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Oblivion preview at Gaming Target

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Oblivion preview at Gaming Target

Preview - posted by Spazmo on Thu 15 September 2005, 04:28:01

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Gaming Target have posted a preview of Bethesda's upcoming fourth installment in the Elder Scrolls series. There's really no new information here and the preview mainly stresses the same old crap: PATRICK STEWART!, Radiant AI and flashy graphics.
Bethesda Softworks needs no introduction. As one of the most respected developers in the industry, their games have always displayed the highest quality and loftiest of production values. The Elder Scrolls series of massive fantasy RPGs are some of the most renowned titles available, and as Xbox fans know, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was successfully ported from PC to Microsoft’s machine and enjoyed by a legion of console gamers. With the upcoming launch of the Xbox 360, Bethesda prepares to unleash the most intense and detailed RPG ever with The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Not to be outdone, Bethesda also has a version lined up for the PC that promises to be just as impresssive. Set in the world of Tamriel, ESIV puts you into the center of a massive adventure and sets you loose in what promises to be the most immersive game universe yet seen. Read on to see why you should already have a copy pre-ordered…
Hmm... intense. There's a word that hasn't been beaten into submission by ad copy yet. I've always wanted to play an intensely immersive epic adventure or something.
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