The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Game of the Year Edition includes the original game of Morrowind, plus the Tribunal and Bloodmoon expansions. In Morrowind, you can explore exotic locations,...More
|ESRB Rating||T (Teen)|
|Game Genre||Role Playing Games (RPG)|
|Maximum Number of Players||1|
When you pay the game when you have a lot of brothers who want to play to they think that it is boring because it is boring to watch. The game is hard to get used to. you dont know what to do if you are a frst time player.
### First of all, great game. With a do anything go anywhere scheme, how could it not be? From being able to choose what you want to look like-facial features-race (ie;orc, high elf etc.) and sex (male-female), the game had greatness written all over it....In addition, you could also be as good or as bad as you preferred, stealing-murder, both things can be done to your hearts content, or not at all if you prefer the peace route, then by all means go ahead, this game lets you decide. The mission setup was pretty good as well, letting you(the player) choose what mission (by joining guilds/factions/great houses etc.) you wanted to do and in your own time as well (hmm. seems like there is definately some influence from the Grand Theft Auto series-goood thiiing). But a few things mar this otherwise very fun and addictive game. Journal structure: the way they have it set up is for every addition to your journal keeps coming in a first come first served basis, which means that if you want to go back to see a previuos entry, you will have to scroll back through pages and pages of entrys,not a whole lot of fun, unless you can remember what letter your particular entry started with, then it might not be so bad. (could have a structure where every guild or faction had their own section, ie: seperate sections entitled with the respective titles, like miscelaneous missions; House Hlaalu quests and the like) All in all though it was a very (for me) entertaining game. And for that reason it is definately a game that anyone should at least check out:) Read more Less
### If you like role-playing games, you will probably enjoy this game. It is so big that it's difficult to remember where you are and what your tasks are unless you play it on a regular basis. The thing that caused me to lose interest the most was it's...lack of color. The colors you see on the front of the box were about the only ones the artist seem to be able to use to color everything from land and fauna to buidlings and people! Still, I find myself coming back and playing this game often. Read more Less
When The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind came out on the Xbox last year, it wowed gamers by offering a huge open-ended world, excellent graphics and stellar gameplay. Now, Bethesda Softworks is releasing Morrowind: Game of the Year Edition. However, instead of offering the same game for a cheaper price and maybe a snazzier box, Bethesda is going one beyond and releasing the game with both of the PC expansions (which have never seen the light of day on the Xbox), Tribunal and Bloodmoon, along with the original game. Both expansions provide about 20 to 40 hours of gameplay each, easily upping the ante to over 100 hours of gameplay total. Read more