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|Rating:||M - Mature||Platform:||Microsoft Xbox 360|
|Region Code:||NTSC-U/C (US/Canada)||MPN:||093155118157|
|Video Game Series:||The Elder Scrolls||Features:||Complete Edition, Game Of The Year Edition|
|Game Name:||The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion||UPC:||0093155118157|
Like earlier games in The Elder Scrolls line, Oblivion is designed to present a living fantasy world that gamers experience on their own terms. The game is populated with over 1,000 NPCs, each leading a full life, following regular schedules according to their individual wants, needs, and positions. Players are encouraged to interact in the world as they choose, as noble heroes, greedy villains, or anything in between. The game's main story is designed to conform to characters of any moral bent, and plenty of side-missions provide extra adventuring for all.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion -- Game of the Year Edition includes the original version of The Elder Scrolls IV as well as the Shivering Isles expansion and the Knights of the Nine expansion.
|eBay Product ID (ePID)||61470705|
|Product Key Features|
|Platform||Microsoft Xbox 360|
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|Number of Players||1|
|ESRB Rating||M - Mature|
|Game Name||Elder Scrolls IV: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion- Game of the Year Edition |
|ESRB Descriptor||Blood and Gore, Language, Sexual Themes, Use of Alcohol, Violence|
|Game Name Special Features||
|Game Name Series||The Elder Scrolls Series|
|Game Name Edition||2011|
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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition
The depth of this game is outrageous! If you can do it in real life, you can probably do it in this game. Want to steal someone's silverware? Go ahead, and if you don't get caught, it's yours. I just stole a horse and rode it around the other night. Nothing like those, no one is looking but if you try to steal a guard appears out of nowhere. You can get people to like you more by talking to them and doing this mini-game type thing, but it is not realistic at all, after 2 round you know what the person wants to hear, but sometimes are forced into saying something that you know will make them upset. If you go into a shop and play the game with the owner, they will give you a better deal and pay more for your items. Stores actually close at night, so you can wait around or rest until they open, or you can get arrested trying to pick the lock (I am not good enough to pick the locks in the sotres yet). I haven't played RPG games since super nintendo, but this is a very cool game. Hard to put down! The storyline (I haven't played it too much yet) is gameish. People will say the same things over and over, and you have to select from a list what you 'want' to say, but other than that it is pretty good. There are so many quests that you can do in any order. Also, the enemies seem to grow with you, so if you walk out in the middle of nowhere you won't get mutilated by some level 999 dragon. The graphics are very cheesy looking to me. None of the characters look at all realistic. The first game I got for the 360 was assassin's creed, and the graphics on that game are the best I have ever seen. I feel like I'm watching a movie in HD. When I play Elder Scrolls I don't even get close to that. The graphics aren't so bad as to make the game not worth buying, they are just not very impressive. The voices of the characters are a little lame. None of them really sound like they are real, they sould like they are reading a script for a highschool play or a cheesy commercial. Again, it doesn't deter too much from the game play. All in all, I would suggest it to anyone that is into RPG type walk around and kill things while collecting treasures type games. Although you do kill things 1st person, it is nothing like halo or any of those games. It is a great game to play, very fun and there is sooo much you can do, but it is a par on graphics and voices. Not bad, but nothing outstanding. I bought it, I still play it, and I am very happy with it, I just hope that they get the people that made assassins creed to do the graphics and voices for the next one.
Great game, and great story.
I tried this game last year to find it to be extremely fun. So I finally decided to buy after becoming addicted. The only thing this game has problems with is getting used to all there is to do. From stealing items and what not from people, to serving as a fighter to help people. A walk-through would be a good start the quests tend to be extremely confusing. On another note you have a wide selection to do. The customization was not the best, but it is very decent. The selection of classes is extremely in depth, and you can choose almost anything from Warrior with magic or an assassin who can use bows. It's all possible. Which is why this game is worth buying or at least trying! Overall this game is a big hit for anyone trying to keep busy with game life.
throw me into oblivion
The reason this got a four instead of a five was because, while the game is extremely expansive and the expansion packs that come with it are awsome, the game seems to lack a certian...something. Its a great game, completely open ended, just like the other elderscrolls, though i prefure this one to the others, it seems a bit more player friendly. I enjoyed the complete customization abilty of the game. But for some reason i just couldnt bring myself to give it a five. The story line is compelling, if you do it, but..again the game on a whole, somehting seems to be missing! I just wish i could put my finger on it. If i do then i'll be happy to edit this review and tell everyone what is missing. Happy gaming everyone!
Game requires alot of reading and patience.
If you have the patience to flip open the map that come with the game and read endless books you find to get quests thenthis game is for you. It is quite action packed but it always feels confusing when you are trying to plan out or find quests. If you can find an online strategy guide to help you go through it, go fir it. That will probably make you get the most out of the game. This game isn't for casual gamers, far too complex, but if you can handle it, its a good buy. Also the non GOTY edition goes for very, very cheap these days if you arent willing to spend more than 10 dollars.
Amazing game. More than worth its cost.
This game is great because it is different. If you desire to follow a linear storyline, that is possible to do in this game. But its true power lies in that you, the hero, get to make your own story. Do you see a massive mountain in the distance? Why not take a break from your arduous quest and explore that mountain? And no, that lake you see on the horizon is not surrounded by invisible walls, as it might be in other games. Dive into that lake and explore its depths. If I could describe this game in a single phrase, it would be "A diverse game that teaches." It is different from other games, in that it teaches the player not only to learn to play the game, but also to live a second life in another world. The developers decided to present you with a large sandbox to explore. There are men and women to be saved, deep mines to be spelunked, numerous wild creatures to battle, and an enticing main story to follow. One of my favorite parts of the game was, actually, that you could spend about two hours on your character's appearance. From the custom color and length of hair, to the thickness or thinness of upper and lower eyebrows, to the largeness or minuteness of the mouth, every character's countenance can be meticulously designed. I find this process important, because it is likely that you will spend 150 to 200 hours with the character that you create. So design him or her how you will, and immerse yourself in the world of Oblivion; if you are looking for another life in another world, this is your game.