8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Two fantastic titles in one box,
This review is from: Bioshock/Elder Scrolls: Oblivion - Double Pack (PC DVD) (DVD-ROM)
To begin i cannot convey what good value to believe this box to be, it contains two brilliant games namely bioshock and oblivion.
In bioshock you play as man who cannot remember his past, and slowly unlock it in this masterpiece of story telling, really all of the elements that make a game are here in top trumps for bioshock , visually it is of a very high standard , the story telling is excellent , the gameplay is great , the atmosphere is very eerie and it captivates the player and brings them in making it hard to stop playing it. It honestly in times is a little spooky and is a great game to play in the dead of night when alone on the house in the dark. The upgrading part of the game leads to great enjoyment as nothing can be more satisfying than killing your enemies by shooting wasps and fire out of your arms. 5/5
Onto oblivion which is my 2nd favourite game ever outisde of the final fantasy franchise , but this game is huge and i mean truely huge the map is huge it would literally take hours to walk from one side the other, but there are so many missions in the game to keep you going and stop it becoming stale. Unfortunately this is the maiin game on its own and doesn't contain the expansion pack, but still it will keep you going for a good 50-60 hours if you want to do the bigger missions and the guilds in the game. It isn't anything like as immersive as bioshock but it makes up for it with enjoyment overall. The only gripe i have with the game is that to level up you have to find somewhere to rest which can be a pain when you are surrounded by hordes of enemies or some that you can't find but the game assures you are there. If a fan of fallout this is a must have because its very similar but swords and magic rather than guns and explosives. Overall 5/5
This pack is a must have for someone who is looking for many hours of pc gaming pleasure and doesn't want to spend £30 on a newer game.