Oblivion
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  • His dying wish though, is that you take the amulet of kings, a relic of great importance, and venture in to the world to find his long lost son

    • by Razeer
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      Those of you that have played Elder scrolls 3: Morrowind might have some trouble adjusting to the forth installment in the series, Oblivion. Dont worry though, as soon as you have adjusted to the new system it’s a piece of cake.

      The story reminds me of Morrowind. You play a prisoner, currently placed in the imperial prison in the province of Cyrodiil, west of Morrowind. All of a sudden, the emperor comes barging in to your cell with his bodyguards, rambling something about how he has seen you in his dreams. Lucky for


      you, the secret tunnel that the emperor is using to leave the castle, goes through your cell. You tag along to help protect the emperor, but eventually he is attacked and mortally wounded. His dying wish though, is that you take the amulet of kings, a relic of great importance, and venture in to the world to find his long lost son.

      The gameplay is exactly like in Morrowind, With the execption of the skill system. In Morrowind, skill determined your chance of success in using that skill. For example, a person with ...


      • a low Blade skill would have a hard time hitting anything with a sword. In Oblivion, on the other hand, higher skill levels mean more special perks. For example, a person that has the skill level Master in acrobatics, can jump off the surface of water if he times the jump correctly.

        The graphics of this game are incredible. Bushes and grass swaying in the wind, realistic textures in buildings and caves, and incredibly beautiful water (the trademark of most Bethesda games).

        The sound is like Morrowind, but even more dramatic and epic. There

        are times when you feel like you’re in some kind of big budget hollywood movie, only because of the music. The voice acting has been improved, with even more different voices. Bethesda have also used part of their budget to hire more famous people to do the voice acting, like Sean Bean.

        The main story’s shorter than Morrowind, and that’s the only negative thing with this game. But, exactly like Morrowind, there are hundreds upon hundreds of different side quests and other things that will keep you hooked, even after you have beaten the main story.




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