Conclusion: This was the first Open world game I ever played, I absolutely loved it, and I still remember the fun I had playing the game.
It would take too long to list all the various quests, armor, weapons, enchantments, and magic spells you can learn/create, simply trust me when I say this game is an adventure waiting to happen.
I recommend this game to anyone who enjoys open world or RPG's.
The knee's bend funny, and when you jump your legs stay straight.
However there is one additional thing to note, in the Game of the Year Edition you get the Shivering Isles Expansion, and there you meet my favorite character in the whole series.
The stories/quests are very memorable and the game play was dynamic and very fluid.
Edit/Update March 18, 2015: I redid my review for Oblivion, thereby normalizing it into the framework I do for all my reviews.
The whole Elder Scrolls series is very rich is lore and diversity of environment, you can read in-game books and learn useful facts about the monsters you fight.
Not everyone will do this, but I ended up learning what all Trolls are weak against, and I've been using it in all Elder Scrolls games since.
If you wanted, you could become a villain, you could also become a hero.
The choices are completely up to you.
(personally I always thought third person looked silly.
(No one ever read the old review anyway, you're not missing anything) Update June 23, 2015: Corrected release date from 2007, to 2006.
Quick Review- pdf The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is a massive open world game developed by Bethesda and released March 20, 2006.
Seems like download an indication of "play in first person.
Game Play: You can control the camera to play in third person, or first person.
Detailed breakdown review- Story: This is probably one of my personal favorite parts of Elder Scrolls of Oblivion, once you get out of the starting area you can make your own story, or follow the main story, or go search for your own quest.
I won't say much more about the story, because most of the fun is in finding the quests and stories yourself, and of course forging your own tale.
Achievements: There are no Steam Achievements in this game, you can certainly find plenty of challenges online to test your skill in the game, or simply increase the difficulty of the game.
Price The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition is priced at 19.99, as always, I suggest you wait for a sale, but if you already know you like this style of game you won't lose money out of it, since the game is getting "old" cough cough cough you should probably look.