I've played all of the Elder Scrolls games since Arena ...
28 July 2014
Summary: I've played all of the Elder Scrolls games since Arena (with the exception of Redgard). Oblivion loses some of Morrowind's focus, since it is back to a sprawling style of adventure, but there is definitely enough here for hours and hours of play. The main drawback is that on the Xbox it is a bit clunky to have more than one spell at a time readied.
Summary: This has Nights of the Nine, Dark Brotherhood, and Shivering Isles. One thing that puts it above the PS3 version is the wealth of DLC including Mages Tower, Smuggler's Cove, and the Orrery. The game have a few anoying glitches. The Orrery can be permanently locked (I had to look online to solve it). If Fighter's Stronghold is installed, the seller for the items in Wizard's tower will be permanentle locked (The lock is pickable and I just picked the lock to go in).
Great deal except huge dark spot on 2/3 of the disc. still plays great!
Andrew Hayes, Amazon
28 June 2013
Summary: i am pleased with my purchase. it is not the Goty edition but it did not claim to be. it was exactly what it advertised it was( i believe someone complained about that wrongly). the only thing that i am worried about is a stain inside the disc itself. it looks like a water stain coming from the center and ending close to the edge of the disc at varying lengths. its jus a big dark spot with wavy edges.
Summary: Considered by itself, Oblivion is a great game. The problem is, I played Skyrim first and now I can't get over the graphic quality of Oblivion. Should I hold Oblivion accountable for the advances made when Skyrim came out, probably not, but I still do. I'm happy with the game and the gameplay though, so overall this was a good purchase. The game is fun and will take hours to complete, so it's worth it in my book.