running about to get from place to place, whether moving from one task to another or even while trying to complete a certain task.
Summary: I really love this game. Graphics are solid, gameplay is pretty fluid. Story is vert immersive and in-depth. Haven't played the expansion packs yet but I imagine they are fun as well. This is probably the best of all the Elder Scrolls games. I can't even get through Skyrim without my PS3 crashing. Not as many problems with the Xbox version. When I first played this game when it came out, I did have some issues with the Xbox crashing.
Summary: I didn't like it nearly as much as Morrowind or Skyrim but it was still a decent game in it's own right. Plenty of stuff to do lots of quests, exploring, I thought the main-quest storyline was kinda eh but the other stuff more then made up for it. The leveling system was annoying as if you are not careful and level up several times with non-combat skills (sneaking, speechcraft, etc) you can find yourself being quickly overwhelmed by stronger NPC's.
Summary: This came in perfect condition and my son enjoyed the game but the graphics aren't as good as the newer game. I would recommend purchasing this one before the newest game so as not to be let down.
Summary: Being a fan of KOTOR (Knight of the Old Republic), I wanted a game like it. I googled similar games and this came up. There were more reviews on Skyrim, but this game was cheaper, so I got it. I hear complaints about the graphics but to me they are amazing! Especially comparing them to an original xbox game... You get to pick up whatever (There are consequences to stealing) and pretty much go wherever! The time changes, so it'll eventually get dark.
Summary: Since this game is a little on the older side, my brother and I had a pretty good idea on what to expect when playing this game. The story was sad, funny, interesting, and so much more. So far out of the two Elder Scrolls that I have played, Oblivion and Skyrim, elder scrolls is a game I will continue to look forward to for their new games with continuing stories.