Summary: I started with Skyrim. Loved it. Then I did Oblivion. At first, I couldn't stand the queasy faces, the lack of variety in voices, the way characters walked, etc (all primitive compared to Skyrim). But the story! I fell in love with Martin Septim, and happily risked my life over and over to help him achieve the goal. The end was so awesome, cathartic, worth every minute of battle, and so on. I remember my time with Oblivion with fondness.
Summary: This is a must have for fans of the elder scrolls series. It has a rich story, great lore. The graphics aren't as great as today's standards but that is a given considering when the game was released. The game is buggy as with all of Bethesda games but the sheer scale and story more than makes up for that fact. The dlc that comes with the game comes on its own disc which is nice if you plan on installing them on more than one console.
Summary: For an older game this remains a great one to play even now. I've played it through and will do so again after a little more time passes. I would recommend this game to anyone but warn you that it is very easy to allow it to take up too much of your time.
Summary: Striking a near-perfect balance between grit and sensationalism, it takes viewers through a world marked by violence, double-dealing, and racial division, with an emphasis on the ambiguous morality and personal and familial baggage that come with a life lived between the straight world and the criminal one. The machinations of the characters and the twists of the plot are almost operatic, but the show remains rooted in the harsh realities of gangland.