Summary: This is a wonderful, but highly addictive, western fantasy RPG. The graphics are a bit dated, but the gameplay is excellent! It has a very high replay value as no two games are a like. It has its share of bugs, but through free online patches you can ride most of them. And don't get me started on the mods and dlc! Those alone can take weeks of your life away! A great buy for any gamer!
Summary: I've been playing the Elder Scrolls games since the beginning and I am constantly impressed that Bethesda continues to improve on this franchise, making each subsequent purchase better than the last. Elder Scrolls IV is no exception. Your character, like their entire series, is given free reign of a massive world to explore. Want to be a sword swinger? Perhaps a spell weaver? You can do it - the choices are yours.
Summary: The game arrived quickly and in perfect condition. No scratches, marks, or anything on the case. Included all CD's, 2 for the game and 1 for the documentary. However it did not arrive with the physical map, but a digital copy instead.
Summary: Yeah - yeah I'm a chicken! I'll almost always begin my play with "~TGM" and even "~TCAI" (and apply a "few" cheat codes here and there) but when I saw my grandson playing it the detail and intricacy of the game and it's environs intrigued me. And, contrary to such games as "Final Fantasy" there is not layer upon layer of "grey screens" to maneuver to do anything. Besides, I've always had a bit of a "wanderlust" and, now, can satisfy it (to some degree) from my recliner.
Summary: This was my first Elder Scrolls game, and it just sucked me into the whole world, making me a fan. The land of Cyrodiil is beautiful and the game has wonderful music that's perfect for travelling. It is also huge and offers hours of exploration. The four guild subplots are fun, especially the Thieves Guild and Dark Brotherhood, and the main story is well-written.