Played from a first or third person perspective, Oblivion opens with the mysterious death of the Emperor of Tamriel, tasking the gamer with finding the lost heir to the throne while combating the demons loosed from the gates of Oblivion, or hell. Pioneering technology makes Oblivion's combat more bloody and visceral, as the gamer navigates his way through lifelike towns, dungeons, and the most realistic forests ever created. Oblivion has already received a wealth of pre-launch attention, and has been recognized as one of this year's most highly-anticipated games.
Tangled in a web of his own making, the bandit had run out of arrows at the most crucial of times and worst yet he backed up into a dead end and was surrounded by massive boulders. With no choice, this genius of highway robbery whipped out a knife hoping that would scare away the lanky Wood Elf holding the long sword and iron shield. Oh, it was almost comical to see the bandit try to take a quick swipe with his puny blade but if it wasn’t for the horrifying use of the Flame Spell, lighting up the thief like a human candle, his death was certainly no laughing matter. Well, perhaps the lonely shepherd by the road found it funny. Ah, welcome to the living, breathing world you’ll encounter in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion for the PC. Having been a fan of The Elder... Read Review