The Elder Scrolls IV Oblivion & Shivering Isles Microsoft Xbox 360 Game Bundle
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Demons are ravaging the world of Tamriel, and it is up to you so save it in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. You can try to restore the rightful ruler to the throne in this next-generation, first-person RPG. Choose from a variety of races and classes to create your own individual character. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion features over 1,000 non-player characters that eat, sleep, and complete their own objectives. You can explore an open-ended environment completing quests and eventually ridding the world of the marauding demons.
Shivering Isles is an expansion pack for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
In a new story arc, a portal opens in Niben Bay, Cyrodiil, leading to the torn realm of Sheogorath, the Daedric Prince of madness. In that realm exists an island that represents the madness of Sheogorath himself with its two sides Mania and Dementia. Each side is the exact duplicate of the other but with the difference that one side is pure depression and the other pure (but don't expect it being less deadlier) happiness - which also changes the look and behavior of the NPCs and monsters. But something is happening to the island and Sheogorath is looking for a champion to take care of it: you.
On the Shivering Isles you will find new many new dungeons, items, ingredients and spells which you can of course take back to Cyrodiil as well. Many new quests and questlines await the adventurer of which many rely on the different sides of the Shivering Isles. For instance, one quest requires you to kill an NPC but it is up to you if you kill the one on the Evil side or his exact counter-part on the Good side.
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