Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind
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Good (but easy) sandbox RPG
Mihai R., Amazon
28 December 2011
Summary: Morrowind was the first sandbox, huge, open ended RPG game I played. This was many years back and it was kinda of a shock for me that someone would develop so much content in a video game. Nowadays the graphics are outdated, the mute characters potentially annoying and just like any other huge game, you just have enough at some point (after months of playing it, in my case).
Summary: An engaging game that has kept my interest after 25-30 hours of play. Confusing at times, but no matter...there is plenty to do and figure out even when one isn't sure what comes next in the main quest. Sorta like life!
Summary: This is Bethesda's game Morrowind, Oblivion's big-daddy, and Skyrims Grandpa. Its a good game with fair graphics and decent gameplay overall. The quests and dialogue are text-driven with little in the way of voice-overs so there is a LOT of reading involved. The Game-world is nice looking for as old as the game is, but npc skins are somewhat poor in many cases.
Summary: Let me start by saying that Morrowind is a great game, and anyone fan of RPGs should buy it. My problem is with the packaging of this particular item on amazon. It didn't come in that long box that is sort of pictured, instead it just came in a standard DVD type case, with the PC gamer logo all huge on the front. No book, and the disk didn't have any art on it, just some more PC gamer stuff and generic text for the title of the game.
Summary: Amazing game, good story, decent graphics and at least 80+ hours of game play. Unfortunately my Morrowind CD came with this weird sappy stuff on the outside (I bought it new). Also my tribunal didnt work. Still great game I reccomend it to any RPG fan.
Summary: I bought the first Morrowind for my kids a few years ago. They have really enjoyed it and this year they used their own money to purchase this expansion. I have not personally played, but my two teens have spent many hours in Morrowind and enjoy the game immensely. Morrowind is a vast world you can spend many hours exploring. One note, Morrowind has "issues" with Windows Vista.
Summary: You are dumped (or possibly released) off a prison boat into the land of wierd plants, alien wildlife, and a mixture of inhabitants not unlike the menagerie from Star Wars... All you know is that someone in a "nearby" town, directions to which you have been told but unfortunately forgotten, is looking for you and it might be a good idea to find out what this individual wants... This game maybe hard to get drawn into, at least it was for me.
Summary: Morrowind is simply one of the best games of all time with so many quests and things to do you can spend hours playing this game. It is a great game and from start to finish it is packed with fun. Their are so many things to do that to simply just do one quest is almost impossible without running into other quests or people involved in a quest.