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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

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Platform: Xbox
Tags: RPG, First-Person, Fantasy
Developer: Bethesda Softworks

Publisher
Region
Released
NA
06/04/2002
EU
11/22/2002

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Staff Reviews

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind review (PC)

Reviewed August 05, 2008

Lewis Denby says: "Morrowind's atmosphere is so all encompassing despite the derivative high-fantasy setting that it's an enormous challenge not to be blown away at regular intervals. This atmosphere stretches beyond the realms of the delicious visual design, or the eerily fantastic soundscapes, right up to those little moments of the game where you simply can't believe what's happening."
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Reader Reviews

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind review

Reviewed September 12, 2007

drella says: "A prisoner released from his shackles by order of the emperor, tossed beneath the decks of a rickety wooden vessel embarking towards the faraway outskirts of the dominion, the self-named, self-designed protagonist of Morrowind starts with little more than a clouded past and the clothes on his back. Noticeably absent however are the flashbacks of his foggy history and the destinies fatherly figures envision us fulfilling -- the trademarks countless adventures have conditioned us into expec..."
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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind review

Reviewed February 20, 2008

Lavieta says: "Welcome to Morrowind, home of the the Dunmer, Outlander. You have been taken from the imperial prison back in Tamriel where you were kept for unspecified crimes and, on the Emperor's orders, placed aboard a ship and sent to this plague ridden and near lawless imperial colony steeped in ancient tradition and littered with ancient treasure for reasons unknown to you or your keepers. You have no memory of your past, nor is one ever imposed on you. You are a commoner of questionable parentage with o..."
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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Reviews Around the Internet

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AVG
8.9

External Site
Rating
4/5

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