Morrowind truly punished anyone who played it and it was absolutely amazing for it.
Morrowind is my favorite in the series
That depends on preference. Personally, Oblivion beat out Morrowind though Morrowind still had a bunch of things that I liked more that were missing from Oblivion.
Oblivion took away too much freedom, Skyrim further removed player freedom. The series' pinnacle was TES: Morrowind.
morrowind was great but you can easily argue that oblivion and skyrim are better...and vice versa as well. all great games here
Morrowind still is my fave of the series, it was brutal at times but it was such a step up from anything I'd played around that time. Oblivion certainly propelled the series forward in terms of popularity by making it a bit more casual and accessible but it just wasn't the same. Fast travel ez mode
i was deff using the cheat codes in morrowind to fast travel ;)
because of consoles? everything is downgraded when console is included, look at what happens to battlefield everything went to sh--t when they started to make the main BF series on the console that's from BF3 BF4 and BF1 I still enjoy this inferior BF but console need to step it up and the same thing happened to the elder scrolls series but what can we do
I played Morrowind on console..
All of your comment history is about console vs PC. Give it a rest
When did you start gaming?!!
Last_Boss---- many centuries ago does that answer your question JamesBondage---did you also play any BF that came before 3 on console? Blastoise--- what? no, it's not
Morrowind was on the original Xbox, you know.
Still my favorite in the series. It was so much a upgrade from Arena, Daggerfall, or Battlespiral that came before it.
I'd say Oblivion is my favourite but Morrowind is a very close second. Morrowind had the bigger and more varied world and deeper character management but Oblivion had better combat and more varied side-quests. Plus having an actual physics engine made for a more immersive experience IMO.
In case someone doesn't know, there are people (unfortunately too few) working on huge mods to bring Morrowind's world to new engines (i.e. Skyrim's). They call the project Skywind. Right now it keeps with a huge potential but doesn't have the needed people to make it happen, so if you're interested or know anyone who could be - in helping out, please go see them: Main site (TES Renewal): https://tesrenewal.com Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/tesr_... You can see they lack a bit of activity recently.. /sadface
Daggerfall is still my favorite, despite its technical limitations. People forget how wildly creative it was within the bounds of those limitations. Personally, I feel it was - by far - the most “RPG” of the series; the closest to a tabletop game or fantasy novel. From rolling dice to determine stats to a “choose your path” Q/A story that ultimately suggests your character class, to far more limitless experiences in getting lost, it remains very special to me. No sequel, despite obvious advancements in gameplay mechanics, story, and graphics, has quite satisfied the itch Daggerfall made me realize I’d had. Why can’t I join a religion or choose a god/goddess? Why don’t towns get hit by plagues? Where are the naked whores in taverns? Where are the (much longer, much less censored) books? Etc, etc. I’ll agree that Morrowing had the most creative game-world...but that’s about it.
Most Daggerfall fans said/say the same about Morrowind.
The combat sadly killed Morrowind for me.
I love Morrowind, but if there is one thing that the series has improved on it's combat. Going back to the chance-to-hit mechanic can be a bit jarring. The world, characters, quests, etc I prefer in Morrowind though.
Because Nostalgia Goggles.
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