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Elder Scrolls Adventure: Redguard (pc game)
4.08 out of 5 (12 votes)
  • Game introduction title screen - cover
  • Intro
  • World map
  • On the high seas
  • First battle of the game
  • Loading screen
  • Away for a swim
  • Looting everything I can get my hands on
  • Inventory system
  • Exploring the world
  • Fighting with the guards
  • I think I'm gonna be sick of heights
  • Stop talking and start fighting
  • A snapshot extracted from game introduction video.
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Elder Scrolls Adventure: Redguard is an adventure game released in 1998 by Bethesda Softworks. Elder Scrolls is one of the most appreciated series. The success appeared even from the first game, that was released in 1994. Since then, meaningful improvements were made. So, if you liked the series, you will also like this game. It has everything: interesting dialogues, puzzles, combats, and a storyline that will definitely captivate you. Your character's name is Cyrus, who went on an expedition to the island of Stros M'kai to find his lost sister Iszara. On his way, he is attacked by pirats. The graphics aren't that great, but the player's involvement remains solid. As I said before, the game contains dialogues that will help you during the puzzle-solving, but I forgot to mention there are lots of them. I have to say it's a pleasure to listen to the conversations because they are well-written, and won't bore you, so this is a plus. You can choose the answers in order to reveal some useful informations. Another plus is the wide possibility of exploring and many areas are waiting for investigation. The convenient and easy controls make the character able to climb, run, swim and other movements. Well, despite these qualities, there has to be a minus as always, but fortunately not a major one: the disorientation caused by the bad camera angles. I will give this game a 10 out of 10. Ahoy!