Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls III : Morrowind
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Awesome product! Great value for the price!
30 October 2013
Summary: I love this game. I played it years ago and wanted to get it again. Some say they have problems playing it on windows vista because it is an older game but i had no problem at all. It plays great on my Vista. This is a great game.
This is a great video game i recommend it for any fantasy game or rpg fan
23 June 2013
Summary: This is a great game and it will run with an x box 360 controller on a windows computer. I feel like this game will never truly be outdated and is one of the best rpg's to ever come out on any platform. I highly recommend this game for any fantasy game fans.
Extraordinary! This game is a sure have for fans of The Elder Scrolls.
5 August 2012
Summary: Buying this game was a great decision because it gave me the insight to properly appreciate the later Elder Scrolls releases and to experience a game that is raved about by many fans of the series. My favorite thing about the game is the massive fan base that continually contributes to the game's community sites and mods.
Summary: great stuff, loved the map which had the map of morrowind AND the expansion's areas. Genius game which gives you loads to do and makes a great stepping stone for oblivion. Have an XP install though as it doesn't run well on 7 or vista unless you have a powerful system.
Summary: The key feature of Morrowind is the freedom it gives you. It's the only game I've seen where you are allowed to ruin your chances of winning the game. In Morrowind, the main quest is just one possibility. If you want to ignore the plight of the world, there's plenty more to do. If you want to just explore the country-side for a while, there is no shortage of secrets to find. If you'd rather doom the world to destruction by killing off the major characters, you can.
Summary: Do you ever want to just escape the from the world? Do you ever feel like being a hero, or perhaps the most feared person in the land? Do you feel like you lack a purpose and have nothing to do? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then chances are, Morrowind may just be the game for you. You arrive on a strange land an outsider. You dont even know your own name. You're shuffled off of the prison transport boat and husteld into a strange office.