Originally Posted by txa1265
I get that - but I got a new laptop after a few dozen hours of Oblivion, and started again. And guess what - I saw the same people doing the same things that I had seen before. The frantic horsemen, the people in shops and on the streets. Same, same, same.
I tried to acknowledge that, while also noting that for my character type there wasn't a huge difference. So again it is something that depends on how you play.
If you come from a FPS background like me the physics system was a joke - rag doll out of control - again, games a few years older did it better.
Also, there were 2 or 3 dungeons … repeated infinitely. Which is true of pretty much everything in the game. There was almost nothing of interest. It was almost like Bethesda said 'no one plays full games, so we can just copy and paste and no one will notice' and intersperse a dozen hours of interesting stuff with tons of copy & paste fluff filler.
Very true - those few hours are the standout of the entire game.