Oblivion review at PS3
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Oblivion review at PS3
Review - posted by Vault Dweller on Wed 7 November 2007, 17:34:04Tags: Bethesda Softworks; The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
PS3 has posted Oblivion GotY edition review and I decided to share it with you guys to remind you what an awesome game that was.
There are so many different characters you can create from the classes given it’s almost mind boggling*. With a myriad of facial features, facial details, hairstyles, etc you can really create your own customized character. Or if all of that is too much for you then just create one randomly.* The boggling effect depends on your mind and may not work with IQ over 50 points.
As soon as you leave the initial dungeon and enter the world of Tamriel for the first time you are going to have to use that character you made for the whole game so choose your skills wisely.Really? So I can't make a new character later on and continue the same game? Good to know.
I’ll probably be repeating this often but Oblivion lets you play the game how you want, each player will play the game differently and no two experiences will be the same. ... So what do you do when enter the world of Tamriel for the first time? Well to be honest whatever you want to. Bethesda has created such a non linear game that you are free to do what you choose to.Sounds like an amazing game.
Now if all this fighting and grand storyline isn’t your thing well you can go off and find very rare plants and create potions and sell them. Go search for loot in the harder dungeons and sell them for gold, buy a house and decorate it, be a bounty hunter, hell if you want you can break into somebody’s house steal an orange then get arrested, break out of prison and do it all again!So much to do, so little time.
To sum it up, if you like RPGS buy this game. If you already have Oblivion then buy the Shivering Isles Expansion pack. If you are looking for a very meaty, very fulfilling game play experience loaded with tons of options, storylines and just freedom to do whatever you want. Then look no further The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is for you, it’s not called game of year edition for no reason.It's called game of the year edition because morons like you can't get enough of it.