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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Member Review for the PC

Final_Form By:
Final_Form
02/12/07
PRINTER FRIENDLY VERSION
EMAIL TO A FRIEND
GENRE  
PLAYERS 1- 1 
PUBLISHER Bethesda 
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RELEASE DATE  
T Contains Blood, Violence

What do these ratings mean?

To start I've Owned Morrowind for around 2 years and it's still a game i enjoy going back and playing ive beat it twice and i still havent hit all the places quests and possiblities hiddin in this massive fantasy enviroment.

When I say massive im not taking it lightly the game has litterally now limitsthe higher acrobatics skill you have the father or quicker you may get to your destination.

Millions litterallly millions of different quests to choose from here are just a few branches Fighters Guild, Mages Guild, Blades, Work for the empire, temple and I must be misssing others

But for those who dont know each one of these branches have like 5 headquarters all with different quests located throughout the landscape.

And the main quest region thing dosent come in all at once it slowly hints at it from your first a dark elf in balmora saying dagoth ur calls you

you've obviously heard earlier in the game that hes the route of all evil living up in red mountain

but you never think of him till then the clues come so slowly making it and insane fantasy pic the thousands of weapons and armor to choose from also adds to morrowinds complex attitude, especially the daedraic and the glass

Many different classes and combinations of characters to choose from thousands of different skills to master the world is virtually endless every character is fully interactive to that lonely peasent to dagoth himself.

Just vthe whole concept of the game is insane to your carrying capacity to the voices surprisingly

This is one of those games where you can come back and play your file over and over even if you've beat it theres always some side quest you've missed or some temple that hasent been raided.

One of the very few downfalls is the buggyness you experience

another the lack of monsters people to fight.

I urge those of you that havent played this game to do so play play till your cursed eyes fall out

                                                                         AwW SkKEET sKEEt

                                                                                       A+

 

 

 


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