Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
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Only if I could give it a lower score...It blinded me
F. Tanvir "<<MasterMind>>", Amazon
15 June 2009
Summary: I've played Oblivion at a freind's house and wanted to know how the previous games in the franchise were. So, I bought the game and behold...it was the worst game i have ever played in my entire life. Some people with a taste of doing alot of pointless stuff and playing a game that you'll never finish will like this. I loved oblivion...in fact i might have given this game one higher star if the graphics weren't garbage.
Summary: I would call this the best game in the Elder Scrolls trilogy. You have an enormous amount of freedom in this game. You can do whatever you want. Therre is so much freedom that I was literally so absorbed in doing all sorts of side quest that it took me months after I started playing to get to the main quest.
Summary: If your life is less than ideal, get a new one! Morrowind can provide you with a completely new life for relatively little money. You get to pick your name, profession, gender, and then you get to do anything you want-- even steal! The only drawback is that you're bound to be pretty ugly, since there aren't any attractive people in this game, but isn't being attractive what got you into the mess you're in anyway? Odds are: probably.
Summary: This game has about 300 hours of gameplay, and thats just if you move right on through the story and side quests. If you actually intended to have any fun playing this game, you would explore the giant island and visit it's many cities. You can also join different factions to open up even more missions. Some of the factions include The Imperial Legion, The Fighters Guild, The Thieves Guild and the Mages Guild.
100-300 hours of free-roaming exploration and customization.
31 August 2005
Summary: This is a long game, and therefore a long review. I glow about it and all its possibilities for a while, but skip a few paragraphs if you just want the straight pros and cons. I'll get right to the point of how massive this game is by giving you a brief hypothetical scenario. First, you choose your character and decide on his or her face and hairstyle. Then let's say you begin the game by robbing everything from the first house that you begin the game in.
People just don't know good games when they see one.
Hobbes "Calvin" "calramirez", Amazon
13 April 2005
Summary: Great game. You can do whatever you want and, since people dont know what to do in the game, what happens in the beggining? They give you something for Cais Cosades. Go there, he'll ask a favor of you. Go with the flow and you'll beat the game. You can also get a house (kill someone, get house. Simple) There is alot of things in this game that makes it the best RPG ever. Do not listen to anyone else, this game is 100% irresistable.
Sorry, but I have no idea how people could like this game...
Crono "Mega RPG gamer", Amazon
9 March 2005
Summary: Morrowind is a funny game. It's a like or hate experience, and for some reason beyond my comprehension, a lot of people seem to love it. Guess where I stand? Let's start with what many people called the "good parts." I understand this game is a couple of years old so I would expect the graphics to have aged quite a bit but not this much. The hideous graphics first struck me when I was talking to people.