The game ratings for each category and platform are displayed below. The score for a particular platform is the average of all categories. Games must have 5 votes before they are given a MobyScore.

Breakdown by Rating Category

The quality of the actors' performances in the game (including voice acting).
How smart (or dumb) you perceive the game's artificial intelligence to be
How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.)
The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines
Personal Slant
How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes
Sound / Music
The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition
Story / Presentation
The main creative ideas in the game and how well they're executed
Overall User Score (250 votes)3.8

Breakdown by Platform

Platform Votes Total
PlayStation 3 22 3.9
      Acting 3.6
      AI 3.5
      Gameplay 3.8
      Graphics 4.2
      Personal Slant 3.9
      Sound / Music 4.5
      Story / Presentation 3.8
Windows 165 3.8
      Acting 3.5
      AI 3.2
      Gameplay 3.8
      Graphics 4.4
      Personal Slant 3.8
      Sound / Music 4.2
      Story / Presentation 3.6
Xbox 360 63 4.0
      Acting 3.8
      AI 3.7
      Gameplay 4.0
      Graphics 4.3
      Personal Slant 4.1
      Sound / Music 4.2
      Story / Presentation 4.0

User Reviews

Medieval Fantasy Sims Windows Oleg Roschin (181737)
Envious doesn't even describe what I feel about this game... Windows Indra was here (20902)
Large but bland Windows James Glover (36)
While not as epic as Daggerfall, Oblivion improves upon Morrowind and is yet another ambitious and fun RPG from Bethesda. Windows Kaddy B. (791)
Clear your calendar... Xbox 360 John Marquart (3)
a small step forward, a large step backward Windows dorian grey (251)
Great game for the xbox 360... just don't "over" play it ( 6-10 hours are fine ... just don't go overboard) Xbox 360 Todd Bello (32)
Greatest game on the consoles Xbox 360 lord of daedra (66)
One of the most broken and monotonous RPG's of recent memory. Windows Jeffrey Graw (61)
A shining star, but why not a sun? Windows Zolansilverspear (560)