Although the graphics lack in quality, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind is a great game. Morrowind is set in the world of Vvardenfall, with your character on a boat to Seyda Neen, the newbie town, where you choose things such as Race, Class, Symbol, and some more to finish the character. From there the story, unlike other games, let's you take your time. I spent a week doing my own thing, and that didn't affect the world at all, other than my level going up, and helping people. The story is extremely interesting, it is the first story in a game that I have played that keeps the story so much under wraps, until you progress, that it's not too predictable, but not too confusing. In addition to the fun, exciting storyline in this amazing game, there are guilds to join and progress in, including the Thieves Guild, the Fighters Guild, The Mages Guild, a group of spies, called the Blades (The story greatly reveals the cloud around this), and much much more. A minor detail to the game is the Graphics. But of course, the story and characters pull me in so much that the Graphics become such a small detail that eventually it becomes ignored. The gameplay is fun, and keeps you coming back for more. Although the world isn't the largest in a game world, the dungeons add a large abundancy to the size of the game. If you get tired of the main story or want to take a break, there are weeks-worth of side quests for doing, including pillaging a ruin, killing an outlaw, assassinating the leader of an opposing guild, or blowing the cover of a smugging group. Overall this game is overly immersive, and is just plain great.