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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Xbox 360)

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Xbox 360)

  • Genre: Adventure, RPG, FPS, Fantasy
  • Release year: 2006
  • Age rating: 16 years
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4.3 / 5
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9 years ago*
Given the circumstances, one can say that Oblivion is better than Skyrim. Incredibly beautiful setting, music that warms the heart .. However, the "fighting system" as I now call it, Not so beautiful but it does not change the fact that this game is definitely awesome! 9/10 in graphics 7/10 in game AI 10/10 Story 9/10 environment 7/10 "fighting system" ^ ^ Buy it if you can!
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9 years ago*
Boring
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12 years ago*
This game needs some really give an order to enter in. It took me a good 10 hours before I got stuck, but then I got stuck too! Have been playing it for almost 150 hours, not many other RPG you played so much without getting tired. There is so much to do. Awesome graphics, great music, there are a lot of you have been improving any, but in its genre so there is no competition. Practically perfect.
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13 years ago*
Over 200 hours played and still just as good! Best simply!
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13 years ago*
Very good game with great game value, has been sitting for over 100 hours with this game. The game's size makes it feel a little confusing and well breathtaking at first, but once you put into it so you are stuck ..
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13 years ago*
Really long for their next Fallout games. These men and women really can not fail. If you want to find anything negative about this game, in comparison to its predecessor - The elder Scroll - Morrowind - it is that all items are adjusted by one level. I think this is bad, because the desire to want to explore the world decreases tremendously when you know that there is something special in the caves, oblivion gates or dungeons to explore.
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13 years ago*
This game should get the Nobel Prize!
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13 years ago*
Great game with a lot of freedom. But I did not manage to get into it. Loved Fable but tyckter most this is tough. Like when that happens a bit.
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14 years ago*
Very good game.
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14 years ago*
For sale since I do not play this anymore. Here you have a game that you can play throughout the holiday season and beyond :-)
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