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Lord_Sloth  +   778d ago
I had so much fun with Oblivion.
h311rais3r  +   778d ago
I had more with morrowind.
Letros  +   778d ago
I had more with Daggerfall
xX-StolenSoul-Xx  +   778d ago
Same, Oblivion was the first Rpg of its kind that I have played. I have nothing but fond memories.
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Dead_by_Dawn  +   778d ago
Imo Oblivion is better than skyrim. If they only combined the two as far as features, that would be awesome.
Mainsqueeze  +   778d ago
I like Skyrim more than Oblivion but Morrowind better than Skyrim lol.
Reverent  +   778d ago
I agree. I know people always say how there is a sh*t ton of things to do in Skyrim, but honestly, I completely ran out of things to do in Skyrim after 100ish hours of gameplay. I only had the motivation to create 3 characters in total.

On Oblivion, god I had to have put over 300-400 hours into that game. I made 20+ characters, and every playthrough, I still felt like I was finding new things to do... I never had the luxury of playing Morrowind all the way through though:( I didn't own the game and when I played it, I WANTED to get it so bad but I couldn't ever find a copy. (This was before I got really into using the internet. I used be a very offline type of gamer).
Mainsqueeze  +   778d ago
you can get morrowind on steam for pretty cheap man you should check it out.
Reverent  +   777d ago
Well I was worried it wouldn't feel right after having gone through Oblivion and Skyrim, but I guess that's just silly. Yeah, I'll definitely pick it up, especially now that I've been getting into PC gaming lately.
Dead_by_Dawn  +   778d ago
Yeah, I played the shit out of oblivion far more than morrowind and skyrim combined. Although I did like the story in morrowind better, oblivion for me was the breakthrough in the elder scrolls series. A total of 700+ hours across three characters. Skyrim seemed to take so much away that I appreciated in morrowind and oblivion. Skyrim got dry pretty quick, where in morrowind and oblivion, I always found something new to do.

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