Like earlier games in the Elder Scrolls line, Oblivion is designed to present a living fantasy world that gamers experience on their own terms. The game is populated with over 1,000 NPCs, each leading a fully realized life, following regular schedules according to their individual wants, needs, and positions. Players are encouraged to interact in the world as they choose, as noble heroes, greedy villains, or anything in between. The game's main story is designed to conform to characters of any moral bent, and plenty of side-missions provide extra adventuring for all.<br><br>The 5th Anniversary Edition offers players the full original game, the Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine expansions, as well as a map of Cyrodil, a "making of" DVD, a steelbook case, a ten dollar mail-in rebate for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, and a Skyrim strategy guide.
Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion -- 5th Anniversary Edition (Microsoft Xbox 360, 2011)
$49.95 - $79.99
pros: Explore a gigantic world with a immersing story that will take you far across Cyrodiil.
cons: Uncountable amount of gamebreaking bugs; glitches and general neglection.
Oblivion, the roleplaying game of the year; no, the century.
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