The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

released on May 01, 2002

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind

released on May 01, 2002

First-person WRPG and third mainline entry in the Elder Scrolls franchise in which the player arrives in the island of Vvardenfell, an exotic land plagued by disease-carrying storms and ruled by a godly Tribunal, in the Morrowind province of Tamriel, and takes part in the prophecy foretelling the second coming of Nerevar, who will supposedly save Morrowind from malicious clans both within and outside Vvardenfell.

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you'll get more out of the in game books and Michael Kirkbride's inane rambling and sick as hell pen sketches than you will playing this shit. sorry, millenials

the controls on this game are so so bad but the story makes up for all of it. best tes narrative imo

One of the best RPGs ever made and maybe the best open world one; its difficulty to be suffice with a game this epic in scale.

It definitely aged but the sense of awe and exploration were never matched by future titles.

Morrowind felt truly alien and bizzare, outlandish fantasy.
The sequels are just 50 shades of Europe.

An incredible story and world, probably the greatest of any game ever made, tragically contained, likely forever in a boring, finicky and outdated game.