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8.2 out of 10 based on 925 reviews

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

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  • User Score (838)
    8.8 8.8 from 838 reviewers
  • Expert Score (89)
    8.9 8.9 from 89 reviewers
  • Value for money (64)
    8.6 8.6 from 64 reviewers
  • Features (12)
    9.2 9.2 from 12 reviewers
  • Gameplay (186)
    8.5 8.5 from 186 reviewers
  • Graphics (192)
    8.2 8.2 from 192 reviewers
  • Sound (173)
    8.3 8.3 from 173 reviewers
  • Storyline (14)
    8.5 8.5 from 14 reviewers
  • Multiplayer (2)
    8.9 8.9 from 2 reviewers
  • Control (4)
    8.4 8.4 from 4 reviewers
  • Addiction (4)
    9.3 9.3 from 4 reviewers
  • Lifespan (7)
    9.1 9.1 from 7 reviewers
  • Overall quality (11)
    9.3 9.3 from 11 reviewers
  • Construction (5)
    9.3 9.3 from 5 reviewers
  • Audio & image quality (12)
    8.2 8.2 from 12 reviewers
  • Replay value (2)
    8.4 8.4 from 2 reviewers
  • Funfactor (6)
    8.4 8.4 from 6 reviewers
  • Lastability (129)
    8.6 8.6 from 129 reviewers
  • Longevity (2)
    8.6 8.6 from 2 reviewers
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Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion is a powerful and immersive Japan style type of games. Oblivion opens in Cyrodil’s Imperial City prison, where Emperor Uriel Septim VII is trying to escape an assassination at the hands of the forces of darkness. You are in the cell where the emperor’s escape route is and you follow the Emperor out of the caverns and sewers. The Emperor falls, but not before giving you the Amulet of Kings. He trusts you to find the man who knows the location of Tamriel’s only remaining heir to t…

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Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion is a powerful and immersive Japan style type of games. Oblivion opens in Cyrodil’s Imperial City prison, where Emperor Uriel Septim VII is trying to escape an assassination at the hands of the forces of darkness. You are in the cell where the emperor’s escape route is and you follow the Emperor out of the caverns and sewers. The Emperor falls, but not before giving you the Amulet of Kings. He trusts you to find the man who knows the location of Tamriel’s only remaining heir to the throne. Your mission starts and you have to restore the kingdom of Tamriel and give the prince his throne. Whether you succeed or fail will depend on your ability of combat. Oblivion features compelling and visceral combat, melee combat, stealth kills, spell casting. The combat is well-balanced and the controls are easy to manoeuvre. The enemies are tough but fair and the highly contrasting combat styles makes Oblivion more immersive and fun. The graphics with stunning backgrounds and well-detailed scenery, is marvellous. The audio is simply amazing. From voice acting to sound effects the Oblivion amazes with its audio. The sound effects are also sharp you can distinctively hear swords clang together and spells also have sounds. The original soundtrack perfectly compliments the game, from walking around in towns to fighting epic battles. Reviewers find the animation first rate and the game is gorgeous. A truly magnificent game of high standard.

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