Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind
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Was shipped super fast. Wish there would have been more product ...
Sharleen Stinger, Amazon
13 November 2014
Summary: Was shipped super fast. Wish there would have been more product info. Didn't know I needed a steam account and I was trying to buy something specifically that didn't need an internet connection
Summary: Includes the original version of its award-winning RPG The Elder Scrolls III Bundle of popular RPG and two expansion sets Adds 80 hours of gameplay and quests beyond Morrowind Explore the tundra of Solstheim and the cities of Mournhold and Sotha Sil Many new monsters
Summary: In brief; the game is wonderful and in itself should get a 5/5 stars, but this purchase does not get it. I don't know if others have similar problems to mine, but I can't get the bloodmoon disc to work no matter how much I try. It will install, but as far as running the game won't even start up unless you disable the bloodmoon expansion. There is most likely a way to fix this, I just haven't been able to find it. And it is still a good bargain!
Summary: The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. Morrowind, as opposed to its previous predecessors (Elder Scrolls I: Redguard, Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall) and the several spin offs (Elder Scrolls: Arena and Elder Scrolls: Battlespire), is completely rendered in three dimensional graphics. Never again must you endure the pixilated spriggan or the blotchy guards or even the merchants of which whom you could never seem to get the back of.. strange.
A Fantastic Beginning, But Leaves You Wanting More...
Hamster Army, Amazon
26 June 2002
Summary: Please keep in mind this review was written when the game was first released, before any patches or even mods were released. The game is obviously quite a bit different now and would get a higher score from me certainly. Morrowind, the 3rd installment of the Daggerfall series from Bethesda Software promised to be the first open-ended single player RPG game in a fully immersive 3D environment with cutting edge graphics, length and depth.
Summary: Morrowind has so much potential and could have been a wonderful game. It still has some enjoyable moments, but overall has many problems. The Morrowind graphics are very well-done, but in spite of that, I found myself disappointed in the game's look. There simply isn't enough variety, and the world as a whole is dreary and uninteresting to look at.
Summary: I recently fired this game up again after having been lured away many, many months ago by broadband (and the resulting opportunities for Counter-Strike and the like). My first go-round with Morrowind had suffered from choppy framerates and blobby textures owing to my antique 3D card; my new Radeon card has made these issues neatly disappear, and the game now feels like a revelation.
Summary: This game starts out making a good first impression, then rapidly begins to pale. It has 3 strong points. 1)Excellent character creation system. 100% flexible and personalizeable. You can make a character that can do ANYTHING. With variables like 8 races, 30+ skills, and 12 birth signs (really effect game), you can tailor your character to your preferences. 2)Impressively varied graphics. They will blow you away. 3)HUGE game world.
Summary: I haven't played previous incarnations of the Elder Scrolls games, so I can't say I was especially hyped up to play this one, but I thought I would give it a try based on positive reviews and favorable word-of-mouth. Morrowind plays essentially like a single player version of MMORPGs like Everquest or Dark Ages of Camelot. You spend most of your time killing critters, which gives you skills that increase your levels.