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Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Tue 28 March 2006, 18:28:12

Tags: Bethesda Softworks; Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

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The Worthplaying 9.8 review:
Simply put, Oblivion is now the title that all other RPGs will be measured against, and now more than ever, Bethesda is one of the crown princes of the genre. Some games showcase beautiful graphics but have horrid gameplay; others have lots of ideas and gameplay elements but are thrown together in a mismatched and complicated way. Oblivion not only raises the bar in the visual and audio modules but also in the gameplay and presentation department, making it easily one of the most recommendable titles to anyone who has ever enjoyed the thought of truly doing whatever they want in a video game, in a world where actions actually mean something.
The part about beautiful graphics, but horrid gameplay was ironic.

The Xbox Evolved 9.7 review:
I really don't know how Bethesda did it, but Oblivion is so big you will wonder how it is possible to create this expansive world, complete with hundreds of NPC's. Hats off to them for doing something, which I didn’t think, was possible. Gameplay is another amazing aspect. Being a RPG, Oblivion is about leveling up your character. At least, that's what I thought before I actually got into the game. You could be a weak Level One, and still live an amazing life in the world.
No kidding. Things you can do at level 1 are truly mind-blowing.

The GameDreamZ 9.5 review:
Perhaps the best tweak Bethesda has made in this amazing series is that now the game levels up as you do. Far too often in Morrowind I would casually stroll into the lair of some uber-level beast that would then proceed to rape me through my chain mail! In Oblivion, the enemies get tougher as you do. So you’ll never have to face down a Minotaur at Level 3, no matter how far you wander. Plus you won’t be burdened with stepping on rats at Level 20, always a bonus.

I could go on and on about Oblivion for days -- The game is so large! I haven’t touched on the game’s life like NPC’s, the amazingly deep system for creating spells and potions, or even the magical unicorn that roams the land. Great thing is I don’t need to. If the last few paragraphs didn’t convince you of Oblivion’s near divine status then nothing will. This is an RPG unlike any that has come before, and one in concept so bold it’ll probably be years still before we see another like it.
Well, let's think positive and hope we never will.

The ActionTrip 94% review:
One thing I should note here also is that Bethesda has greatly improved on the "speechcrafting" by replacing the old random system with a more appropriate logics-based mini game.
It's hard to believe, but this is the most retarded and uninformative Oblivion review. What a waste of bandwidth.


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