Morrowind was much more exciting and full of story, languages, difficulty and challenges. Oblivion was dumbed down for a reason I still don't understand. They even took out/ruined the small things like:
- dual wielding
- different weapon skills (Long blade, short blade, axe, blunt, spear, hand-to-hand, etc)
- they merged torso armour pieces (it used to be left shoulder, right shoulder, and torso)
- faction like/hate (your actions in Oblivion bared almost no consequence)
- housing (a home is for sale in every city in Oblivion? Oh no! In Morrowind you got faction housing!)
- conversation (what the hell is with that dodgy "wheel of friendship" thing?)
- races (race pros and cons were excessive in Morrowind, in Oblivion they mean nothing)
- settlements (in Morrowind there was loads, in Oblivion there is 7 with about 20 villages)
- map (Oblivion's is tiny)
- fast travel (Morrowind Taxi Service FTW)
- customized graphics (everybody looked inbred in Oblivion)
- large variety of enemies
- a decent in depth storyline
- big battles
- decent bandit attacks
- bandit settlements (that contained more than just one tent, with the exception of the massive one in the cave near Leyowiin)
As well as a load of other features which I was extremely disappointed about. So yes, a child who is different is not a fail, a child who can only understand the most basic functions is very much an intellectual fail.
Fixed my own ironic grammar fail.
Edited by Rusty, 13 January 2011 - 12:59 AM.