Reviews and Problems with Morrowind - Game of the Year Edition
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Wesley Neiss, Amazon
2 June 2010
Summary: I love this game. I came back to it after playing Oblivion. It is even more expansive and engaging than Oblivion, even with the dated graphics. I really enjoyed the character designs and the huge expanse of scenery.. What a sweet game!
Summary: I found this game to be very enjoyable and great fun to play. If you are coming from Skyrim or Oblivion it may take some time to get used to the different game mechanics but once you have gotten past that the game becomes really fun to play.
Summary: An outstanding game that is away ahead of its time. Morrowind is a RPG that led to the sequels Oblivion and Skyrim and followed on from earlier PC versions. This game was ground breaking at the time and while the graphics are now outdated it is still a superb game play experience. You could define Morrowind as a sandbox game given the breadth and depth of what you can do.
Summary: Fine game and maybe one of the best Chapter of the Elder Scrolls Saga. Unfortunally when I put the Xbox CD inside my Xbox 360 the Emulator has some minor graphic problems but anyway the Game is totally playable.
Summary: I swear I bonded with the music of this game on a cellular level after the months of happily playing Morrowind years ago. Loading up my brand new Game of the Year Edition and hearing the theme tune build in volume brought it all flooding back and a big cheesy grin to my face. I can escape enemies by floating into the air in Morrowind. I could take every candle and lantern on the island and make a shrine of light with them if I wanted.
Summary: Well, there's not really much I can add to what's already been said about this game. It is hands down the most open ended game I've ever come across. Whatever character you want to play you can and if you don't see the character class you want on the list you can create your own. I've just finished playing the main quest with a Nordic Mage who wears armour and carries a sword and now I'm moving on to the expansions Bloodmoon and Tribunal.
Summary: Where to begin? The same question I asked myself when I first played this game. It is quite simply breathtaking. Recently I've been reading reviews on Morrowind and have noticed that the graphics of the game get mentioned alot. i.e "Brilliant game, but the graphics are a bit dated!" ect. 1) Of course the graphics are dated, the game was released in 2002. 2) Look at most other titles of the same year and you'll realise this game was miles ahead of it's time.
Summary: I got morrowind and then this years ago. It works on the 360 but now the graphics are rather poor.. They were great at the time though.. its weird!.. The game is still in the top 5 all time greats though. I still have not done everything in it; If you do just the main quest you miss out on a lot. It is better than Oblivion, mainly because there's more freedom.