Xboxic reviews Oblivion, which was recently released for the Xbox 360, and they make it sound like the game to own.
When you start you need to create a character. You can customize literally everything, from obvious things like the character’s class (Warrior, Mage etc.) and race to less common things like face and birth sign. Especially the face customization sets the bar for the level of detail found throughout the whole game: we’re not just talking eye color here, but inner brow level, cheek width, hair length and angle of the eyes. To round it all off, your chosen age is realistically factored into the looks of the character.
For a score, they give The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion a nine out of ten. They single point off comes from the minor irritatations in the graphics and the lack of surprise attacks.