The game itself is not bad, well worth the money. However it could have been
so much more. The graphics are fairly samey and lack the variation in
environment that made Morrowind a great game. This minimised my will to go
exploring, marginalised even more by the ability to quick travel. The character
interaction and voice acting is still as sub par as ever and only serves to
irritate in most non story related encounters (characters are know to speak in
disjointed accents while they chat to each other in the same voice).
Graphics were impressive for the time but have always been needlessly
demanding when other games have pulled off far more impressive visuals with
similar requirements (see Just Cause). This meant that when I played the game
my computer still chugged in areas and I had to reduce specs to suit.
The storyline is quite short compared to the other Elder scrolls titles which
is forgiveable thanks to many hours of side quests.
All in all it just didn't pull me in like Morrowind did – that's not to
say it wasn't enjoyable, just a lot less then was expected from a game of this