Re: Elder Scrolls: OBLIVION
Neither can I. However, my friend has a WOW account with like, eight months left on it, and it's just sitting there. I've played it a few times, but I always get turned off by the fact that the stronger my character gets, the more its going to cost me financially. Also, I think being single-player, Oblivion will show how truly awesome it is. WOW, for example, is an MMO. But without the multiplayer environment, it would suck. Of course, this isnt a fair comparison, but i'll treat it as one anyways.
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