A vast world to explore where an outlander is part of a prophecy in which the game adapts to the player’s style playing giving him a vast list of possibilities where he can be part of several factions having a guild ranks according to the recommended skills that the player has.
I found the evolution system and the various reactions of the NPCs depending on the persuasion they have towards the player quite interesting. The two expansions that the game offers I really liked the Bloodmoon where I played a werewolf.
BUT for those who have never played the game (like me) and do not know the world, the navigability can become confusing because they do not know the world. I don’t know if in the previous titles it’s in the same map or not.
Unfortunately there is no voice in the interaction with NPC. For those who do not like to read (which is not my case) there will have a bad timing. There is a vast library in-game where the books can have more than 20 pages to read.
The game’s side quests can become repetitive after some time. As in other Bethesda Softworks games, there are some crashes in the game, which is why I suggest save frequently. Despite being my first game of the genre, I loved the experience and ready for the next title.