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  • The choice is yours and this is what I think makes the game so appealing
  • There are unfortunately some annoying glitches and frame rate issues when large battles take place but overall presentation is very good

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      The Elderscrolls series is renowned for its open ended gameplay which allows you to do nearly anything you wish within the games limits. Oblivion uses and further enhances this gameplay to create an epic and expansive gaming adventure.

      Story: In this game the character you play is whoever you want to play. You name them, edit their appearance, create their skills in more. Throughout the entire game your character will not say anything other than options selected by the player which furthers the idea that you are the protagonist. Oblivion is set in the land of


      Cyrodil and you begin the game trapped in a dungeon. You are released when, by chance or fate, the Emperor passes through your cell while escaping from unknown assassins. With no other choice the Emperor entrusts you to deliver the Amulet of Kings to a man named Jeoffry and begin a quest to hold back the tide of darkness. The main quest will take you around 30hours to complete but their are hundreds of other side quests and guilds to join which can potentially lead to hundreds of hours of play time.

      Gameplay: The game allows ...


      • you to play from either a first or third person view point although I find first person to be the preferred view by far. Combat is done simply with the click of a button allowing you to string together combos or hold it down for a more powerful attack. Magic and archery can also be used . You can play the game by charging in full attack or sneaking in the shadows and playing an assassin. The choice is yours and this is what I think makes the game so appealing. The amount of freedom you
        have in all aspects gives the game immense replay value and enjoyment.

        Presentation: The graphical detail in this game is exceptional. When you gain a view of the vast forests and hills around you you will be amazed at the quality of this game. There are unfortunately some annoying glitches and frame rate issues when large battles take place but overall presentation is very good.

        Closing: In the end Oblivion is simply an exceptional game which shouldn’t be missed by anyone. If you haven’y played this game already then pick it up now. It is well worth the investment.




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