Don't get me wrong, I still liked the game. However, there were times where I wanted to put down the controller either from boredom or glitches. The game's quests were generic and usually all "kill this dude" quests. Oblivion had way more original and interesting quests.
Still playing Bastion, seriously among the best games I've ever played. It's just so amazing. I'm also still playing some Modern Warfare 2 multiplayer, attempting to unlock the AK-47. Got the SCAR-H completely mastered. And tomorrow pretty much everything else will halt and I'll be starting Dark Souls.
Well... if Oblivion is way, WAY better than Skyrim, that means I made the wrong choice when I wanted the "best" Elder Scrolls game. I should research better the games I buy =/
Well, Skyrim is a really good game as long as it doesn't freeze every 10 minutes. I had no problems with bugs or glitches, but quite a few people literally couldn't play it because of them.
I prefer Oblivion, though. It's much more inviting, the quests are more interesting and much less monotonous, and unlike Skyrim you don't get bored very often. Plus, it plays better -- rarely has low frame rates, while Skyrim is almost constantly laggy.
Oblivion also had a lot more quests that took place inside the towns and varied much more, while Skyrim was usually just the same old, boring quests (go to the cave, kill the target/obtain the item, return to the man).
Dark Souls. Beat the Taurus Demon and now I'm stuck again at Undead Parish. Reminds me of when I played Demon's Souls for the first time. Total confusion and frustration, even though I've watched a full playthrough of it. I'm sure I'll come to love it like I did the original.
Risen 2: Dark Waters for PC. First real PC game I've tried, sure I've played RCT2 and some of the other sim games, such as Sim City, The Sims 3 and Zoo Tycoon 1 & 2. But I wanted to try something that would test my PC's graphics and I found it. It's a great game and I'm really enjoying it so far.