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The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion (pc game)
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The Elder Scrolls series of action role-playing games has entered the video gaming hall of fame for offering players the chance to live their fantasy dreams of entering another living, breathing world and becoming heroes of legend. Games like Daggerfall and Morrowind have laid the template for much of what followed in the RPG world so it's no surprise the titles have become as synonymous with the genre as Baldur's Gate. Oblivion is another superb entry which keeps many of its predecessor's features but which opens up the world and lore, providing a gripping storyline as well as heaps of questing. This one finds a lowly prisoner being tasked with an epic quest to discover the last of the royal bloodline before war tears apart the land and the Daedra Prince of Destruction reigns for evermore. What follows is a massive, open-world adventure which sees you exploring the land, picking up quests, and doing all the other sorts of things these games are known for, including messing around with heaps of customization options. Oblivion might not be quite so good as Daggerfall, it's probably better than Morrowind, but however you look at it, it's a first-class RPG. The sense of scale and freedom is impressive and it really does feel like you can go anywhere and do whatever you want, unburdened by the restrictions of other more linear games. The graphics still hold up well today, with splendid environmental and character design, while there's simply so much to see and do, you'll be playing for years to come. A modern classic.

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