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Endlessly replayable, endlessly brilliant 0

(Just copy-pasting an old review of mine from GS, just to see the reader review system in action ...and probably expect a ton of bias). Morrowind is the much-anticipated third installment of the Elder Scrolls series. Arriving four years after the release of its predecessor, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, Morrowind seems more than worthy to carry on the tradition of the immerse and non-linear style of role-playing game. Like Daggerfall, Morrowind is a first-person RPG that lets you basically c...

6 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Truly shows how much Role-Playing games can be addictive 0

First time I started this game on my PC, I had no idea what I was about to experience. As far as I knew, Morrowind was just another open-ended role-playing game set in some mythical universe. Well I was wrong in just one thing; it's not "just another" game. There's a lot more to it. Morrowind is the third game in The Elder Scrolls series, but don't worry if you haven't played the first two games. Although all three games are set in one universe (and in similar time, as far as I know), Morr...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Best in-depth RPG experience on Xbox 0

Alright, it's at least 2007 for you by now, someone says you should get Morrowind, and you're wondering - "Why should I get a 4-5 year old last-gen Xbox game?" Well, Morrowind is one of those rare games that will give you a lot of gameplay. And by "a lot of gameplay", I mean 300 hours plus, if you get into it.Of course, not every game is for everyone. Some people might get easily bored within a few hours of playing this, and you might be one of those people. But any hardcore RPG-style game fan s...

5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Morrowind Review 0

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is a great example of an almost perfect first person RPG game. First, I'll get the worst of the game out of the way, most of the melee combat is just swing swing swing, and the hit detection isn't the best. Another problem with the game is that the game is a bit buggy and that you can get stuck in certain walls/rocks. The graphics are a bit average, but what do you expect from a game this old?The spells in this game seem endless, as well as weapons and armor. The...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Immersive and immense, Morrowind is a fantastic RPG. 0

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is a port of the huge, open ended RPG for the PC. The game is played from a first-person perspective, with combat being in real-time. You'll find that many aspects of the average RPG are present. You'll fight monsters with swords and magic, collect money, level up, get better equipment, carry out quests for NPC's, and eventually get wrapped up in saving the world. However, Morrowind offers you the ability to explore everything right off the bat, and lets you deci...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind 0

I've been slowly working my way through this game's main quest for just shy of three years now (you can check out my pretty much abandoned attempt at chronicling that here), and only really got in gear to finish it recently when it dawned on me that we're only four months away from the next Elder Scrolls game coming out. I didn't want it hanging over me when I dove back into that world. The funny thing is, despite "beating" the game, I've barely scratched the surface of what's available, ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Make a new life! 1

I have the song burned into my brain. I've spent well over 400 hours in the game... I found everything and kill everyone. This game is awesome. Now that Skyrim is out... I recommend taking a look back at this game(if you've yet to).Pros - Awesome sandbox that lets you do almost anything, Moders have been building shit for this game for years, computers of almost any type can play this game,Bluh bluh bluh awesome story and all that good stuff.Cons - Old... I mean that's not a con per say... but i...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

An Open World RPG Not For Everyone 0

It has been often seen with series like Final Fantasy, which have small beginnings and are followed by only a limited group of gamers, until the crucial breakthrough game comes and raises the popularity of the series high above the bar. This breakthrough successfully balances the traditional features of the series at the same time introducing newer more revolutionary ones. Elder Scrolls has been around since 1994 with games like Arena and Daggerfall and did have it's fair share of criticis...

1 out of 5 found this review helpful.

The morrowind review 0

Well i have played morrowind and i have beaten it, it took me 1 year to beat elder scrolls morrowind and that's why i give it 4 stars.The elder scrolls 3 morrowind will keep you very very busy if you want to impress your freinds lolThe game has great graphics for it's time in 2002, but their are few problems that could have been avoided like gitting stuck omg you have no idea how many times i have been stuck i have been stuck on almost everything in the dang game it's unbleliveable.Then there i ...

0 out of 3 found this review helpful.

A few flaws can't stop MW from being a great RPG experience 0

Pros:-Insanely huge and immersive world to explorern-Freedom to play who you want and how you want-Great soundtrack-Hours upon hours of content and gameplay will keep you very busy-Interesting storyline and loreCons:-Some gameplay mechanics are clunky and bad-Can be a bit buggy-Journal can be confusingWhen it comes to open world games and RPG's in general, very few can do it as well as Bethesda, and Morrowind is no exception. It is massive, it is vast, it is deep, and best of all, it's a great e...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

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