Please. If you are looking at these reviews and considering buying this game, don't be put off by the slander those who have given it one star portray. Yes, there are good and bad points about Oblivion, but once you've played in the huge and unending world of Tamriel; completing side quests and rushing about on your own horse for just a few hours, you will be hooked.
I'll try to keep the review short and sharp, I don't want to bore you
+ Runs on Windows 7 (I tested it on my Windows 7 64 Bit laptop).
+ Over 200 hours of gameplay if you complete all the side quests in Oblivion alone, with about 30 in Shivering Isles and 10 in Knights of the Nine
+ Endless freedom - you don't have to jump from settlement to settlement, you can go out there and explore the whole landscape with graphics that even put some modern RPGs to shame!
+ Choices. Be good or bad; do what you want - if you get bored of the main questline, invalidate it by joining the arch nemesis who you are supposed to be fighting against! Or just ignore the questline completely and complete the endless side quests, retire with a house in every city and live the high life as the Arena Grand Champion or Fighter's Guild Guildmaster....or both!
+ Houses in every city. Purchase a house in every city and then visit the shop to customise it with new things for every room. Pretty cool huh?!
+ To be honest, I could go on all day!
MINUS POINTS (Just a few):
- The main questline can get a bit repetitive; but its fortunate that it isn't really integral to your enjoyment of the game.
- I have heard of problems on Quad Core machines.