- What: Elder Scrolls: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition
- Where: GamePlay
- Current Price: £12.98
- Elder Scrolls: Oblivion GOTY Edition Price Comparison
Personally, I believe Bethesda should be held responsible for countless hours of robbed time from gamers around the globe, spent gallivanting around their virtual fairy tales and wastelands. Between Oblivion and Fallout 3, I probably lost 100 hours of time I could of spent... I don't know, fishing, or learning to juggle. Elder Scrolls: Oblivion was already a massive game, not just in scale but in depth. Along with the sprawling realm of Middle-Earth, I mean Tamriel, Oblivion offered a staggering array of quests, side-adventures, collectibles, and so on and so forth. Now, with the Game of the Year edition, you can add to this with the Shivering Isles expansion, where you hop coasts to an Oblivion plane where a mad prince of madness (naturally) is in power. Knights of the Nine upped the ante, allowing you to set up a faction, go to war with a new foe, and finally uncover the secret behind the white-stoned ruins, dotted around everywhere.