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Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion - Game of the Year Previews - Xbox 360

  • Publisher: Take Two
  • Genre:RPG
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  • Release Date:Sep 11, 2007
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Blood and Gore,Language,Sexual Themes,Use of Alcohol,Violence)
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Game Description:NOTE: This is a two disc game, but it only counts as one disc against your rental plan. You are in complete control of your own destiny in this single-player fantasy RPG, which features groundbreaking levels of non-player AI. The throne of Tamriel sits empty, the province's ruler the victim of an unknown assassin. The gates to Oblivion have flown open and demons are pouring through the gates, threatening to destroy all of Tamriel. It's your job to find the hidden royal heir who can restore order. But fear not, because there's more to be done! The Game of the Year Edition features the expansion pack, The Shivering Isles, and the content pack, Knights of the Nine, for even more open-ended adventuring.
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