The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

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Step inside the most richly detailed and vibrant game-world ever created. Oblivion is the latest chapter in the epic and highly successful Elder Scrolls saga and utilizes the latest PC and next-generation video game hardware to fully immerse you into the experience.

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  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    Funny that the main NPC's name is Brother Martin, because iI have a brother named Martin.

  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    Major framerate issues, huge ammounts of bugs, game freezing my console multiple times (many of these when I'm actually trying to save the game)...

    I don't even know why I keep trying anymore. Probably because I already have ...
    [+] Major framerate issues, huge ammounts of bugs, game freezing my console multiple times (many of these when I'm actually trying to save the game)...

    I don't even know why I keep trying anymore. Probably because I already have a crap load of hours into this game and don't want to give up now.

    (Oh and before "play it on PC"... I would if I had a PC good enough to properly run it.)

    Yaridovich said 3 months ago 2 comments Like this Report
    • If you're not playing it on PC why post it on the PC version? :P

      SmithyXIX said 3 months ago

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    • wut

      I JUST now noticed I posted on the PC version. I could swear it was the PS3 version. Then again, I didn't pay attention when I posted. My bad. >_>

      Yaridovich said 3 months ago

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  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    And FINALLY, Mercantile maxed.

    That's something I never want to do again. <_<

    Yaridovich said 4 months ago 6 comments Like this (1) Report
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    • I guess it kinda makes sense that way. Otherwise it would be way too easy to level merchantile, causing your character to level up way too fast.

      VelaNoon said 4 months ago

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    • Perhaps, but the game could also be programmed to not count any Mercantile XP for items that were already sold (like, sell an item, buy it back, then sell again) - and change the current system so it gives XP based on total septims obtained rather than for each transaction.

      The way it is now is just terrible. Just terrible, terrible, terrible.

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  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    I want mods to make this into the badass man's game it was advertised to be.

    TheNerdyGuitarist said 4 months ago 7 comments Like this Report
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    Over 40 hours of gameplay, level 22... Progress on the main quest: none. Amulet of Kings? Still with me.

    Yaridovich said 4 months ago 4 comments Like this (1) Report
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    36 hours of gameplay and I'm still roaming the places around the Imperial City. O_o

    Yaridovich said 4 months ago 5 comments Like this (1) Report
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    I hate that Bethesda's games don't work well on the PS3, but if there's one thing I CAN'T complain about, is that their games are bad... Recently started playing Oblivion (wasn't going to, but two ... [+] I hate that Bethesda's games don't work well on the PS3, but if there's one thing I CAN'T complain about, is that their games are bad... Recently started playing Oblivion (wasn't going to, but two friends of mine gifted me the complete editions of Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim on Steam, but since my PC can't run them well, I'm playing Oblivion and Skyrim on the PS3 as I already have their PS3 versions).

    I should be around 20 hours of gameplay now, currently level 16 (making a sneaky character this time) and I haven't even left the Imperial City area yet... @_@

    Yaridovich said 4 months ago 14 comments Like this (1) Report
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    • Elder Scrolls are always best on PC because of the moding community

      StratRat1956 said 4 months ago

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    • @Agent_Breadcrum - If you turn off the autosaves, the DLCs are perfectly playable, I can tell you that. :P

      @Lorondos - Just being ignored? XD

      @StratRat1956 - When I get a better PC, I'm gonna play Morrowind. I've already been recommended a few mods to improve the graphics. But I think I'm not gonna use any gameplay mods, as I like to play the game without mods before I try any of them out... Unless it's something considered to be a huge improvement over something that's flawed or broken.

      Yaridovich said 4 months ago

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  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    'You know nothing, Jon Snow' ... starting new game - playing as a Nord. I cranked up the difficulty (mob = 4x hit-damage?) ... and am getting killed by rats, while forgetting to save my game, repeatedly. Still lovin' it.

    buckybit said 9 months ago 4 comments Like this Report
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    • ... ops. sorry. Yes. I agree. It's absolutely cheap. But it also forces me to play more cautiously. Better. Managing health and hits. Suddenly, Dark Souling my way through TES.

      buckybit said 9 months ago

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    • @buckybit Yeah I could see it would be something that would make the game more replayable if you have already beat it before.

      I just wish it would affect AI and how for example mahe/wizards would hide behind cover popping spells here and there or something, or people flanking you.

      Bruskorken said 9 months ago

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  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    Just bought the PS3 version of Oblivion. Giddy as a schoolgirl; as if the game was released today!

    Yes, I own the retail disc AND Steam versions. Played it with 100s of mods, yet still. PS3 version has native controller ...
    [+] Just bought the PS3 version of Oblivion. Giddy as a schoolgirl; as if the game was released today!

    Yes, I own the retail disc AND Steam versions. Played it with 100s of mods, yet still. PS3 version has native controller support. I heard good things about it's port.

    Off we go, Patrick Stewart...

    buckybit said 9 months ago 1 comment Like this (1) Report
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

    First Dungeon - kill rats ... should be the worst and most boring affair in RPG's but, for some reason, I don't mind it in Oblivion. I played it like 50 times or so.

    It is quite a fiddly affair ...
    [+] First Dungeon - kill rats ... should be the worst and most boring affair in RPG's but, for some reason, I don't mind it in Oblivion. I played it like 50 times or so.

    It is quite a fiddly affair to make Oblivion on PC work with a 360 controller, but it almost works. Lockpicking needs extra mapping. Nvidia 3D Vision mode is decent.

    Joy2key brings joy to old man fingers.

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