I was hoping when I bought this, for a game similar to Oblivion. This was nothing like it. There's not even a currency system since you aren't ever getting opportunities to go into cities and buy things. Basically, everything you get are things you pick up as you follow the linear storyline. Not that linear is horrible, but what's frustrating about how linear this game is, is the fact that it gives you very few clues where you need to be going. There is one way to get to your main objective, but you have no idea if this is the way you should be going. No maps, unspecific objective lists, combined with the face that there is only one way to get to where you need to be make this game extremely frustrating. I spent 30 minutes at one point trying to figure out where to go. It's like a maze. The weapons you find are limited, but each different type have very different properties. The classes are also very different. I suppose that should increase the replay value, but it didn't for me. The story isn't dynamic. It's good, but it doesn't change much at all with different playthroughs. You have no choices in leveling your character. All improvements made upon level up are automatic. You have no choice in what to improve. The story is also very short. I beat the story in 2 days with casual gameplay. Yeah, there are little hidden things and achievements to get, but it's not fun enough for me to spend that much time playing it. The combat system is cool. It's kind of like a stylized Oblivion combat system. Left trigger blocks, right trigger attacks, but you get options to do things like finishing blows such as a stab to keep an undead from getting back up of the ground. You also the ability to kick which opens up opportunities for kicking someone off a cliff to their death. The graphics are good, but not amazing, and the cutscenes are less than great, but decent. Definitely a rent. It's fun for about 1 playthrough. Beat it, then take it back.
No: I don’t recommend this product