Talk:The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

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The reception needs to be rewritten... at least the cons section as alot is comes off as personal opinion despite there being a number of real reviewers with actual cons. Stabby Joe (talk)

Merge from Development history of The Elder Scrolls series[edit]

A merge discussion at Development history of The Elder Scrolls series was closed as merging the information there into the relevant sub articles. This is a good article, potentially featured, so I am loath to merge in anything that could damage that rating (even though the other article is of Good quality). From what I can gather there is not much new at that article anyway. If anyone is interested they can find the pre-merge version here. AIRcorn (talk) 07:02, 5 February 2013 (UTC)

Info. Box: Missing Producer? (Todd Howard)[edit]

TES IV: Oblivion's in-game credits show Todd Howard as Executive Producer and Ashley Cheng as Senior Producer, in that order. The info. panel in the article shows only one producer, Ashley Cheng. If only one of the producers can be shown in the box, shouldn't it be the more senior person who is listed earliest in the in-game credits?

I looked at some of the article's history, and it appears that, on 12 March, 2014, Howard was listed in the box as a Designer (which is inaccurate according to the game's credits) and in the next historical version, on 16 March, 2014, he was removed from the list of Designers and a Producer field was added, but his name was not added to it.

I did not make an edit because I don't know if this is an oversight or if it was intended.

I own the game and can provide a screen image of that portion of the credits if necessary. A text version is also available online at:, but as the site's name implies, it is not an "official" source.

Eodril (talk) 13:31, 9 January 2015 (UTC)