Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
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9 December 2014
Summary: Take my word for it guys: this game is broken! The other reviews on this page are mis-leading. I am The Destroyer. I will break games, complain about the littlest detail, and tell you whether or not you should buy this game. A lot of things to say but can't due to the 5000 character limit.
Summary: There is just way too much Oblivion content that could have been released and they didn't even try it, worst of all its always been available on every other platform. They were also incredibly slow to release Skyrim DLC to PSN (it was finally released with little fanfare about a month before it was...
One of the Worst Designed Games I've Ever Quit Playing...
10 March 2012
Summary: I purchased Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion thinking it would be a great introduction to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, since I'd heard so many raving reviews of the new game. Do NOT be fooled: this game is truly awful.
Summary: The Elder Scroll IV: Oblivion - GOTY is exactly like Fallout 3. Or perhaps Fallout 3 is exactly like Oblivion. I played the former way before I played the latter and I was rather surprised that a game-developer could pull a stunt like this.
Summary: I love RPGs. So after seeing all the reviews. I bought this first for the Xbox 360. I tried playing it, thinking it will get better... And it didn't. Then I saw the Anniversary Edition and thought, maybe I didn't give it a good chance. After playing for a month or so. I am trading it in.
Summary: Do not be fooled. This is just a more aesthetically pleasing version of the Game of the Year Edition of Oblivion. They added nothing new to the gameplay, they added nothing new in terms of expansions.
Summary: I gave a five for the game and a 1 for being misled. When I placed the order at amazon,the picture clearly stated that there was trophies. This being the main reason for buying this edition. Also it still says "add on Content". The only add on content available is Shivering Isles at $30.
Summary: I will keep this brief. I am a huge fan of the Elderscrolls series with Morrowind being my favorite game of all time. When Oblivion first released I was excited but apprehensive because I didn't think it would be possible to recapture the same magic I felt playing Morrowind for the first time.
Summary: Normally I wouldn't write a review repeating what has already been said but in this case the more bad reviews the more chance Bethesda will get the hint and stop exploiting its customers. Bethesda has chosen once again to release an inferior product.