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This enhanced re-release of 2002's The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind features content catered to both familiar players of the role-playing series and those who missed out on the game during its initial run. For previous owners of the title, this Game of the Year version offers the full content found in both PC expansion packs, Tribunal and Bloodmoon. In addition, players can use existing characters saved to the Xbox hard drive in the two scenarios, both of which expand the world of Morrowind to include new locales, monsters, and equipment. Players will encounter goblins, bears, wolves, lich lords, spriggans, frost trolls, and more while exploring caves, forests, dungeons, and other new settings.
Tribunal lets players journey to the capital city of Mournhold and beyond, while Bloodmoon takes place in the arctic isle of Solstheim and allows players to become werewolves or to fight against them. Those who skipped Morrowind when it was first released should note the original game has been included in its entirety along with a few interface improvements. Players of both expansion games can expect an estimated 40 to 80 additional hours of gameplay depending on the number of side-quests undertaken, with the complete Morrowind experience offering well over 100 hours of open-ended play. The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind — Game of the Year is a standalone purchase and does not require ownership of 2002's version. ~ Scott Alan Marriott, All Game Guide