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TES: Oblivion for PS3 hits 9.5 at Gamespot

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is an unequivocal role-playing masterpiece of epic proportions. After strong showings on the PC and Xbox 360, Oblivion is now available for the PlayStation 3, and it's still every bit a fantastic game. That said, if you've already played Oblivion, you won't find much of anything new in this version. The graphics are slightly better, the load times are shorter, and there is a bit of new content in the form of the Knights of the Nine add-on, which is available as a separate purchase on other platforms. However, if you own a PlayStation 3 but haven't played Oblivion yet, this is one game you won't want to miss.

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GaMr-3776d ago

They ranked it lower than the xbox360 version. lol

9.5
9.6

"Gotta love gamespot."

Chexd3776d ago

as it is effectively EXACTLY the same game lol

Killer Cop3776d ago

They ranked it lower, despite saying sligtly better graphics and content? Lol!

JsonHenry3776d ago

game is good on the PS3 thanks to the fact they load about 4 gigs of info on the hard drive which gets rid of the annoying "loading area" spots. But the game, and I don't care who says otherwise, looks washed out on the PS3. If the textures are "sharper" (whatever that means, if you know anything about game design you understand what I am talking about) you cam't tell because the colors on the PS3 simply look washed out compared to the PC and 360 version.

Almost every PS3 game to date looks washed out for some reason. I wonder if it has to do with the 7900GTX vid card? Or maybe the internal scaler?

xfrgtr3776d ago

you really need some glasses

Toolman3776d ago

Just a wild guess here. You dont own a PS3 and have been watching Gametrailers comparisons videos.

gooner3776d ago (Edited 3776d ago )

ignore it their the same idiots who rated fable and pgr3 higher than motorstorm and resistance.
i wonder how much m$ pays them out

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