The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Summary

9.2
excellent

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Review

Near-masterpiece, absolutely phenomenal achievement for Bethesda, and no-doubt the best game on the PC in 2006, if not all formats.

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Xbox Acquires Bethesda Parent Company ZeniMax Media; Doom, Elder Scrolls Headed to Game Pass

Xbox Acquires Bethesda Parent Company ZeniMax Media; Doom, Elder Scrolls Headed to Game Pass

All of Bethesda's franchises will be added to Xbox Game Pass and its PC version following Microsoft's acquisition of ZeniMax Media.

Feast Your Eyes on Food Featured in the Official Elder Scrolls Cookbook

Feast Your Eyes on Food Featured in the Official Elder Scrolls Cookbook

The officially-sanctioned Elder Scrolls cookbook won't be fueling this year's festivities, but it sure does look worth the wait.

Skyblivion Is Still Coming Along Nicely - But It's Newest Trailer Doubles As A Casting Call For Artists

Skyblivion Is Still Coming Along Nicely - But It's Newest Trailer Doubles As A Casting Call For Artists

After more than 5 years in development, we're still no closer to having a release date for the incredibly ambitious Skyblivion mod - but at least we're still getting updates.

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Still Looks Miles Better In The Skyrim Engine 'Skyblivion' Mod

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Still Looks Miles Better In The Skyrim Engine 'Skyblivion' Mod

It's been 10 years since the release of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. And while Bethesda will likely support Skyrim in one way or another for years to come, it's up to the fans to bring Oblivion back to the modern age. And this new teaser shows they're still hard at work.

Cyrodiil and Morrowind Are Looking Good Within The Skyrim Engine

Cyrodiil and Morrowind Are Looking Good Within The Skyrim Engine

As early as Skyrim launched on PC, fans took it upon themselves to use the game's fancy engine magic to craft the RPG they really wanted - a prettier looking version of its prequels Oblivion and Morrowind.

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