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Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind GOTY Edition

Overall: I played this game inside and out, and I still haven't gotten close to doing everything there is to do. Some of the graphics aren't that great and on an older Xbox the game loads constantly; that could just be the fact that I've maxed out my player's stats, and its hard for the Xbox to keep up. Either way its worth the wait. I bought this game before I even had an Xbox of my own, and even then I thought it was worth it. The expansion packs simply add to this games awesome main quest. Tribunal deals with a second rebelious god and in Bloodmoon you become a werewolf. Killing gods is one of the more fun things about Morrowind. No other game can even compare.

Gameplay: The quest on the mainland is different but fun all the same. I wish I could say I knew how the whole main quest went, but I found a shortcut to the end by killing the god Vivic. I've only played a lil of the expansions and I haven't gotten into them much.

Graphics: The scenery is fantastic. Sometimes it doesn't seem like the graphics are any good, but you need to know where to go. If you want to know how good the graphics are go Northeast of the city Khuul or go to the counsel house in Sadrith Mora. Or just play the main quest and watch the very end of Dagoth Ur just after you destroy the Heart of Lorkon.

Audio: The sounds go fairly well with the game. Some of the animals just make weird sounds that surprise you sometimes, but thats a good thing in my book, because you know when somethings trying to attack you.

Suggestions: In the game you can read a lot of books and talk to a lot of people who come from the "main land." Make a new Morrowind. Not quite an expansion but a whole new game where you can use your old character on the main land. Make it possible for stats to go even higher, create harder enemies, new armor, new weopons, new gods that you can kill (like vivic), and have a new main quest. A big one like the original Morrowind; the bloodmoon and tribunal quests were too small. If the advertisement was good enough, then I know all Morrowind fans would buy the new Morrowind, even if they hadn't beat the main quest on the original.

Overall Score: 10.0 / 10

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