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- Product InformationMorrowind continues Bethesda's award-winning Elder Scrolls role-playing series that began in 1994. The first two games built a following by offering players the freedom to do whatever they wanted to instead of venturing down a specific path. Released six years after the second chapter in the series, Morrowind serves as a gateway to an epic fantasy world featuring distinct races, political factions, monsters, and a diverse geography with variable weather.
Played primarily from a first-person perspective, the game begins on a ship sailing toward the mysterious island of Vvardenfell. The Emperor has, for reasons unknown, decided to free the lead character from imprisonment. With nothing but a man's name and a location to guide them, players are free to explore their surroundings, earn some money to purchase equipment, or converse with townsfolk, asking for advice or the latest rumor. The player's race, reputation, personality, and affiliation with various factions will determine how others respond.
Ten races are available for new characters, from the cat-like Kahjit and reptilian Argonians to more "traditional" orcs and elves. Each race offers distinct skill bonuses and special abilities. Nords are immune to frost, for example, while fleet-footed Redguards are resistant to poison and disease. Skills are broken down into three arts: combat, magic, and stealth, with certain classes gravitating toward a specific area. Developing these skills through combat, spell casting, or lock picking, to name but a few, will help increase the character's proficiency and overall experience.
As in previous games in the series, combat is handled in real time. One's skills in specific weapon types as well as fatigue rating and luck will influence whether the weapon hits the desired target. Adventurers will also be able to carry numerous foodstuffs, potions, scrolls, and items to sell or to use in combat. While there is a main storyline to the game, players can join up with multiple guilds and rise through the ranks by doing various tasks. Realize that certain actions may result in fines or imprisonment, and noted thieves or murderers may carry a bounty on their heads from town to town.
Also included as a PC exclusive is The Elder Scrolls Construction Set, a flexible design tool used by players to modify and add to the existing world in a number of ways. Players can alter character and monster attributes or skills, create new dungeons or islands, design new weapon types, and more. Each file created by the Construction Set can be added or deleted from the game without disrupting the existing universe. Players can also download or swap files with each other to experience new adventures on continuous basis.
- PublisherBethesda Softworks
- GameElder Scrolls III: Morrowind
- ESRB RatingT - Teen
- ESRB DescriptorBlood, Violence
- Control ElementsKeyboard,Mouse
- Number of Players1
- Release Year2002
- Game Special Features
- Extensive freedom in character creation
- Open-ended adventure through enormous fantasy land
- Rich graphics bring the game world to life
- Extensive freedom in character creation
- Game SeriesThe Elder Scrolls Series
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- rikyo_boyJul 08, 2010by
One of the best RPG titles, ever!
The game is all kinds of awesome. Though not as flashy as its lauded successor Oblivion, it is not demanding in terms of hardware and beats it by a mile in content, storyline, and playability. Few features that can be seen as possible drawbacks are poorly organized adventure log and a games map so vast as to be often perceived as repetitive and somewhat tedious. All in all, a gem find of the Solo RPG genre, arguably second only to the recent Witcher.
- 1005043571@dele...Apr 02, 2011by
Wow what a suprise
I really didn't expect to enjoy this game so much. Unlike some of the more popular games it is not over in seconds and it can last for as long as you would like it to. Countless places to explore and get lost in and you can do it all in your own time. I am nowhere near the end of the game, went off in many different directions and am only now really following the main plot but if I feel like it I can prolong the adventure and try out other things. What a great discovery is this game!
- carbonbondsJul 14, 2007by
Morrowind: Not the Least of the Elder Scrolls
This game is simply amazing. My computer is not the latest model, and is not up to running Oblivion, the next game in the series, so I decided to try Morrowind. I was not disappointed. EVERYTHING is interactive, there are nearly unlimited things to do, kill, steal, cast, etc. Build your character, train in whatever areas you wish to specialize in, and save the world from the evil Dagoth Ur. I've had the game for over two months now, and am STILL finding more things to do on it. Not satisfied with saving the world, I had to become Master of the Fighters' Guild, Archmage of the Mages' guild, and am working my way through the missions of the sneaky Thieves' Guild. However, the game is not perfect. It can be a bit glitchy at times. The water animation, for example, is notably off. Sometimes it works fine, sometimes it has a strobe effect going. It is not impossible to fall through floor, or get your head stuck in a lamppost and be unable to move. Most irritating of all, some of the non-player characters tend to drift to their left during the course of the game, making some of them very difficult to find, and some even drift to unintentionally block your access to doorways and other plot-crucial things. Not all glitches are bad, though. There are reputedly glitches in this game that work for your benefit. I found one, but you have to find it for yourself. But that said, Morrowind is definitely worth the buy. If you have a really fast computer, buy ES IV: Oblivion, but if not, Morrowind is the best game for you. Read full review
- opima05Nov 17, 2006by
The graphics are absolutely awe-inspiringly gorgeous. I have not seen this realism in a video game since... ever. The only problem is that the graphics require a near-supercomputer. Mine is kind of super, and the graphics look fine. As close to perfection as I have ever seen. Swords cling and clash. Magic blasts roar with power. Daggers swiftly slice through the air. Water sounds like water. Perfection. Absolute realistic perfection. The voice acting in this game is excellent. Sadly, the voice acting is limited to two sets per species: a male set and a female set. You hear everything, from the male Wood Elves speaking of your freeness when you prance around in your underwear to High Elves speaking of teleportation. The music is great. From the first time you boot up the game and hear the roar of drums, to when you're adventuring across the Morrowind countryside and hear beautiful, beautiful music, the game's music is spectacular. You are a prisoner in the Imperial City's prison. You have just been released and are being taken to Seyda Neen for an unknown purpose. You create a character, are pointed in the direction of the main quest, and cut loose. From there, it's your story. You can choose to involve yourself with the Temple, a House, and a Guild. If you continue the main story, you can also be a member of a heroic organization known as the Blades. When you first start off, you'll get to make a character. This character can be anything from humans (Imperials, Bretons, Nords, and Redguards) to elves (Wood Elves, Dark Elves, and High Elves) to beasts (Argonians and Khajits). This allows for rich enough gameplay, but you can also pick classes, such as Crusaders or Witchhunters. Not only that, but you can create your own classes with different skills to excel at, such as Alchemy, Destruction, Long Blade, Heavy Armor, Short Blade, Acrobatics, and more. This is one of the few PC games with great keyboard-and-mouse gameplay. The game's controls are perfect for combat. Very fun. There are a wide range of weapons and items ranging from longswords to books and scrolls. There are many different varieties of enemies as well. Morrowind provides a huge landmass to explore, full of items, characters, and enemies. The game includes an easy-to use construction set, as well, which infinitely expands Morrowind's world. This is the game's only weakness. Interaction with other characters is limited to choosing items on a menu. It is okay, though, and still immersive. Final Verdict: BUY THIS GAME. Read full review
- totoro234Mar 09, 2007by
Good and the Bad
Decided to buy it because my son begged for another copy. The game is good as it lasts along time,plenty of things to do, so it's not like a shooter as in two days games over. So you get your money's worth. Bad in it gets hard/ sometimes frustrating. Caused my son to destroy the disc of the first copy he had, lost his cool. But he liked it so much he made me buy the second copy with his money. For the bucks I recomend it. Thanks, Steve
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