The Largest CRPG in the history of CRPGs has been finally released as a free download! Daggerfall is the third best CRPG in history, not because of its quality; but because of it's QUANTITY!
What makes Daggerfall the best? Daggerfall had the largest land area in any Virtual Reality game designed since Castle Wolfenstien; any CRPG that came after puts so much into quality that they haven't been able to quite . . . surpass . . . the sheer size of Daggerfall. Set in High Rock in the Elder Scrolls-verse, there were many little villages, towns, and big cities in Daggerfall; allowing you to explore all of High Rock. Whats more, Daggerfall is such a big place there is no guarantee that you'll see it all when you play it.
Daggerfall also is one of the last games to use to the Wolfenstein-Doom engine by Id Software (which has been acquired by Zenimax Media -- the parent company behind Besthesda Softworks). Being a 540 MB game, and with a land area of about the size of New York State, it is a prime example of what you can do with the Wolfenstein-engine.
So, what does this have to do with Morrowind and Oblivion? Actually, both games are small, puny places compared to Daggerfall. And there was more they were planning to do with Daggerfall. For instance, it was originally planned that the Main Characters can have sex with NPCs . . .
Daggerfall is the best CRPG available for free. It beats all of the other games that have come out. Including World of Warcraft and other MMORPGs. The shear size of the CRPG is overwhelming. Since then, Bethesda has released Morrowind and Oblivion. Of the two, I believe Morrowind has the best imagery, and Oblivion has a good storyline. Both are capable of expansion by fans due to a construction set.
In fact . . .
Anyhow, I enjoyed Daggerfall. In what other game do you get to play a werewolf? :) Okay, Morrowind, but that is only after you get the Bloodmoon expansion! :D