awesome game!! dont pay too much though, i got it for under $15!!
10 June 2011
Summary: i originally bought this because i had played oblivion and it caught my eye with werewolves(which i hope they bring back in skyrim!!) that was only the reason why i got interested in it though. the graphics are pretty suckish for 2011 but back when it was made these were the cream of the crop. the game has so much depth that you could play for 500+ hours and still not find everything that there is to find.
Summary: This was the first Elder scrolls game that I got, and I have to say that it is a fantastic piece of work. If you played "The elder scrolls IV: Oblivion" a lot, then you might be a little disappointed in this one. Because the graphics, gameplay, or weapons aren't as good. The top argument I have against this game is the combat mechanics. It is much more difficult to kill a monster or enemy than it is in Oblivion, and that was a major flaw.
Morrowind the elder scrolls game of the year edition
22 March 2009
Summary: I like how there are many different outcomes no matter how many times you play this game. At one minute you can be fighting a monster and the next killing a soldier. The idea is that you can pick from a variety of characters. you can build up the characters stats any way you prefer. you can pick to be a fighter, a thief, a wizard anything you want. become a cleptomaniac, or collect enchanted items or become a supreme alchemist.
Summary: This was my 1st elder scrolls game and it kicked tail. It had a few minor setbacks like the combat system. if you've already played oblivion, then when you play this, you'll know what I mean. IIt is hard! This game challenged me much more than oblivion. The fighting is nowhere near as good as oblivion and neither are the graphics, however just as oblivion, it is so long I've never completely beat it with the same character (I have the game of the year edition, which...
Summary: this game will keep you playing it for hours. in the beginning you will start out with about nothing and will seem boring but as you due things for people and get more money the game will be really fun to play. In the guides you can join which you can earn rank and money in. Be careful who you kill you might need them later in the game.
Summary: Until The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was released, I never had the privilege of experiencing an Elder Scrolls game. After well over a hundred hours of gameplay on Oblivion, I decided to rewind a bit of the story and purchase The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. I bought the Gold Game of the Year Edition because it includes expansions that were previously only released for the PC version of the game.
Excerpt: The gaming world has already proved that today's games are fully capable of offering true freedom. Grand Theft Auto 3 is one of the milestones in videogame history, and gamers were for the first time able to experience gameplay and exploration only seen before in RPG's such as Final Fantasy or Fallout. So if today's technology allows this amount of freedom in an action game, think of the potential for an RPG offering gameplay on the same sort of scale.
Excerpt: The appealing theme of freedom in a video game had never really been implemented before the likes of the Elder Scrolls series, with almost every single game requiring players to undergo tasks and practically do as you're told. Morrowind takes a different stance in that you can follow the intended main quest, participate in sub quests or simply go about doing whatever comes to mind: Explore the land, go on a murderous rampage, become a notorious thief - the prospect of...
Pros: Diverse World, Rich Environments, Inventory System, Music, Length, Magic System
Cons: Combat System, Short OST, Glitches, Loading Times
Good if you can get your hands on the Game of the Year edition.
6 May 2011
Excerpt: (Originally posted on Freeola) Before there was The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, there was Morrowind. And also Arena and Daggerfall, but those are reviews for another time. Morrowind was made available - and is still available on the PC and X-Box and, like Oblivion, casts you as a former prisoner tasked with putting the world to rights.