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Comments to Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion


Submitted by Anonymous (Jan 08, 2008)

I loved the game, especially the shivering isles on the expanion, I've played about 10 hours all together. Ain't left the isles yet.


Submitted by Brys (May 20, 2006)

"Oblivion is generally described as an RPG, which is perhaps to do it a slight disservice. It certainly has many RPG elements, .... As such it joins the hallowed ranks of such genre-busting classics as Deus Ex, on a far grander scale." Exactly - whether that's a compliment or a criticism depends on your point of view. To me, that's a criticism - TES has always been a huge scale RPG primarily about the roleplaying, not about the action. Oblivion is much more an action RPG than any other TES game - and IMO it suffers because of that.


 


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