Elder Scrolls III Morrowind (Xbox) Details
|Release Date:||June 6, 2002|
|Disc Count:||1 game disc|
|Player Count:||1 player|
|Also Compatible On:||Xbox One and Xbox 360|
Explore a world of fantasy with Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind from renowned publisher Bethesda Softworks on Microsoft’s Xbox. Make your way through the main quest of the game while improving skills to help you in battle. Complete side quests to explore the beautiful environments of Tamriel. Arm your character with a weapon, shield, and magic spells, fighting enemies without having to wait for your turn. Save your games to the Xbox hard drive at any point and get back into the world of Morrowind whenever you have the time. The Elder Scrolls games are some of the most well-reviewed RPG’s of all time, and The Elder Scrolls III won Game of the Year from multiple reviewers in 2002. This title was well-earned through innovative gameplay, a fantastic storyline, endless replayability, deep customization, and advanced graphics. Players will spend their time in this edition of The Elder Scrolls III slaying monsters, completing quests, leveling their character, and interacting with thousands of unique NPCs. Combat is resolved through a real-time battle system where sword strikes and spell casts are done in a first or third-person view. Leveling up in this version is attained by practicing a long list of skills from short blades to individual spell schools and crafting. The world of Morrowind is completely open-ended, and where your adventure takes you is entirely up to you. Work through the main story, explore dark dungeons, rescue helpless villagers, or simply hack your way through anything that moves. The designers at Bethesda have spent years crafting the Elder Scrolls universe into a rich world for role-play and adventure. The writing in the Morrowind version for the Xbox is superb, with an involved and engaging plot that will take players to the inner depths of Tamriel and the top of its most dangerous mountains. Dozens of hours of gameplay will keep gamers inside the homeland of the Dunmer, and that’s just the main storyline. One of the especially interesting features of this game is the completely open design and potential for multiple playthroughs. Characters in this game are not given one set “class,” but are instead given a choice of skills to select as primary and secondary abilities. These abilities govern how a character progresses, and even skills not chosen can be advanced at any time just by using them. Interested in role-playing a heroic knight crusading against evil and saving fair maidens? You can do that. Maybe a dashing and crafty swashbuckler supplementing her skills with a dagger using powerful offensive magic is more your style; you can do that. Perhaps an entirely different route fits your play style, like a court jester who uses guile, a silver tongue, and supernatural dexterity to talk, roll, and laugh his way to victory. You can do that, too. There is so much variety in Morrowind’s advancement paths that it’s almost impossible to do it all in the first go. There are good reasons why The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind edition is often touted as an essential game in any RPG fan’s gaming library, and the game was designed from the ground up to be optimized for the Xbox. If you have never had the opportunity to explore the world of Morrowind or are considering another visit to the lands of the Dunmer, there has never been a better time to dive in.
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