The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles for PC
PC - DLC, Windows

The Elder Scrolls IV: Shivering Isles

Mar 26, 2007

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This game requires the base game The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to play.

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Content Rating: Mature

Summary

The second full expansion pack to The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Shivering Isles allows players to explore The Isles of Mania and Dementia. Players will be able to reach the Shivering Isles through a door on an island that appears in Niben Bay near Bravil. The expansion will extend Oblivion's gameplay for another 30+ hours, and includes new quests, creatures, and dungeons. Among the new monsters are the Gatekeeper, a collection of bodyparts that have been stitched together, and the Knights of the Order, made up of tree roots.

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8 Reviews
7.98
Eric BratcherApr 02, 2007
Our point is made, right? Whether randomly exploring, grabbing side missions or working out the main quest, which involves saving the islands from being destroyed by a being called Jyggalag and his army of machine-like Knights of Order, this is just the shot of creative energy this game needs.
Greg MuellerMar 27, 2007
It will take you a good 20 hours to complete the major quest line, but there's plenty more to do afterward. With all the side quests to complete and territory to explore, you could easily spend 30 or 40 hours or more losing your mind in Shivering Isles, and you'll find that your time there is well spent. The quests, characters, and world in Shivering Isles are all as creative and intriguing as in the rest of the game. Oblivion was huge before, but now it's bigger and better than eve
Lesley SmithApr 25, 2007
The Shivering Isles is the perfect expansion; it gives you the chance to be good and become Sheogorath's Champion but also lets you be periodically evil, killing and torturing, you can even be the Oblivion version of Frankenstein and create you own monster. The land is as strange as its creator but beautiful in its own way. Indeed, Cyrodiil looks almost pedestrian in comparison.