Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
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A solid RPG for console
theFarseer01 , GameStop
3 weeks ago
Summary: This is a lot of fun. The quests are interesting and fun, but felt like I was running errands. This is true in a lot of RPG's, and not a huge complaint. The graphics for this game are good for their time, but not great. The add-ons do add a lot of enjoyable additional content. I felt that Skyrim was absolutely an improvement, with more engaging quests and a better campaign story.
Summary: Product arrived in excellent condition. No scratches, not even the normal wear and tear you would expect from an older game. Very happy with the purchase and can't wait to finally play this game.
Summary: I first started playing Oblivion on my PC and it is one of the best open-world RPG games ever (after Skyrim). As anyone would have guessed, this is another great game in The Elder Scrolls series. You can do nearly anything you want, go anywhere you want, this game has it all. From trekking through the vast planes of Oblivion itself, crafting your very own enchanted weapons, or about to conclude the main storyline, this is a very fun and entertaining game.
Summary: This is an amazing RPG!!!The game play is nice and the graphics are beautiful.If you like open world games then believe me,you will love oblivion.The game play is very unique as you can play from a magical mage to a dark assassin.The quest lines are also well put-together and time rewarding.I cannot even describe how nice the leveling system is.Overall i give it a 10/10.I highly recommend you buy this game if you want months of enjoyment in one game.
Summary: POSIBLE SPOILERS first off let me give a brief background of my time in the world of the elder scrolls. I played the first game Arena back in 95 and i have played every elder scrolls game in existence. i have put around 4,500 hours into this game alone since i bought it in 2007. it almost ruined my marriage lol ! this game like most elder scrolls game begins with a unknown prisoner serving time for a unknown crime.