Excerpt: The Elder Scrolls is one of gaming’s most famous Western role-playing series. It’s been a PC-focused franchise, for the most part, with the first two games exclusive to Windows, and the third, Morrowind, ported to the original Xbox a few months after its initial release. With Oblivion, Bethesda Softworks decided to try their hand at developing for the HD consoles, first the Xbox 360, and a year later, the PlayStation 3. And they were remarkably successful.
Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion: Game of the Year Edition
26 April 2009
Conclusion: Aside from being the best multimedia experience ever created for a home audience, Oblivion: Game of the Year proves without a doubt that videogames can be art, and a very fine art at that. The only thing that might justifiably deter people from buying this game is if they already purchased the additional content and expansion pack and still have the original game in their possession. For all others, however, there’s really no excuse.
Pros: Still simply the best, More content makes it even better
Cons: Requires a massive amount of time, GOTY a poor name choice
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GOTY Edition Review
8 April 2009
Summary: The GOTY edition takes players on yet another amazing journey further into the world of Oblivion. Elder Scrolls fanatics with a penchant for exploration would be wise to accept Sheogorath’s tempting offer and pick up a copy immediately.
Pros: Amazing graphics, Compliments a players ability to make decisions, Useful armor sets + new quests breathe new life into the journey
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - Game of the Year Edition Review
2 April 2009
Excerpt: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is without doubt one of the finest games to grace the PC and consoles during this generation. It's a huge, stunning adventure that lets you go anywhere, exploring and tackling quests as you see fit. If you're a PlayStation 3 owner who is yet to sample the delights of Tamriel then Ubisoft's Game of the Year should be high on your list of future purchases.
Excerpt: The sequel to 2002's Morrowind is such a remarkable accomplishment, not even because of its vast plains, seemingly endless amount of quests, and polished mechanics, but because it's equally accessible to both hardcore and casual gamers. You don't have to devote your life to Oblivion to truly enjoy it, and for those who don't want to pump in the hours, the main storyline can be completed in relatively few hours.