Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
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20 March 2015
Summary: After all of the hype and delays and waiting and worrying, Bethesda has delivered The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. In a rare feat for a game of this magnitude, it not only lives up to expectations but also surpasses them to create an experience that everyone can enjoy and not just the nerdy, dice...
Excerpt: Morrowind was one of the few games that actually managed to keep its promise of huge worlds and open gameplay, eventhough it was filled with bugs. With Oblivion, the makers go further and created a game that forms the ideal combination between big and small, between huge and detailed.
Excerpt: Oblivion may very well be the wisest game purchase you’ll ever make, as such is its size, you won’t be needing another game for months to come. With a gargantuan world to explore and a possible final gameplay time of over 100 hours, the game is vast in more ways than one.
Conclusion: Upon booting up The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for the first time, the game feels overwhelming. Massive…daunting…basically, any synonym for freaking huge works. This left us (as it may for most) a bit unsure as to where to proceed, the right choices to make, or even what on earth is going on.
Conclusion: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is simply the most comprehensive game and experience on the Xbox 360 to date. While a few other games on the system might do one or two things as good or slightly better than Oblivion, none of them come close to overwhelming experience that is Oblivion.
Excerpt: Oblivion – what can be said about this game? Well, it’s the fourth in the Elder Scrolls series, it was developed by Bethesda Softworks, published by 2K Games and quite frankly, it’s BRILLIANT! In fact, it’s quite possibly one of the best RPG’s to date.
Excerpt: The new generation of consoles has arrived. The level of detail and realism the new technology is capable of has generated boundless excitement throughout the industry, and it’s proving to be more than the usual level of “new console optimism” that runs rampant every five years.
Summary: I came into Oblivion already knowing I would enjoy it as I
have always enjoyed the Elder Scrolls series. This game is nothing short of
amazing. The massive environments, the huge amount of quests, and of course,
just being able to mess around in this massive land.