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Poll: Are you guys going to play Oblivion ?

Yes, it looks awesome, I will play from Day 1
12
44%
I will play it but let's calm down, it's not better than sliced bread
7
26%
I won't play it, not interested, kkthxbye
0
No votes
Oblivion ? Is that an expension of WoW ? Sorry, I am a WoW fanboy
8
30%
Total votes: 27

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Post#31 » 18 Mar 2006, 16:28

Loved Morrowind - wonder if we'll be able to become vampires again.
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Post#32 » 18 Mar 2006, 20:54

Apparently you can Mon.
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Post#33 » 19 Mar 2006, 15:43

Yep Vampirism is in, werewolves not. Not that werewolves were in before expansions in morrowind but yeah. Finding a cure to vampirism in morrowind without using a guide was one of the most fun things I did :)
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Post#34 » 19 Mar 2006, 22:30

The cure for vampirism? Everybody knows that. A stake through the heart, chop off the head and bury it at a crossroads, then burn the corpse and salt the ashes. Or something like that. ;)

I feel bad that I didn't "complete" Morrowind nor did I play any of the expansions or mods. I suffer from being attracted by too many games.

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Post#35 » 19 Mar 2006, 22:39

Rockitt wrote:The cure for vampirism? Everybody knows that. A stake through the heart, chop off the head and bury it at a crossroads, then burn the corpse and salt the ashes. Or something like that. ;)

I feel bad that I didn't "complete" Morrowind nor did I play any of the expansions or mods. I suffer from being attracted by too many games.

Ooh, that dog has a puffy tail! Here, Puff! Here, Puff! Tee hee hee.

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Post#36 » 19 Mar 2006, 23:23

Rockitt wrote:The cure for vampirism? Everybody knows that. A stake through the heart, chop off the head and bury it at a crossroads, then burn the corpse and salt the ashes. Or something like that. ;)

I feel bad that I didn't "complete" Morrowind nor did I play any of the expansions or mods. I suffer from being attracted by too many games.

Ooh, that dog has a puffy tail! Here, Puff! Here, Puff! Tee hee hee.

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u dont complete morrowind u die of old age
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Post#37 » 20 Mar 2006, 00:03

or you go insane and finish it in 7 minutes

http://speeddemosarchive.com/Morrowind.html
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Post#38 » 20 Mar 2006, 08:09

the main quest was like the least fun part in morrowind :p Being stuck on an island full of werewolves lost in a snow storm knowing they are nearby and that you arent strong enough to beat them. Now that is fun :)
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Post#39 » 20 Mar 2006, 09:43

I Agree with the comment about Morrowing being "brown". I couldn't get into it either.

Oblivion looks like the bomb though and I love games which give you complete freedom.

Played the First Elder's scroll. Also loved Privateer yonks ago which also gave you total liberty.
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Post#40 » 20 Mar 2006, 10:47

Argh! DAMMIT!

I peeked... I told myself not to look into it, that I had to refrain from getting it cos it's a single-player game and the value for money isn't as good as mmrpg's..BUT I PEEKED.

And now...I must have it :shock: DAMMIT...

*kicks the desk*

OW!

DAMMIT..

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Post#41 » 20 Mar 2006, 13:03

LOL @ Noose
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Post#42 » 20 Mar 2006, 13:25

he he he, you cannot resist the elder scrolls noose :P
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Post#43 » 20 Mar 2006, 20:20

Noooo! Noose! Think of the children. ;)

On the positive side, the game's easily worth the $90 when you consider the longevity, replayability and mod community.

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Post#44 » 21 Mar 2006, 11:46

From gamespy

Into Oblivion: What we have to go through to play this game! We didn't get the Xbox 360 version because they had the wrong address and our boxed PC copy came factory sealed ... but empty! However, we did get the strategy guides in fine shape. Maybe we will review those. -- Warrior

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