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  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (2006)


    Innovation, change, creativity. Things that are missing in general in the gaming world today, dominated by games of World War II, the current war, in short. One was that a few years, made great classics like Lord of the Realms, Medieval Total War, Stronghold, various RPG's like Diablo, Baldur's Gate, among others. All of them, as you can see, is set in Medieval Times, can be fantasies among other things, but all occur in the medieval era. Later comes a game that would stand out even in the third episode of the series - The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - was very innovative.
    But some years passed before then Bethesda (the developer of the Elder Scrolls series), announce the fourth installment of the series, accompanied by screenshots of mouth-watering. In 2006, finally, the game comes out, and here we will talk about a great series super innovative RPG, a lot was already explored in the games, but a bit forgotten today.

    Minimum
    Processor: Pentium IV 2 GHz or Athlon equivalent
    Processor speed: 2 GHz
    RAM: 512 MB
    Video: 128 MB
    Direct3D: Yes
    DirectX Version: 9.0c
    Operating Systems: Windows XP
    Space: 4.6 GB free disk


    Recommended Requirements
    Processor: Pentium IV 3 GHz or Athlon equivalent
    Processor speed: 3 GHz
    RAM: 1 GB
    Direct3D: Yes
    Rasterization: Yes
    DirectX Version: 9.0c
    Other: Recommended video card ATI X800, Nvidia GeForce 6800 or better.

    -Unpack the RAR -
    -Install
    -ENJOY -

    Pass: r21

    Code:
    http://ugotfile.com/file/461706/The.....rar?rid=32209
    http://ugotfile.com/file/461730/The.....rar?rid=32209
    http://ugotfile.com/file/461705/The.....rar?rid=32209
    http://ugotfile.com/file/461718/The.....rar?rid=32209
    http://ugotfile.com/file/461716/The.....rar?rid=32209

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