I swear on my honour that I can be a sensible gamer. I do know how to play games properly. It’s just that, now and then, I am compelled to ignore the path the game has laid out for me. 1,641 more words
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I first played Oblivion on PS3. By the time it was released, my PC wasn’t powerfull enough and even if I consider buying a Xbox 360 (Project Gotham Racing 3 and Gears of War looked so good), I finally decided to buy a PS3. 107 more words
Mankar Camoran was one of the more interesting and still mysterious characters in The Elder Scrolls. Like the Almsivi (Almalexia, Sotha Sil, and Vivec) Camoran made pacts with Daedric Princes and perhaps earned some measure of respect from those Daedric gods. 52 more words
Too often, as I rode my horse across Cyrodiil in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion from muddy marshes of the Blackwood to the snow capped-peaks of the Jerall Mountains, I had wished that instead of a score by Jeremy Soule that I could instead hear Howard Shore’s soaring scores from The Lord of the Rings.