Summary: Finally got the expansion pack thanks to a buddy and I seem to spend all my off-time in the Shivering Isles. As addicting as the original game, but with more challenging creatures to beat and new objects to find/collect/use.
An occasionally annoying distraction from the main game
Andariel Halo, Amazon
2 February 2009
Summary: I got this expansion as part of the Game of the Year edition of Oblivion. I was highly skeptical of what I saw as basically a completely different reality world opposite of Cyrodill, and as such I put it off for maybe a year before deciding to enter with my new character.
Summary: I loved oblivion besides everything bad about it so I had to get the expansion. The world created is beautiful like always. This expansion will add a pleasurable experience that you will remember.
Summary: Right in the middle of the Niben Bay of Cyrodiil lies the entrance to the realm of Sheogorath called the Shivering Isles. Here you'll find some bizarre things and even more bizarre people. Shivering Isles is the expansion pack to the brilliant Elder Scrolls: Oblivion.
Summary: If Oblivion is much like Lord of the Rings than Shivering Isles is that combined with the lost mind world of Alice in Wonderland. SI is a world of two sever mental illnesses, dementia and mania. In the middle of these two worlds is the Daedric Prince of Madness himself.
Shivering Isles and Knights of Nine, good add ons to a great game
18 February 2008
Summary: When Oblivion first came out for the 360 i put 80 hours into, finished all of the guilds and most of the side quest, after over saturating myself i took 8 months-1 year break, and decided recently it was time to get back into it and I have beat Knights of Nine(which is also on this very same disc)...
Summary: As anyone who has played Oblivion would well know, it is a game that, even when the main quest is finished, there is still tons to do. Well this expansion "The Shivering Isles" should not be missed by any fans or anyone who wants something new to do.