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. lol
sweet! my copy of oblivion died from over play, and morrowind got lost along the way. I need some elder scrolls now!
I do a search every so often on elder scrolls v and everything i've come up with the last few months or so indicate that it will be out 2010 or 2011 and possibly be an mmo. it's one of my favorite games so I hope so.
I didn't get into the elder scrolls series until Oblivion. I tried out Morrowind prior, but it was the xbox version so the load times were terrible. It only loaded once at the beginning, then again if you died, but seriously it took like over ten minutes. Considering how much I died, I lost interest very quickly. I also felt like Oblivion fixed a number of other issues I had with morrowind. I didn't like that my sword wouldn't always connect with a monster in morrowind. I could see the sword passing right through creatures, and yet it wasn't doing anything. The quest markers were something I needed too; I had no idea where anything was in Morrowind, so when some lady asked me to take her to a city, I just ended up running us into a mob of creatures that wasted me. I also have to admit that I like voice acting way more than text; it really immersed me in the story of Oblivion where as I felt Morrowind was kind of cold.
I'm not saying that Morrowind was a bad game, I can't say that because I didn't play enough of it, but I do wish that I had played it on the PC instead of the xbox. I feel like a number of things would have made it better, like faster loading times and mods that could help me with quests.
Morrowind does take some dedication, but if you can get through the first few level ups an figure out the boots of blinding speed, it's really fun. But the next one will be out next year so if you haven't beat Oblivion, there is still time.
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Yep, I saw the preview they showed at the 2010 Videogame Awards (which should've been called the Video and Music Awards for all of the emphasis on those media, but I digress).
I want to see what it's like. I enjoyed Oblivion for about 60 hours, but got bored afterwards. It just doesn't have that hook to make me want to replay it, so let's see if Skyrim is better.
Also, really digging your new avatar evvy! ;D
Oh, I've never heard of that game.
She looks adorable though.
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 RKM503619 5 years ago
Which Elderscrolls game do you like the best? Skyrim, Oblivion, or Morrowind?What makes your choice the best of the three?
by Adam M. Hanson 6 years ago
What do you want from an Elder Scrolls game?For those of you who don't know, I've been reviewing the last three Elder Scrolls games (the ones I've played) and am planning on doing a hub for the hopes and dreams concerning future titles. What did you like from the old games that got lost in...
by gsurvivor 4 years ago
Is Elder Scrolls Online really going to be that awesome?A lot of hype, there's the praise, there's the bashing. What are your thoughts?
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 Richard Rowell 5 years ago
How many people became totally obsessed with the Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and why?I liked Skyrim when I played it, but I never got quite as into it as I've seen others have.
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