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November 26th, 2011, 22:39
but Oblivion benefits from a more user friendly interface as well as fully voiced dialog, better graphics and combat mechanics.
I would say that Oblivion suffers from being fully voiced. I'm not against voice acting in games, but the voice acting in Oblivion was bad. You had only a handful of voice actors, so you constantly heard the same voice, many generic dialogues could switch in tone (when talking to a beggar he could suddenly turn all noble in his way of speaking depending on what dialogue options you picked). It all served as a major immersion breaker for me.

Oblivion is not horrible, it just needs mods.
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