The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion Game of the Year Edition Deluxe

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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion® Game of the Year Edition presents one of the best RPGs of all time like never before. Step inside the most richly detailed and vibrant game-world ever created. With a powerful combination of freeform gameplay and unprecedented graphics, you can unravel the main quest at your own pace or explore the vast world and find your own challenges.

Also included in the Game of the Year edition are Knights of the Nine and the Shivering Isles expansion, adding new and unique quests and content to the already massive world of Oblivion. See why critics called Oblivion the Best Game of 2006.

Key Features:

  • Live Another Life in Another World

    Create and play any character you can imagine, from the noble warrior to the sinister assassin to the wizened sorcerer.

  • First Person Melee and Magic

    An all-new combat and magic system brings first person role-playing to a new level of intensity where you feel every blow.

  • Radiant AI

    This groundbreaking AI system gives Oblivion's characters full 24/7 schedules and the ability to make their own choices based on the world around them. Non-player characters eat, sleep, and complete goals all on their own.

  • New Lands to Explore

    In the Shivering Isles expansion, see a world created in Sheogorath's own image, one divided between Mania and Dementia and unlike anything you've experienced in Oblivion.

  • Challenging new foes

    Battle the denizens of Shivering Isles, a land filled with hideous insects, Flesh Atronachs, skeletal Shambles, amphibious Grummites, and many more.

  • Begin a New Faction

    The Knights of the Nine have long been disbanded. Reclaim their former glory as you traverse the far reaches of Cyrodill across an epic quest line.

This English-only Deluxe version includes the following Downloadable Content (DLC)

  • Fighter's Stronghold Expansion

    Live the life of a noble warrior in this expansive castle with private quarters, grand dining hall, and a wine cellar.

  • Knights of the Nine Quest

    Vanquish the evil that has been released upon the land. New dungeons, characters, quests, and mysteries await.

  • Spell Tome Treasures

    Get these books and find low and high-level spells, as well as new powerful spells with multiple effects added.

  • Vile Lair

    An underwater multilevel hideout for evil players to find refuge, providing your character with safe haven.

  • Mehrune's Razor

    Conquer one of the deepest and most challenging dungeons in all of Cyrodiil to claim this fearsome weapon.

  • The Thieves Den

    Uncover a famous pirate's lost ship and claim it for your own. Designed for stealth-based characters.

  • Wizard's Tower

    In the frozen mountains of Cyrodiil stands Frostcrag Spire, a tower of wonders for your magic-oriented character.

  • Orrery

    Harness the power of the stars. Rebuild the Orrery to unlock the secrets of this Mages Guild Inner Sanctum.

  • Horse Armor Pack

    Tamriel is a dangerous place. Protect your horse from danger with this beautiful handcrafted armor.

Customer reviews


One of the best RPGs there is

The1337N00Bx | July 21, 2015 | See all The1337N00Bx's reviews »

I played this game when it first came out and was the only game I played for probably a month afterwards. Insanely addicting and fun, great story, huge open world to explore, and hundreds of hours of side quests to explore. Of all the Elder Scrolls games, this is the one I poured the most time into. Graphics aren't great, but for a game of its age, that's to be expected. Any RPG fan needs to play this game.


The middle child of the modern Elder Scrolls.

Shodex | June 24, 2015 | See all Shodex's reviews »

The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind was a very harsh and alien game, it was an old school CRPG meant for old school CRPG players. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was, by contrast, a very streamlined game. It was much more balanced than it's predecessor, and much more easily accessible for any type of gamer. Well, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is the transitioning point. Often seen now through rose coloured glasses, Elder Scrolls fans were very split on Oblivion. Honestly can you blame us? We were used to the complicated and challenging nature of Morrowind, the unique and varied landscapes. Then Oblivion takes away all of that challenge, and all of the landscapes look like the same forest and meadow. So does that make Oblivion not worth playing? No, because despite the bold steps it took to make The Elder Scrolls more easily acceptable. There is still a great game lying beneath. It's just brought down by some new ideas that would later be refined in Skyrim. On the surface, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is a much simpler game than Morrowind. The combat is easier, there are less skills and items, NPCs have less dialogue. But what you get still ends up being a grand adventure, with a level of freedom few games have ever come close to replicating. I would recommend, for anyone looking to get more of a challenge out of this game, try playing with the Oscuro's Oblivion Overhaul mod. It removes the level scaling in favour of Morrowind style enemies and loot. The mod was so well made that Obsidian hired him to work on Fallout: New Vegas. That is really Oblivion's saving grace, with the magic of mods you can make it the game you want. Whatever that game may be.


A good time all around with a few caveats

testygamer | June 6, 2015 | See all testygamer's reviews »

Do I recommend Oblivion to you? Yes. Of course there are some things to keep in mind. First let me just say some really great things about this game. Overall I do think this game stands its ground even with the release of Skyrim. This game has some really memorable side quests (some of which leave you in awe). You could absolutely lose yourself in the many side quests Oblivion has to offer. I will give you an example of one of my favorite side quests(I won't spoil anything). You are given the task of finding a young girl and you are told that she was heading to a certain town. When you get to this town you find that everyone there is very distant and the town itself is rather empty. If you ask about the girl, people get very annoyed and even tell you to stop talking nonsense and to leave if you didn't want trouble... This made me very suspicious because when I went into the local tavern and into one of the rooms I rented out for the night you find an item that belongs to this girl. So now you know she has been here and ....I'll let you figure out the crazy things that ensue afterwards. The shivering isles dlc is a great add on and it seriously adds many hours to the game. It is however very difficult at times(at least for me). The beauty of pc games is that you can just type the good old (tgm-toggle god mode) and go through a level if you really wish to ( I do recommend trying to actually beat the missions manually). Negative: One of the biggest negatives is the fact that enemies scale to your level. Yes that may sound counter intuitive but it really is a draw. As you level up the oblivion gates become really difficult. And if you go high enough they can become downright unfair. It is definitely wise to go through as many of the gates you can at a lower level so that you can have an easier time with them. However, if you know this ahead of time I can't see this being too much of an issue. I would absolutely get this game if I were you. It isn't as pretty as skyrim but it definitely is worth playing. P.S The dark brotherhood missions in this game are way better than the ones in skyrim(I love the mission in the "mansion" esque cool)


It will make you forget to eat and sleep

akassassinn1 | April 23, 2015 | See all akassassinn1's reviews »

get ready to indulge in the biggest RPG you've ever played , and to make a huge deal of decisions along your journey in the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion . You're tasked to find the heir of the emperor of Cyrodil after a number of attacks from the Oblivion realm on the Empire start increasing threatening the existence of the world , a very good and well executed plot that makes the game enjoyable but you'll soon forget since the game has so much to offer and encourages you to stray of the path and look for more outside the main quest , many guilds to join and many tombs to raid and plunder, huge amount of rare loot to gain , and 10 distinct skills to master to increase your chances of surviving , the game offers many play styles to pick from magic , heavy and rogue like combat , you start the game by choosing your race and few skills that will determine how you play the game ahead , few issues in the game might be game breaking as it's absolutely huge , you'll encounter a lot of bugs so it's imperative to save the game as often as you can , and some fighting systems are under developed like the archery ( my favorite) ,which was saved by the ability to mod the game, huge collection of mods that will change and shift you experience entirely and add even more quests and whole campaign lines to your game . there are 4 main factions as well as 9 or more side factions with a load of stuff for you to do , if you were a hardcore RPG gamer or just a casual player ,you'll find something to do here, an absolute must play classic .


Hundreds of hours of fun

LSD | Dec. 20, 2014 | See all LSD's reviews »

Oblivion was the first RPG game i played, and i absolutely loved it. If you've played a Bethesda game before, you'll know exactly what to expect -- and when i say "exactly", i mean "precisely", because every game since Oblivion has been more-or-less a copy & paste experience. If you haven't, though, then Oblivion is the perfect place to start. The graphics are fantastic, if a little dated (and severely over-saturated), and the gameplay is 100% the same as the recent Bethesda titles, which means there's no need to be put off by the fact the game is over 8 years old. The game is essentially a huge open world comprised of 9 large cities and hundreds of individual settlements, dungeons, ruins and forts; and to go with those hundreds of locations are dozens upon dozens of quests -- some of them intricate questlines, others short side-missions. The world is interesting and varied, the characters are numerous and life-like, the quests are all good fun, the story is fantastic... ...sadly, however, the the level system is severely flawed. The level system is just awful, forcing you to min-max to avoid being hampered, as the game levels all foes up with the player, while also forgoing the use of experience -- instead granting level progress based on your usage of skills. The flaw with this is that if the skill-ups you received weren't combat-related, you can't level up combat-attributes, meaning you'll be facing levelled up foes with stats that might not be able to match their abilities. It's still a fantastic game, but the level system really drags it down.