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The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion is a fantastic game, there is no other way to say it. Few open world games before its time have rivaled Oblivion's awe inspiring greatness, and even fewer since then. The protagonist is a completely customizable hero who must save the world from an evil demon, Mehrunes Dagon. The main story line is as fantastic as it is fun to complete. But what really makes this game special, is that you aren't required to follow the main quest line in order to enjoy the game. The subplots and minor quests and objectives are just as rewarding as the main campaign. There are countless side quests that can be completed in a handful of unique cities. You can level up your skills, obtain different weapons, armor, and items, and just explore the province of Cyrodiil. There is so much to do in this game, that you'll sit down to play it, and time will just fly by while you play. The characters have great depth. The voice acting really helps to suck the player in. The game is beautiful to look at; the graphics are incredible. Unfortunately, no game is perfect, and Oblivion is no exception. At times in the main story, there are moments where it is easy to get stuck on a certain part. Also, it can become slightly repetitive, but this does not diminish the greatness of the game. The biggest knock on this game would have to be that it is prone to glitching. There may be some quests or missions that you are unable to complete due to some inexplicable glitch. These are few and far between, however, and the game is still amazing.