Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind
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*snore* Wake me when it's over.
Spare-Time Critic "Deb", Amazon
10 July 2003
Summary: People are raving about this game because the graphics are fantastic, the world is huge, and the gameplay is open-ended. Okay, but it's still not working for me. 1. "The graphics are lovely!" Right. Well, I don't buy computer games for the cool graphics. I really kind of want to play an interesting GAME. :p 2. "The world is huge!" Huge and boooorrrringggg.
Summary: The world of Morrowwind looks like a brown ugly swamp. The same drab colors are everywhere you go. Oh ya, and while you tour this uninteresting landscape, you may be attacked by crabs and flies. Interactions with other characters are highly uninteresting, the quests are boring and it takes forever to walk everywhere. Fighting consists of clicking your mouse button over and over to swing your weapon. It's really lame.
Summary: I honestly do not see what everyone else does in this game. I bought it based on the all the tremendous hype it received. I was really excited about the game when I first played it, but within a week of installing it, I realized that it just wasn't all it was made up to be by all the hype. The world is expansive, yes. In fact, its overwhelming. The landscapes look great and the enviornmental and weather effects are amazing.
Summary: I wanted to like this game. I really, really wanted to like this game. I was a huge fan of Daggerfall and spent countless hours playing that game. I expected more of this game. * The world graphics are amazingly realistic, but are drab in color. * The NPC's are lifeless and drone like. The world feels very empty and dark. * Soo many things seem to be randomly generated or at least created with no uniqueness. Names, dungeons, items. * The Character models are all ugly.
Summary: The first 9 or 10 hours playing Morrowind will keep you entranced and interested. The graphics are great (although for the system requirements, the maximum view / clipping is disapointing, even with all video options maxxed out), and there are some neat features. But before long, the bugs and quirks of this game get absolutely frusturating. They pile up and pile up, until all these little things turn into a huge problem. Here's a short list of the flaws: 1.