Best Games Of All Time.

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The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2006 Video Game)
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After being freed by the Emperor of Tamriel, the hero must prevent the gates of Oblivion from spreading throughout the Empire.
“ This is my favorite game of all time. The story, the characters, the graphics. I mean everything about this game is amazing. ” - ohhDirect
 
2.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (2002 Video Game)
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On the island of Vvardenfell, the native 'Dunmer' maintain an uneasy relationship with each other, and with the ruling Empire...
Director: Todd Howard
“ This is the second best of them all. ” - ohhDirect
 
3.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011 Video Game)
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After escaping execution, the last living Dragonborn must grow in strength and power to defeat the dragons that have once again begun to plague the land of Skyrim.
Director: Todd Howard
“ This game is awesome but not my favorite. I love the graphics, the elements and the wilderness but the story isn't great and you dont feel attached to any characters. ” - ohhDirect
 
4.
Resident Evil 4 (2005 Video Game)
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Leon S. Kennedy, now a federal agent, is hired to rescue the president's daughter from a sinister cult.
“ This is also one of the best. ” - ohhDirect
 
5.
Tony Hawk's Underground (2003 Video Game)
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You and your friend Eric Sparrow are local skaters in New Jersey, discovered by professional skater Chad Muska...
“ I played this on Xbox and it was amazing. The best of the series. ” - ohhDirect
 
6.
Skate. (2007 Video Game)
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“ This really hit it off for skateboarding video games. ” - ohhDirect
 
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Fallout 3 (2008 Video Game)
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Centuries following nuclear war, a teen leaves the safety of an underground vault in order to find their father, who left in hopes of creating a water purifier.
Director: Todd Howard