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Oblivion article at NY Times

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Oblivion article at NY Times

Editorial - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 29 March 2006, 21:15:32

Tags: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Popular Communist rag, The NY Times, has taken a brief interlude from sabotaging the national security of the United States and has written a a little article about Oblivion. There's all kinds of fun tidbits from Todd Howard and various other people, including this gamer:

Rebeca Ames, 26, a World of Warcraft player who works for the Brooklyn Children's Museum and has dabbled with Oblivion, said the absence of a social context often leaves single-player games feeling a bit pointless. "There's no doubt some people are saying, 'I'd rather be playing Oblivion,' since it came out," she said. "But I end up feeling in a single-player game that there's no one to share your accomplishments with."​
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