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^ "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Interview". GameBanshee. UGO Networks. 2004-12-09. Retrieved 2007-06-01.
^ Kasavin, Greg (2006-03-25). "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Review (Xbox 360)". GameSpot. Retrieved 2010-02-05.
^ a b Joynt, Patrick (2007-03-26). "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Review (PS3)". GameSpy. Retrieved 2010-02-05.
^ "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Guide & Walkthrough - PlayStation 3 (PS3) - IGN". IGN. Retrieved 2011-10-23.
^ Pitts, Russ (2006-08-03). "Oblivion: The Dagobah Cave". The Escapist. Themis Group. Retrieved 2007-07-02.
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On May 3, 2006, the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB) in North America changed Oblivion's rating from T (Teen 13+) to M (Mature 17+), citing game content not considered in the ESRB review, i.e., "the presence in the PC version of the game of a locked-out art file that, if accessed par using an apparently unauthorized third party tool, allows the user to play the game with topless versions of female characters".[106] In response to the new content, the ESRB conducted a review of Oblivion, montrer to its reviewers the content originally soumis par Bethesda along with the newly disclosed...
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Oblivion's score was composed par series mainstay Jeremy Soule, a video game composer whose past scores had earned him a BAFTA award in the "Game musique Category" and two nominations for an AIAS award for "Original musique Composition". Soule had worked with Bethesda and Todd Howard during the creation of Morrowind, and, in a press release announcing his return for Oblivion, Soule repeated the words he had a dit during Morrowind's press release: "The stunning, epic quality of The Elder Scrolls series is particularly compatible with the grand, orchestral style of musique I enjoy composing the most".[57]...
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Oblivion features the voices of Patrick Stewart, Lynda Carter, Sean Bean, Terence Stamp, Ralph Cosham, and Wes Johnson.[49] The voice jouer la comédie received mixed reviews in the gaming press. While many publications praised it as excellent,[50][51][52] others found fault with its repetitiveness.[53][54] The issue has been blamed on the small number of voice actors and the blandness of the dialogue itself.[55] Lead designer Ken Rolston found the plan to fully voice the game "less flexible, less apt for user projection of his own tone, plus constrained for branching, and plus trouble for production and disk real estate" than Morrowind's partially recorded dialogue. Rolston tempered his criticism with the suggestion that voice jouer la comédie "can be a powerful expressive tool" and can contribute significantly to the charm and ambience of the game. He stated "I prefer Morrowind's partially recorded dialogue, for many reasons. But I'm told that fully-voiced dialogue is what the kids want".[56]
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The game was developed par the United States software company Bethesda Softworks. Ken Rolston, who was Morrowind's lead designer, oversaw a development team of 268.[8] The PC and Xbox 360 versions of the game were co-published par 2K Games and Bethesda.[9] Work began on The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion shortly after the release of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind in 2002.[10] par mid-September 2004, Oblivion had been officially announced, and its titre released.[10][11] 2K Games had aimed for a late 2005 publication so that the game could be an Xbox 360 launch title.[12] The official release date...
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Oblivion is an action role-playing game (RPG) that incorporates open-ended gameplay. The main quest can be postponed ou ignored for as long as the player wishes to explore the expansive game world, follow side-quests, interact with NPCs, slay monsters and develop their character. The player is free to go anywhere in the realm of Cyrodiil at any time while playing the game, even after completing the main quest. The game never ends, and the player may build up the character indefinitely. The fast-travel system used in Arena and Daggerfall makes a return in Oblivion. When the player visits a location,...
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is an action role-playing open world video game developed par Bethesda Game Studios and published par Bethesda Softworks and the Take-Two Interactive subsidiary 2K Games. It is the fourth installment in The Elder Scrolls action fantaisie video game series, following The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. Oblivion was first released in March 2006 for Microsoft Windows and Xbox 360. A PlayStation 3 (PS3) version shipped in March 2007 in North America, and in April 2007 in Europe and Australia. After a number of smaller content releases, a major expansion pack, Shivering Isles, was distributed. The Elder...
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