The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Xbox) Reviews
Product Type: Bethesda Xbox games
Description:Genre: Role-Playing / Rating: T - (Teen) / 1 player / published by: Bethesda Softworks / Morrowind is an epic, open-ended single-player game where you create and play any kind of character you can imagine. Your actions define your character, and your gameplay ... more
Newest Review: ... in at Morrowind; a fictional island of about three miles in diameter. While three miles may not seem especially huge, the ... more
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Customer The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Xbox) Reviews (6)
by - written on 17/10/12 (Very useful, 7 readings)
The gaming world has already proved that today's games are fully capable of offering true freedom. Grand Theft Auto 3 is one of the milestones in videogame history, and gamers were for the first time able to experience gameplay and exploration only seen before in RPG's such as Final Fantasy or Fallout. So if today's technology allows this amount of freedom in an action game, think of the potential for an RPG offering gameplay on the same sort of scale. Chances are the image you are picturing in your head is not unlike "The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind". Fans of RPG's will have no problem settling in at Morrowind; a fictional island of about three miles ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/07/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
The appealing theme of freedom in a video game had never really been implemented before the likes of the Elder Scrolls series, with almost every single game requiring players to undergo tasks and practically do as you're told. Morrowind takes a different stance in that you can follow the intended main quest, participate in sub quests or simply go about doing whatever comes to mind: Explore the land, go on a murderous rampage, become a notorious thief - the prospect of ignoring the storyline however seems to lead to a life of crime. Its open world is not scaled like so many other titles (such its 2 predecessors Oblivion & Skyrim) so if you should wander off into ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/11 (Very useful, 7 readings)
(Originally posted on Freeola) Before there was The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion, there was Morrowind. And also Arena and Daggerfall, but those are reviews for another time. Morrowind was made available - and is still available on the PC and X-Box and, like Oblivion, casts you as a former prisoner tasked with putting the world to rights. You do this by undertaking a variety of tasks - slaughtering monsters, taking objects from A to B and so forth, and talking to various non-player characters. Or you can ignore the main quest and join various guilds, take on other quests and so forth. There are more guilds and side quests present in Morrowind than there ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/06/10 (Very useful, 14 readings)
Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is the third installment in the popular Elder Scrolls series and allows players to explore even more freely than the previous games in the series. Morrowind is a first person role playing game set in the continent of Tamriel. Morrowind is a province of the Empire which rules the continent. This game as a lot to offer. It has more than 300 quests, thousands of NPC's to interact with and lots and lots of magical items and weapons. Supporting all of this content is a great story which is rich in lore and history. Elder Scrolls III starts with the player waking up in a prison inside a ship. You do not know your identity ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/09/09 (Useful, 7 readings)
The first time I played this game it completely blew my mind. The sheer size of this game world is unbelievable. Go where ever you want, interact with all characters and objects. Seemingly unlimited quests from stealing diamonds to killing a specific character. Specialise in any number of character types...be a thief, a mage, an assasin, an adventurer. The brilliance of this game is that it can be played in so many different ways. I love to wander around interacting with characters and doing little quests, preferably stealing things. I don't really like to fight, but if its usually self defence. I've clocked up over 50 hours of varied enjoyable play and know ... Read the complete review
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