The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was released almost 3 years ago, in March 2006, but it still is one of the best action-rpg games ever created. The next title in the series is now penned for release early in 2010.

The new chapter was unveiled Paul Oughton, the publishing executive for Bethesda who revealed that "at the moment we [Bethesda] have got Fallout 3 for this year and potentially there's a new Elder Scrolls title in 2010."

But the new game won't hit Nintendo's consoles this time too. "At the moment we're not that interested in the Wii. We're going to stick to PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. We'll continue to pursue three or four titles a year and go for big titles", Oughten stated.

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The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

no wii release? um... who cares? I mean who owns just a wii... a wii's good, its fun I own one, BUT it doesnt offer the same kind of gaming as any of the other systems do, and honestly the controlers are kinda awkward, the montion sensings fine but the buttons are just hard to reach when you need to press them right away. plus the wii couldnt even handel morrowinds grapics... bethesta is known for creating the most graphicly advanced games when they realsed (oblivion held was considered the best looking game ever for over a year) so.... really, theres nothing the wii can do... they'd effectivly have to make 2 diffrent engines, one for the pc/pc wannabe consoles, and one for the wii

The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

oblivion was very good, though not the best action roleplaying game i know storywise and gameplaywise, but had nice grafiks. It was realy enjoiable except for the fact, that there was this automatic monsterlevel adjustment which took away a hell lot of atmosphere from the game.I hope so bad that there will be no more automatic level adjustments, else i wont play this game.Makes me think of Fallout 3, gotte check some reviews if there is level adjustment there to or not.

The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

i loved daggerfall and morrowind was great too. unfortunately oblivion was poor, very poor it may have look nice but thats where everything went wrong. the leveling system was broken and the world seemed a bit odd and small. there was no life to it and generally i didn't care less about anyone or anything in that game. fallout seems to be much the same so far, it looks nice but its not a fallout game and seems superficial.sort it out!

The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

at 2:28 3/11/2008I beg to differ, I thought Oblivion was the perfected successor to Morrowind. Don't get me wrong I had Morrowind before Oblivion it got boring fast, Morrowind lacked the subtle touch that would have made it more. Mods are the only reason its alive, Oblivion didn't have that problem they created a perfect game from scratch. Those who hated it either lacked the system specs or were simply hardcore fans of the elderscrolls. Oblivion was perfect because they created an old concept new from scratch, they knew it would not appeal to the masses. However it did plug the massive problems seen in Morrowind.

The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

@10:53 7/11/2008I dunno, I found the problem with oblivion to be that they tried to hard to make it appeal to the masses, to bring in the casual gamer who pays money and doesn't pirate (a big mistake a lot of developers are making). Oblivion seemed to lack depth.Now that I think about it, was Morrowind really all that deep?...

The Elder Scrolls V Planned For 2010

at 15:6 8/11/2008Your reaction is somewhat premature, I was talking about the over all difference between Morrowind and Oblivion, I'm not saying Oblivion is/was perfect in that manor of respect no game is perfect. I simply meant to point out Morrowind had too many loose ends, Oblivion clearly fixed those but did it at the cost of loosing its fan base. I don't any developer wants to rehash game history in volumes, its too much work when you can simply improvise that is the realistic way of doing things anyways.Finally, s**t happens and then you die. Will you really care about the casual gamer then?? Didn't think so!!

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