Which Elderscrolls game do you like the best? Skyrim, Oblivion, or Morrowind?
What makes your choice the best of the three?
Morrowind is by far the best, it has better atmosphere, better story, better gameplay, better everything.
I used to enjoy Morrowind more than the other, but know with Skyrim coming out with a patch for Kinect Intergration where you can say more than 250 voice commands, I think Skyrim is going to become my favorite out of the series.
I'm in complete agreement with the other two answers: Morrowind. It was my first Elder Scrolls game and it's always been my favorite. Even with all the advances they've made in Skyrim, it doesn't have the atmosphere that Morrowind has. I like Skyrim better than Oblivion, but neither of them have made the connection that I felt with Morrowind. Also, I think that Morrowind was much more challenging for me, so it felt like I had really accomplished something whenever I leveled, unlike Skyrim where you can just buy a ton of iron ore and leather and just make iron daggers all day and level up like crazy
That's a tough one. Oblivion is out. Morrowind takes me back to the original Xbox and hours upon hours of play time. The gameplay was great and the expansions were amazing too. Plus you can't beat standing in a corner, doing a soul trap spell to level up. Skyrim of course throws a wrench in the mix because it is a beautiful game with not too bad of a storyline. The only reason I will choose Skyrim is because of the new creatures and the side quests. Morrowind is great but you can't fight a Dragon in the game.
I would say Skyrim, but Morrowind was the king of it's day. Oblivion was a bad game, only fighter classes could make it far into the game.
by musclequest 6 years ago
My memories and thoughts of oblivion was wow what a great game.I then researched and saw skyrim was on its way oh how exciting...not.Don't feel it was worth the wait or does it get better with time.Microsoft is dubbing skyrim as the game of 2011 what do you think?How does it compare to oblivion?
by evvy_09 7 years ago
I recently discovered a undamaged copy of morrowind just sitting on my gameshelf. I have no idea how it's not broken since I swear it was cracked a year ago. I won't question it though. Now I just got to find the drunken mudcrab and the boots of blinding speed and I'll be happy....
by mobias 6 years ago
Skyrim! Droool. Yes, I very much want this game…but I was reading some stuff that made me a little discouraged in the reviews online. I sincerely hope they patch the concerns I've read about:1) Only direct X 9?? Really? Another sad casualty of consolitus! The old aging,...
by evvy_09 7 years ago
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is now announced and is said to be a mmo. yay I am happy
by epearson 3 years ago
I really would like to know which video game, but table top games are welcomed too.
by JT 4 years ago
Skyrim or Oblivion??? And why?
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