Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, is the game that forcefully made us to give up on life and be prepared to hand over our cattle, land and pocket money to Elder Scrolls V : Skyrim, with a deep bow and a smile on our brainwashed faces.
Oblivion stands out for many reasons from the previous iterations of the elder scrolls series, with a better Havoc engine powering its core, greatly defined procedural gameplay, Radiant AI that made NPCs of the game look and feel exactly like the bastards of the real life jabbering at you for thousand reasons, only with cloaks here!
Anyways it was a great game, pretty nice, and really worthy of your shot.
The game is settled in Cyrodill, a part of Tamriel where other previous games happened but it is not a direct related sequel to any past iteration.
So you are a prisoner awaiting your doom (they use this trope every time, funny!) and then suddenly there comes a king hurling inside your cell with some of his soldiers, it is revealed some assassins are after his life and have already killed his three sons!
And that there is a secret door from your cell to outer safe parts, unfortunately the king still gets killed and you are bestowed with the responsibility to take the generation heirloom of the king to some guy.
Some guy tells him that the portal called Oblivion has opened and the demons are destroying everything by crapping on the New York Stock Exchange, and the only way to stop him is to get the royal blood back on the throne again.
So Shrek and Donkey along with Puss in Boots and …wait a minute…sorry pop culture malfunction….anyways so you have to go do that exactly!
Have you played these games before, same like them this time too!
It’s an open world action RPG where you have to select a race to base your character upon and then improve many of his major and minor skills to best out he bittermost enemies of the game and whatnot.
You can play the game in both third person or the first person and get to go anywhere in the game whether you want to play with the main story arc or not, there are many, many side missions that you can undertake and also many weird and hidden and weirdly hidden places where strange creatures and powerful weapon/armor/artifacts lie.
You can upgrade your weapons on workbenches, the weapons and armor get powerful based on your level and so do the enemies!
Although you can change the difficulty any time amid the game to escape some troubling situations.
The true freedom to do anything you want and go anywhere you please is the main thing why we remain shackled to our sinful desires of game freedom and Skyrim!
Developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks for PC, Mobile, PS3 and X360, it was released in March 2006.
The game is a pure freedom of the true fantasy RPG world and wanderlust.