I liked the game a lot, for the exploring and stuff. Even though every cave looks completely identical, it was somehow fun. The combat was clunky but I mostly just sneak shot enemies with a bow from a mile away.
LMAO at people thinking TES IV:Oblivion is better then TES V:Skyrim, I played both and after getting past the first dungeon and into the first city I was bored as crap of that game, years later a week before Skyrim came out I tried it again and got to the part where you find an important lost lost character. It was better the second time but still not "wow this game is epic" so I returned it and bought Skyrim.
I never got bored of Skyrim, it is the only TES game I can say is fun and worth getting full price at launch, Oblivion was better then Morrowind atleast though.
Some might claim Skyrim made the series for casuals but it beats the wall of text, lack luster gameplay, and "where the hell do I go ?!" of Morrowind.
"Always two there are, a master and an apprentice"
I played the vanilla version for a bit back when it released and moderately enjoyed it but I've only ever beaten it once. When the steam sale came around I decided to pick the the legendary edition for the DLC and now I have a computer that can run the game with 100 graphical mods and I'm actually quite enjoying it the second time around. Its almost a positive in this case that the story line and areas were so forgettable because now that I'm playing it again after all this time I hardy remember anything so its almost like a fresh playthrough.