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Comments to Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

Submitted by Danny (Dec 30, 2006)

I would like to point out that Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall, brought the series to the mainstream. It won RPG of the year in 1995. It was a massively impressive world, much larger in scope than any of the following games. It was more intricate, and the stats were more indepth than any other game I have ever seen. It's downfall was that in 95 the pc's of the time only allowed for so much. Light gamers would have found it frustrating and overly complicated. The combat system was by far better. Anyway, that was all I had. Morrowind, apart from being one of the easiest RPG's I have ever played, was entertaining enough, and took up a good chunk of my time. Danny


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