The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Pro Reviews

Average Review Score: 9.2/10

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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Reviews

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Thunderbolt 10/10 Jun 09 '03
Game Over 92% Aug 12 '02
Game Revolution A- Jul 02 '02
Gamer's Pulse 83/100 Jul 02 '02
GameSpot 8.5/10 Jun 12 '02
Gamespy 85/100 Jul 04 '02
GDXbox 5/5 Jul 08 '02
IGN Xbox 9.4/10 Jun 17 '02
Media & Games Online 8.7/10 Jul 03 '02
netjak 92% Jul 22 '02
Solinari Gaming 9.0 Jul 16 '02
The Armchair Empire 10/10 Jul 06 '02
Xbox Addict 100% Oct 13 '03
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The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind Previews

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GameSpot Jun 07 '02
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Editorial Articles
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Game Over on Aug 12 '02

"Even with the pending release of Bioware titles on the Xbox, I see very few titles that are going to approach the scope, grandeur and majesty that this one is able to exude so naturally. It has all..."

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Game Revolution on Jul 08 '02

"Morrowind is all about your personal experience with it, and although there are some small problems, it's the biggest, deepest, most detailed RPG yet created for the consoles, and for that reason..."

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Gamer's Pulse on Jul 04 '02

"Due to its slow pace, Morrowind is not a game that will be fully appreciated by every type of RPG gamer, but even so, this game has plenty to offer most RPG fans, and there is nearly unlimited..."

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GameSpot on Jun 25 '01

"You can't play the game online, and it's anchored by a heavy narrative. But despite these old-school ties, Morrowind also promises the freedom and variety you'd expect from the latest online..."

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GameSpot on Mar 19 '02

"...we're excited about Morrowind not because it might just set a new high-water mark for open-ended role-playing gaming, but because it's shaping up to be a truly remarkable game in its own right."

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