Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Collector's Edition - PC

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  • Live another life in a whole new world -- gamers can create and play any character they can imagine, from the noble warrior to the sinister assassin to the wizened sorcerer
  • First-person melee and magic systems bring first person role-playing to a new level of intensity
  • The groundbreaking new Radiant AI system gives Oblivion's characters full 24/7 schedules and the ability to make their own choices based on the world around them
  • Features over 1,000 non-player characters who come to life like never before -- facial animations, lip-synching, full speech, even unscripted conversations with each other
  • The enormous world of Oblivion is open, giving you short challenges and open-ended gameplay -- everything from fighting bandits to mixing potions

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Platform: PC | Edition: Collector's

Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the most richly detailed and vibrant game-world ever created. This new chapter uses next-generation technologies to create a fully immersive gaming adventure. The Emperor of Tamriel has been assassinated and the killer still runs loose; meanwhile, no heir sits on the throne. With no Emperor upon the throne, the gates of Oblivion open wide and demons invade. Your quest is to find the lost heir and place him on the throne, before demons destroy the land. Special Collector's Edition includes: Pocket Guide to the Empire, "Making of Oblivion" Documentary and a Septim Gold Coin. Next-generation graphics with pixel-shader effects for high-definition TVs, creating lifelike towns & dungeons, and the most realistic forests

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Platform:PC  |  Edition:Collector's

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By Herschel Greenberg VINE VOICE on March 23, 2006
Platform for Display: PCEdition: Collector's
By now, you have heard the hype surrounding Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion. I am here to tell you that the hype is real. The game is fantastic. The graphics are unreal-they really took them to the next level. The play mechanics are straight forward for the average PC RPG fan, but there is enough depth to make any hard core gamer happy! I think the designers hit a perfect balance for any type of fan.

As computer owners, we are constantly reminded that it is expensive to upgrade hardware. Every once and a while, a game comes out that justifies those expenses. I think this is the game that should make people upgrade. And, if you do it now, you won't have to worry about upgrading for the next generation of games. My computer is plenty powerful enough to run it (Alienware Area-51 5500 with 1Gig Ram, ATI x850 256megs Ram, S-ATA 80 gig HD, Viewsonic VX924 Monitor).

However, if my computer was too slow, I know I would upgrade in order to play this game, it is that good. Even after a few hours of playing, I am confident in saying that this game is fantastic! Any money you spend on your computer will be well worth it!

The beginning level acts as a tutorial. Instead of being ordered how to do things, the game starts open ended (a clue that the entire game will be this open ended as well). It gives suggestions on things, such as how to use the bow and how to cast spells. But if you choose to not be an archer or a magician, you can still proceed. You customize your character at different points based on how you were playing. I think that is an original design for character creation, as opposed to creating a character from scratch before ever playing the game.
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Collector's
This game is amazing. It delivers on all levels for me and is a leap ahead from Morrowind. I could go into detail about the graphics or A.I. but by now most of us have seen videos exemplifying these things, the real beauty in Oblivion comes with behind the scenes improvements. The biggest of these for me is real time physics. Now when I crush somebody sideways with my mace they lift off the ground and follow the arc of my blow, and proceed to land in the appropriate way a real body would. Any item that is equipped in their hand does not drop with the body and becomes its own item following the force of the blow as well but on its own. The first time I hurled a fireball past its intended target it slammed into a table cluttered with stuff and everything flew. As for the problems alluded to by others about button mapping issues there are plenty of hotkeys and quick menu buttons so it is really a non-issue. Also I want to say that I love the collector's edition if for nothing more than the pocket guide to the empire. However I love flavor text and was one of those guys who spent more time reading his magic cards than playing with them. All in all great game by my count and I would encourage others to give it a try.
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Collector's
Awesome Character creation: Very detailed. A bit cumbersome, but you can pretty much make your character look however you want.

Beautiful Graphics: I play on a 1505 notebook w/ a 1.66GHz duo core processor, 1gig ram, and a 256mb ATI mobility radeon x1400 card. I can run the game at 20-60 fps, depending on what I have enabled. The graphics look very nice w/ 2x HDR or Bloom & 25-50% distance rendering. As a side note, 10fps is playable, 25fps is quite smooth. If you have a high, low end card, you should be able to run it fine, with good graphics.

Great real life physics simulation: Blood spatters, logs roll, arrows bounce. You can pick items up, move em around, or just knock em over.

Cool Items: Unlike Morrowind, with its largely fiction based items, Oblivion has things like apples, potatoes, mutton, paintbrushes, gold, etc. They are much more realistic - especially the ingredients (aka - food).

Great Faction System: This time around, the factions are a bit more realistic. For instance, instead of the Theives guild being merely about odd jobs, its a place where you can sell your fenced goods and pick up some trainig. Specific 'jobs' are still available, but their not handed out like candy, as in Morrowind. You need to independently thieve for a while and sell a set amount of fenced goods in order to get them.

Good fame rating system: You'll have a seperate fame and infamy rating. Good deeds make fame higher, bad hightens infamy - realistic.

The Lusty Argonian Maid: Remember good o'l Uncle Crassius from Morrowind and his tale of the Lifts-Her-Tail? The story continues....
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Platform for Display: PCEdition: Collector's
This was my most highly anticipated release (next to the Star Wars Prequel, but since that was a movie and not a game...) ever!

First of all. I love the interface. Whereas many people are whining and crying because they only have 8 quick keys, it doesn't bother me. I play a combat class. I have my sword on #1, my bow on #2, and I'm truckin. I don't have a large stack of potions, so I don't quick key that. If I ever need anything else, I hit the Tab key, scroll though my inventory and grab it. Even if I were playing a Mage type, I wouldn't see needing more than 8. A weapon, some spells, and you're good. If you have to map every item to a key, then go find another game. You hit the tab key and with some mouse clicks, you are all over the map, quests, inventory, attributes, skills, factions, etc. Very easy to getting use to and figuring out from playing Morrowind. Just like Morrowind, when you pull up the inventory or the spell list, time stops... so you can drink your potions, pick your spells, and choose your weapon and go to town.

I am running this game on a Dell Inspirion laptop at the High Quality video setting and I'm having no problems with anything. The graphics are beautiful. The scenery, the level of detail in your character and the NPCs around you. The sound is awesome. All characters speak thier parts and have facial expressions. The NPCs walk around town and talk to each other. Walk in and out of buildings, they have thier own agenda and their own life, they don't stay anchored to a room where you can go find them all the time (merchants do stay in their place of business from open to close). I know I am going to have to upgrade my home computer if I want to play this, but it is definately worth it.

I like the quest system.
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