Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind
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13 May 2013
Summary: I've played and modded this game since it was released and I'm sure many disagree, but I believe TES III: Morrowind to be the best in the series thus far. The story line is just amazing and keeps you hooked from beginning to end. Sure, the combat system is a little dull and clunky, but there's mods to fix that and many other things. Many people have complained about the npcs just standing around doing nothing, as with Oblivion they run on a schedule.
Summary: This was my favorite game until the Witcher 2 came out in 2011. And for the most part, Morrowind has the best gameplay I’ve ever experienced in the video game. But unfortunately, not everyone will agree with me. This is because Morrowind has very complicated gameplay mechanics. It’s basically a small step simpler than a pen-and-paper RPG. Skyrim may have been dumbed down a little to attrac tract a wider audience, but that was done flawlessly and appealed to everyone.
Summary: This is almost the same thing as Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion. I would buy oblivion instead of this since it's much more updated and has fast travel instead of it literally taking you hours in real time to walk around this huge world in this game. Other than that it is a good game. I really liked the expansions that came with this. Still a good game though.
Summary: Morrowind is an immense world of quests, dungeons and NPC's. There is so much to do it will take you weeks to complete. Character creation is quite extensive and variable, and the later levels can get you one heck of a powerful character. However, there are a few things that need improvement. One is the fighting system. It is simply terrible, with maybe 3 animations.
Summary: I cannot say enough good things about this game. I have a lot of friends who do not like this game because it lacks the arrows telling them where to go. Zomg, you have to read books, listen to dialogue, and in some cases search for hours for a particular cave that has a skull in it (early mages guild quest), and omg I love the suspense, the horror, the tragedy, the dwemer ruins, the fore boding deadric ruins, insert everything MINUS Cliffracers. Thank you St.
Summary: Utterly amazing, Bethesda managed to create a world that is just familiar enough that you dont feel uneasy, but alien enough that you are driven to explore, and will never know what you will find next. Coupled with lengthy quest lines and a very large number of side quests, you will never lack for something to do. The two expansions add significant content, to keep you busy for many many more hours.
Summary: I bought this game on sale for $10. It's a single DVD with all of the expansions and original content. The deal aside, the game is worth buying even after so many years have passed. Many people complain that modern games are too watered down, or too easy to make it through. Morrowind is not like this in any way. The game is rough from the beginning and forces you to pay attention to small details in your journal or surroundings to make it through the story line.
Summary: I bought the game. paid for it with paypal. the mailman brought it to me. it is Morrowind Game of the Year Edition. what else is there to say about it? I'm stoked I was still able to buy a new copy...
Summary: This game is still awesome and I still love to play it. I remember playing this game when I first got my xbox and on the pc it has that same familiarity but with a slight twist, the console command prompt. The graphics and mechanics don't really shine a light on the likes of Skyrim, but revisiting this classic has been a journey all its own.
Summary: This is my all-time favorite game. No other game has so fully grabbed me, entertained me, and seeped into me the way that this one did. I still have dreams about this world almost a decade later. You owe it to yourself to dive in head-first and experience the incredibly full world of this game.