The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is an epic, open-ended single-player game where you create and play any kind of character you can imagine. Be the noble hero embarking on an epic quest, or an insidious thief rising to leadership of his guild. Be a malevolent sorcerer developing the ultimate spell of destruction, or a reverent healer searching for the cure to a plague. Your actions define your character, and your gameplay changes and evolves in response to your actions. Confront the assassins' guild, and they take out a contract on you. Impress them, and they try to recruit you instead. No two sagas are the same in the world of Morrowind. Gameplay is further extended with the inclusion of The Elder Scrolls Construction Set (bundled with the game). This powerful tool is being used to create the entire game, and will also allow players to modify and add to Morrowind in any way they see fit. Change character or creature attributes and skills, introduce new weapons or dungeons into the...
This is by far my favourite TES game, and I've played all but Arena.
The atmosphere of this game is immense, you really feel a part of it, and all the features added to it really allows you to play what you like, how you like it.
The only downside of this game to me is the combat, it is very rusty, I've never known a game that makes you miss striking with your sword so much... but it's not too bad, the rest of the game keeps you hooked.
First of all, I played this game for 48 hours, not some weeks, so my opinion is based on the fist looks.
The time we are in, is a very high tech and advanced technical gaming.
This game was made in another setting, and another "gaming age".
The game has good graphics for its time, but a gamer of Oblivion and soon Skyrim, Morrowind graphics will be outdated! The graphics looks like Lego, but I am impressed of the fantasy like atmosphere.
The Story is a little weird, I am really annoyed, because i don't understand why i shall do all the messed up things in the right setting.
The "mini-quests" and side quest holds the typical Elder Scroll standard and are therefore perfect for the Oblivion lover!
If i have played this game five years ago, I would have been really impressed and loved the game. But i have played Oblivion and are therefore not willing to try the older stuff, and are hungry for better Graphics and Story.
nevertheless, the game is fabulous for its gaming age!
Worth trying: 8/10!
This game is a bit complicated at the start, because there's nothing pointing you on where to go, but, when getting a quest, the npc will give you the coordinates, so make sure to pay attention and follow them.
The combat in this game seems a bit annoying, because, there's chance to miss an attack, depending on the direction you're moving, is the direction of your attack, like horizontal chops, vertical slashes, stabs... Also, every weapon has a strong atack and a weak attack, Example:
Spears do a lot of damage when stabbing, but deal neraly no damage on slashing.
The graphics, well, simple, old and classy.
The story, confusing, twisted and fast.
Also, there are thousands of things to do in this game, side quests, arena fights, exploring, missions, and 2 DLCS which are avaliable.
This game is moddable, but there isn't a good quantity of mods around for this game.
I recommend this one.