Pros looks great, plays great
Cons loading is often. inventory system is ok
Summary Not much to say about this great game.It can take 100's of hours to do everything. It sucks you into a real living world. It one of the best RPG made.
Pros it is true that u hav ur own life
Cons u cant put addons and patches like the pc's
Summary the best rpg for pc and 360,a must hav
"AWSOME GAME"on by alex73a
Pros good graphics, more advanced than elder scrolls 3
Cons loading is a pain but is worth it
Summary i personally like elder scrolls 3 better, it seemed more realistic to me but this one is awsome as well
Pros one-on-one combat system, lots of sweet weapon choices
Cons load times, but not much else
Summary As an avid gamer, I must recommend this game! I don't think that I've ever played such an enjoyable title, with quite the emmersive world that this one does. Lots of things to rave about, but the most important thing is Oblivion is fun...plain and simple. I must admit that I absolutely hated Morrowind, too complicated and terrible load times. This game is a much improved version of a well thought idea. Look into the expansion packs for this guy too, The Shivering Isles is a trip!
Pros lots of stuff to do, cool weapons and magic
Cons Oblivion gates start feeling a bit repeatitive, and you never feel as superior as you should. sometimes there is rendering lag in the backgrounds
Summary First off, this is the best RPG I've played since Diablo 2. The graphics are stunning. The story is easy to follow. Or you can run off and do all of the side quests. You can basically cater this game to the kind of experience you want. If you want to just burn through the main components and get to the end boss, there isn't anything stopping you, but with all of the side quests that pop up along the way, it isn't likely that you will be that honed in on the main objective.
My biggest complaints:
The backgrounds are sometimes too big to handle, and there is some glitchy jumping as the trees appear right in front of you. The Oblivion gates start feeling repeatitive. And the monsters always seem to be at your level. There doesn't seem to be a point where you can go to a part of the game that you started off in and just annihalate your opponents. I liked that about Fable and Diablo. But it's always challenging, so that keeps me interested.