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Oblivion(XBox) dry humping at Eurogamer

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Oblivion(XBox) dry humping at Eurogamer

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Sat 25 March 2006, 19:48:46

Tags: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

There's a review of Oblivion over at Eurogamer. The score is a 10/10, meaning the reviewer of the game has found the perfect game, will never get tired of it, and will probably have the retire from being a reviewer because he'll never play anything else again. Here's a clip:

Your first dilemma is whether to engage with the plot or not, and whether you stride purposefully towards that red triangle on your compass is your choice. You see, the death of the 87 year-old Emperor of Tamriel and his three sons presents something of a problem for this idyllic land. Without an heir to the throne, several hellish rifts or 'gates' to Oblivion are open, and demons are pouring out of them. As you might expect, they're doing a pretty fine job of doing their evil bidding and laying waste to everything in their path - and for reasons not fully apparent, you've been entrusted with the task of putting a stop to all this.​
The big problem with the whole, "Do the plot or not do the plot" given the story about the hellgates and such is that the world doesn't really get any worse if you just ignore the whole hell errupting on Earth thing. It would be nice to give the player the choice of getting involved or not with a consequence to ignoring the world going to hell. Wait, that might actually be a living world type thing. Can't have that. That would be too hard to impliment!

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