Recommended games

If you loved The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion you might also enjoy some of the games listed below. This is a list of games that other readers recommend as having similar style, storyline, gameplay, and/or general "feel" to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.


Fable

Fable


Recommended by: ShadowJ
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Fable and Fable:LC were in fact the competition against Morrowind when released though the original Fable didn't put up much of a fight with only 12-15 hours of gameplay. Although you could choose to be good or evil, customise your guy and the leveling system used experience and actually affected your character's appearance, they still had to release Fable:LC which added 30% more extra gameplay. Compared to Oblivion, Fable is nothing but it is still a good play if you've Elder Scrolled yourself out and certainly help those that like themselves to be defined when good or evil
Fable: The Lost Chapters

Fable: The Lost Chapters

[Xbox]
Recommended by: ShadowJ
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Fable and Fable:LC were in fact the competition against Morrowind when released though the original Fable didn't put up much of a fight with only 12-15 hours of gameplay. Although you could choose to be good or evil, customise your guy and the leveling system used experience and actually affected your character's appearance, they still had to release Fable:LC which added 30% more extra gameplay. Compared to Oblivion, Fable is nothing but it is still a good play if you've Elder Scrolled yourself out and certainly help those that like themselves to be defined when good or evil
Thief: Deadly Shadows

Thief: Deadly Shadows

[Xbox]
Recommended by: ShadowJ
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Thief III is centred around a stealth character. So why is this similiar to Oblivion? Well simply because both games use similar kind of stealth and throuh a plug-in you can actually gain Thief III tools to use. If you enjoy being a thief within Oblivion and use The Thieves Arsenal mod then play Thief III
Fable II

Fable II


Recommended by: Kankuro
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These games are similar because, first and foremost, you can edit and develop your character and do nearly anything you want. You can accept quests, buy land, kill, and otherwise interact with your surroundings. In short, if you like RPGs, you'll probably like these two games that have to be in any RPG-liking Xbox 360 owner's collection.



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