Reviews and Problems with Oblivion: Game of the Year Edition PLAYSTATION 3
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Dump your girlfriend, divorce your wife, and play this game.
10 November 2011
Summary: Awesome game, 5 years old and this game still kicks arse! This is a game you can play through and 'beat' or play in the open world. The 'open world' is full of dynamic scenery and fun quests! After playing it for a while, there is still a lot of fun in creating a new character and playing it all over again. I work on ps3s for a living and I play this game to test consoles. I am totatlly stoked about the new one coming out 11/11 (Today!!
Greatest product made graphic are great makes me want to buy skyrim
9 October 2011
Summary: i heard it was an intresting game, i did not dislike this product it. the story mode is epic and so many side quest they dont lie on how much long this game is. the games enemy grow in level as your character.
Summary: This first person rpg takes you through lands of of Cyrodil. In this this battle of good versus evil you can follow the path of many different combinations of classes and races whether its choosing to be part of the heroic knights of the nine or the assassinations of the dark brotherhood. Enjoy this title and the hundreds of hours it has to offer.
Summary: With the Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles expansions included, this edition can help one grind away the hours like never before. If you are a fan of RPG type games or maybe just a fan of the elder scroll series, it's definitely worth checking out.
Summary: When I first played Oblivion back in '07, I'm not gonna lie, I hated it. I just couldn't get into it. It seemed to open for me. Years later, I'm at a friend's house and he's playing it and he asks me to play for him while he did some things, and I don't know what happened in those 3 years but I loved the game. I'd recommend this game to an RPG lover. It's very well polished and while the game does have some glitches, they're not that prevalent. Good game.
If you're a fan of Elder Scrolls, Recommended- BUT!!...
8 September 2010
Summary: This is a great version of the game..with every expansion preloaded on it. Come to find out though, there are a few quest glitches with this specific version of the game.. for example, the quest to get rid of vampirism..its screwed up. So DONT BECOME A VAMPIRE IF YOU GET THE GAME OF THE YEAR EDITION. You cant complete the quest if you do so youl be a vampire forever which is so annoying you will want to never play the game again haha.
Summary: What I love about the gameplay is that it's the predecessor of Fallout 3, and the setting comes from well-known fantasy RPG environments like World of Warcraft(WoW) and early Final Fantasy. The environment design is rich and lush, and the character creation options are so extensive. The class system is complex ranging from three different classes of elves(Mer), three of Men, two of Beast and the mighty Orc.
Summary: I had previous editions of the game and really liked playing them, so I decided to get the next in the line and try it out. I love the sheer amount of options you have to customize your character to your own tastes. The large open ended world can be somewhat overwhelming at first, but the more you explore the better it gets! You get to test your skills against man and beast.
The shear scope of this game is amazing, best rpg ever
15 June 2009
Summary: Firstly, the only reason i bought this game is because of the shear awesome that was Fallout 3, and that it was made by the same people. I've come to enjoy sandbox type games where you don't HAVE to do ANYTHING. I love playing this game for many reasons. If I want to play but none of my quest sound interesting atm I can always just run (or ride my horse) in a direction that I've never been and something interesting will be there, EVERY TIME.