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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (PC)

Platform : Windows XP
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  • Platform:   Windows XP
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 12 and Over Suitable for 12 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 12. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 12 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
  • Item Quantity: 1

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  • ASIN: B000J362E6
  • Release Date: 15 Dec. 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 21,826 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Classic Role Playing Game RPG for the PC

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Flameboy on 2 Dec. 2009
Although this game has its flaws these can easily be fixed by way of the mods created by other users on the web. There is a large community that have been and are still creating content for this game, which is very easy to 'add-on' in game.

The game itself gives you a lot of freedom as to who you wish to be, female/male, man/beast, warrior/mage etc. Whilst there is 'levelling up' of statistics, with a little practice anyone can get the hang of this. Luckily you do not even need to pay to much attention to these numbers to be able to enjoy and get on with quests.

The only time these skills come into play is when you are choosing the kinds of weapons you should use or armor to be worn, but again this is kept quite simple. The higher numbers are usually a dead giveaway. ;)

This game is far superior to its recent, slighty dumbed down incarnation of Elder Scrolls: Oblivion in all but graphics, but again, this can be somewhat updated using the internet and the modifications there. Luckily this game is not very demanding on modern and older PC's either.

A thouroughly enjoyable game for anyone thats likes quests, adventure, spells, swords and sneaking around. Also the range of different clothing to adorn your avatar is amazing. With the addition of the construction set you can spend further hours creating a whole new advnenture for yourself and others.

A great game overall, with no major flaws. Easy to see why it was game of the year. 10/10
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Watson on 14 Jun. 2010
I have played Morrowind for a few years now and it still has huge appeal to play it more. It is a huge storyline that has all you could want, monsters,quests,groups to join,magic spells,loads of different types of armour and weapons(even glass),dungeons, caves,mountains........the list is just about endless.
Not a game to play for ten minutes a day (certainly not at the start) you have to learn your areas and then by taking quests/tasks you enter the big wide world. And it is a big world. Great fun and with the option to buy add-ons (Tribunal and/or Bloodmoon) or download from the website even more add-ons there are always ways to expand the game. If you have played Diablo,Baldurs Gate, Neverwinters Night..etc you should love this game as it's even better.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Korlus on 5 Nov. 2010
Before getting into the review, let me first say this:

The engine is old. It shows its age. The graphics are no longer spectacular, the lack of full voice is often game-breaking when you're used to playing fully-voiced games.

Now that's over and done with, let me quickly give you a few of its wonderful, wonderful upsides:

The game world is amazing:
Really, it's nowhere near as "generic RPG" as we've been getting lately. Forget Oblivion. Forget Dragon Age. Forget the gothic worlds... The Witcher... The game world starts out a little bland, but as you get into it, you'll find wonderful nuances to everything. What initially starts out as a good vs. evil idea turns into a story of betrayal, deceit and villainy.

The quest are fun and varied:
Do you condone slavery, because it's how the state works (slaves are usually well cared for and looked after, and often have a better life than before they were slaves) or try and help injured slaves return to the life that they'll probably die in.
With the expansions: Do you help build a wonderful thriving settlement for new people from the mainland, who gave up everything to move out, unaware of the situation or help side with the locals, who originally lived here and don't want to give their land up?

It's very moddable:
Even if you're not one to modify games, there are literally thousands of mods out there that can make the game look better and add better features to the game. It doesn't bring it up to date at all, but it really does bring it much closer to being and feeling like a modern game. You can double the landmass and quest, update the graphics with texture packs... Improve the scripting...
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Well, this game looks amazing like the rest of the elder scroll games and was great fun while it lasted, but a warning to Vista users: Many, me included, using Vista, find that Vista does not let Morrowind save (a big issue) without turning User Account Control off, which I foolishly did following the advice of a forum. While this seemed to week for a while and while UAC may seem useless at first, it actually disables anti-spyware such as AVG,which would not work properly afterwards, and left me with a virus I think...More a problem with Vista like everything I guess, and its incompatibility with most programs, even Windows' own ones, but a great game otherwise...

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Having not installed this on XP I must stress it is a must-buy game...the graphics are a little dated, but after trying out various mods which kept wrecking my Morrowind and making it unplayable I decided to stick with the original...like the other Elder Scrolls game this gives you hours of fun, the world is huge, the lists of side quests to do seems endless, the weird, otherworldliness of it (as opposed to the Medieval Europe-inspired setting of Oblivion and Skyrim which I prefer personally)...

I really can't fault this game, just pick a good class at the start otherwise if you pick something like a mage it will be very difficult to progress and get started - a good balance of physical strength and other specialties give you a headstart
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