Alright, so I’m a little late in the fad. I’ve only gotten The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion today, and short of looking at the introduction, haven’t touched the game at all.
Yesterday I was asked whether I knew what Oblivion was about, and short of playing through The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, I didn’t. It’s been ages since Morrowind, and that game wasn’t even great in my opinion.
But there has to be something about all the hype. The vast, sprawling worlds maybe, or the endless customization of the character. Or some elaborate storyline that I have yet to know.
Whether I want to fork out an additional 200 Microsoft Points, which works out to err… $4.40 in Singapore dollars, for horse armour (which should be in the game, and not something we pay for) is another thing altogether.
Here’s something for Oblivion lovers out there – an equipment database. But you should already know of something like this if you’ve been playing it all this while.