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Oblivion gives Gaming Groove a happy

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Oblivion gives Gaming Groove a happy

Review - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 10 May 2006, 18:41:34

Tags: The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

There's a review of Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion on Gaming Groove. There's yet another 9/10 with some quotes for the SUPER DELUXE GAME OF THE YEAR PLATINUM COLLECTORS MEGA EDITION REMIX which we all know is coming eventually.

Oblivion is huge...I've said that, but it's so absolutely huge that you have no idea. It's over 200 hours of play in the game. A record I heard was that some dude took 60 just to play the main quest. Except for the crashes, which were infrequent and annoying, there aren't any real "bugs" in the game; however, Bethesda needs to address whatever that is that's causing it and fix it ASAP. Now since I didn't play any of the previous Elder Scrolls games, I can't compare it to any predecessor; but I can compare it to another game I loved: Neverwinter Nights. Oblivion makes NWN look like a sad little cartoon. Seriously. Bioware, you need to step up to the plate!​
Gosh. A comparason between Neverwinter Nights and Oblivion should consist of Which game was the most overly hyped? just to be fair.

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