They would not because it is the sequal to Oblivion, and it is way to large for any type of portable system. Sorry:hump:.
No, it's not sequal, it's sequel, and it's not a sequel, it's a prequel! It came before Oblivion. All I have to say, is that it took me the longest time to find GOTY in the stores, and once I finally had it... it was on every shelve on every store.... everywhere!!! Morrowind is a nice mix of FPS and RPG, set on a Medieval-ish sort of era, on an alien looking world, and Magic... There's lot's of that! The graphics aren't the best, built for a midrange 2002 computer, but it's a fun game. If you have a good computer, then I'd suggest you get Oblivion, a sequel to Morrowind. Surely you've heard of it? If not look it up! It's a fantastic game(As was Morrowind.)
Hes right.:cry: And its not my fault I have severe brain damage.:sillyme: And that is why I forget everything and misspell(I think I did it again)everything.:fart:
P.S. I do have Oblivion. The game of the year edition! :adore:All Hail Oblivion GOTY!:adore:
Hey, did someone see where my cat went?
I like the Game of the year addition, it saved me the trouble of buying the disks seperate
Cep't you can get banned for that ;)
If I were you i would start out with Morrowind to ease yourself into the game, because Oblivion is a lot more in-depth and challenging and it helped me a lot to start with the Morrowind GOTY Edition.
heh, actually Oblivion is way easier than morrowind, i beat the Oblivion storyline at lvl 12, and it took a day. I beat the main Morrowind story at lvl 25, and it probably took a month or so (though i was busy at the time) but Morrowind really lets you get into the role, since you have to make allies and at the end of the story, it really feels like the entire island is on your side, while in Oblivion you still feel like an outsider, even after you beat the story.