You have the task of finding the hidden heir to a throne that sits empty. Tamriel's previous emperor has been slain, and with no true ruler the gates to Oblivion open and demons begin to invade the people and towns of the empire. It's up to you to find the lost heir to the throne and unravel the sinister plot that threatens to destroy all of Tamriel.
This game is in the top 5 of best games of all time, here is the breakdown.
Storyline: Felt really thought through and immersive, but feels like they could have done more. 9/10
Combat: Honestly, it was not the best combat I have ever seen, felt like I was waving cereal boxes around, but had it's moments. 5/10
AI: The AI still exist even if you are not even there, radiant AI means that they have a life of their own. 9/10
Textures: Amazing for when this was made, very niccly done Bethesda! 9/10
Replay Value: You can almost never complete everything on one character. 10/10
Overall Rating: This game will cost you your life you will be so addicted to it. 10/10
Top 5 RANK:2
Great story with endless hours of exploring and crafting to keep you going well after you finish the Main Questline.
A fun game with alot to do.
Good main story, good side stories.
Is the best game of The elder Scrolls saga, is interest to play and discover the empire of Thamriel but, when you arrive at the max level it is going to be boring.
(Difficulty and wonderful the Shivering Isles DLC!!!!!)
While I came to the Elder Scrolls scene later than most, I dove into Oblivion and enjoyed every minute of it. Hours upon hours of quests, equipment to collect, and replayability mixed with easy modding and entertaining dialog equal one of the best single-player RPGs I've played in recent years. My opinion may be skewed by the inability for my computer to properly run Skyrim, but I digress; I'm perfectly content with playing Oblivion.
Really great game would have been even better with multiplayer
Played this game so many hours. The open world is just amazing and there is so much to do. I also liked the guildes/quests from the addons (knights of the nine). The houses were nice too and you could just dump your stuff everywhere you want (soul gems at the tables) and make your house look wealthy and your own. (skyrim resets that though :( ) First time out of the sewers was great and I just wondered off into the land and accidently stole something and they chased me. Then stumpeled upon a burning city where people were asking my help. The immersion was so great. Also the ability to make mods/download them is nice.
Better then Skyrim!!!!
This is most certainly one of the most immersive RPG's known to date.
The thing that makes it so emmersive the the tonns of voice acting and brilliantly implemented fighting tactics.
Even the more modern variant (Skyrim) Can't surpass the premium status of this game.
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