PS3 - Oblivion 5th Anniversary Edition

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Oblivion 5th Anniversary Edition presents one of the best RPGs of all time like never before.


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Oblivion 5th Anniversary Edition presents one of the best RPGs of all time like never before. Step inside the most richly detailed and vibrant game-world ever created. With a powerful combination of freeform gameplay and unprecedented graphics, you can unravel the main quest at your own pace or explore the vast world and find your own challenges. Also included in the 5th Anniversary Edition are Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles, adding new and unique quests and content to the already massive world of Oblivion, the original "making of" DVD, map, Skyrim trailer with $10 off coupon - all packaged in a highly-collectible steelbook. See why critics called Oblivion the Best Game of 2006.


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  • Truly collectible item, get ready for Skyrim

    This is not a review of the game. The game is awesome and if you have not played it yet then you should definately buy it and play it. You won't be dissappointed. The answer is should you shell out the *** for the limited edition 5th Anniversary package? The depends. If you are a collector and love the game and want a Steelbook bound product that will increase in price then buy it. Bethesda is releasing 200,000 copies and that is all. Once they are gone you will pay double or triple on eBay. The map is nice and the documentary is as well but if you are like me then you will watch it once and put it away (never to be watched again). The game is the exact same disc as the GOTY edition. It has the same bugs but still highly playable. You will log 500+ gaming hours to beat it and all the excpansion packs. I personally only scratched the surface and am looking forward to going back and playing this beautiful immersive campaign some more. So there you have it. Nothing new except shiny collector's edition packaging which will be worth a lot in about 6 months. Good luck and I hope this review has answered some lingering questions.

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  • Same as GOTY/Major bug & glitches

    Per a Bethesda rep on their blog at, this is the exact same content as the Game of the Year version from 2007. I owned the GOTY version for PS3. In two attempts totaling approximately 800 gaming hours, I was never able to complete the game due to the "a-bomb" or animation freeze bug and save file corruption issues. References to the "a-bomb" can easily be found on the Internet, such as ****that has a fairly detailed account of issues related to this game. Bethesda has publicly stated that there will be no fixes issued for this bug. There are programmers who created a fix for the PC version and detailed the nature under which it appears, but there is no remedy for the console version, lest Bethesda suddenly decide to issue one. From what I've learned, it is likely any console gamer meeting or exceeding an average of 400 gaming hours or so, on one character, will trigger this bug. It is basically inevitable at some point according to those who know the nature of it, though not everyone has experienced it, which may have something to do with style of play. This number of hours can easily be achieved playing a game a of this magnitude, especially if your style of play is to explore and level your character. In my opinion, exploring and leveling are at the heart of this game, and there is a vast world to explore. Otherwise, you can try to beat the clock, so to speak, rushing to complete the main quest and possibly avoiding the bug. In this case, there will be an abundant number of side quest you didn't experience. Should you encounter the bug, you pretty much have to start a new character. All the secondary animations are affected, such as doors that are extremely slow to or no longer open, and some doors are required to complete certain quests to finish the game. The save file corruption I experienced was another issue that irreparably corrupted all the save files. They could no longer be loaded. There are a number of posts to be found on blogs and discussion boards of those experiencing this issue, and there's no console fix for it either. There are some explanations about how it happens, but I can't technically explain it. It has something to do with floating point numbers and having to reset them, which you can do on the PC, but again, not on a console version. In any case, both these issues are essentially "game breaking" and "game ending." In my case, I gave up playing the game altogether after my first session was ended by save file corruption, and the second by the "a-bomb." I emailed Bethesda support and never got an answer. I waited to see if a fix would be issued, then heard about this release hoping it addressed the issues and some others like the "vampirism" glitch, but sadly it doesn't. You can follow a discussion about this release on Bethesda's website at ****

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