CastleLord wrote:I have played it finished it and all that and it's a great game indeeed.
Knight of Honor wrote:CastleLord wrote:I have played it finished it and all that and it's a great game indeeed.
You can't finish Oblivion unless you play through every possibility . Which would be many hours of gameplay indeed.
I like shooting at random people and hearing them shout "By the Nine Divines! Assault! Assault".
mklovin95 wrote:I have it and the expansions and love it all. I can't wait for the next one to come out next year.
RichardAM wrote:They've been quiet about it. All the Fallout DLC is done- in a few months they're releasing a GOTY edition for that, but that's easy and won't take much time. Of course they'll be exploring doing something new with Elder Scrolls, even if they may only currently be at the design stage.
I wouldn't take much away from them saying we'll have to wait, but at the sametime, suggesting something's coming out next year is silly.
DarkTemplar wrote:...Fallout had to bring out all those DLC's because the original ending was so rubbishy and rushed. You wouldn't want to same to happen with a new Oblivion game.
DarkTemplar wrote:Also it would be nice if they had more diversity when visiting Oblivion in the next game. I know I was getting pretty tired of closing Oblvion gates by scaling similar towers over and over again, maybe if they were more eventful like the Bruma gate were it is timed.
Blaze Ryder wrote:I'd like to point out that Fallout 3's ending was neither rubbishy nor rushed. The ending was intended to be definite and final, and probably a give a reason to purchase the Broken Steel DLC. On a side note, F3 had 5 DLC packs while ES4: Oblivion had 9 DLC packs, most of which were just houses.
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