Reviews and Problems with Oblivion: Game of the Year Edition PLAYSTATION 3
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Hours and hours and hours of gameplay
13 March 2012
Summary: This is the game that never ends. Yes it goes on and one my friend, some people started playing it not knowing what it was and they'll continue playing it forever just because this is the...... well most of us know how that song goes and now it's stuck in your head once more :( One of my all time favorites. For those that love games that never seem to end this is it.
Summary: Although not as good as the Final Fantasy games, this is still a must play epic RPG. It gets better after the first couple of hours once you get the tutorial out of the way and develop a feel for it.
Summary: First off, I am buying this game in 2011. I have previously played the PC version and really enjoyed it. I'll start off with a couple categories. Graphics wise the game is starting to show its age, yet it is still beautiful to look across its huge world. Lots of great characters, castles, and forests round out the visuals. Game play wise the game is huge and varied. Sometimes it feels a little outdated, the game is not quite as story driven as it could be.
Summary: This game is very addictive and endless. There are hundreds of missions to complete or you can just spend hours exploring the huge map of oblivion. If you are a very busy individual I highly recommend NOT buying this game. It is very time consuming. Even at work I am thinking about playing the game. Also this version Game of the Year Edition (Got Y) for PS3 is very buggy. I have already found I can not complete the cure for vampirism mission which is very frustrating.
Summary: All in all this is a excellent game! I had this game on 360 and sold my system. I now have it for PS3. Graphics are excellent, looks the same as the 360. Gameplay is the same as well. The difference is the 360 version, as well as PC version, has some extra downloadable things that the PS3 doesn't. Examples are the Wizard's Tower. Not included in the PS3. As well as Tomes, a few other items, the pirates cove and a couple of quests.
Oblivion - GOTY Edition. As expected from Bethedsa
8 February 2009
Summary: The game plays much like many titles from this same company. The expansive world, the free roaming non-linear gameplay all add to the feel of something big. The game has so many aspects and ways to play, that hardly any two people, playing their tendencies in such RPG's will end up the same way. The progression of growth makes sense, in how that the more skills are used, the more they gain, much like how practice makes perfect.
Summary: the game is loads of fun. it has some oddball quirks that can be annoying. You have to be very careful not to steal something when you try to talk to someone. Also, if you stay at an inn, and sit at a table, the food in front of you is not for you, i found that out the hard way. you also have to be careful during combat.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion-Game of the Year Edition
3 November 2008
Summary: This was my first experience playing the Elder Scrolls series and for the most part it was an extremely enjoyable game. This game is like a first person shooter without guns...but you do get a bow and arrow if you choose. I will explain some of the good and some of the bad points about it. The strongest point of Oblivion is the sheer magnitude of the landscape and the ability to search and do anything you want.