Oblivion Cheats Xbox 360
There are lots of useful tricks on this list of Oblivion cheats for Xbox 360. "The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion" is a 2006 role-playing game (RPG) published by Bethesda Softworks and 2K Games. "Oblivion", as the game is often referred to as by gamers, has won numerous, prestigious awards throughout its tenure. Joining in on the "Elder Scrolls" bandwagon is fun, but do you have those oh-so-handy "Oblivion" cheats?
- Hold this, Shadowmare. Your horse can hold extra items for you in "Oblivion"! After completing the Dark Brotherhood quest-line (or getting sufficiently along so as to acquire Shadowmare) you will get a brand new, free horse. Simply attack Shadowmere (don't worry, he/she doesn't fight back) and knock it out. The horse will fall down, but won't die. From there 'loot' the horse and put your things inside it. Shadowmere will wake up and be back to normal in a few seconds. Lucky for you, this beast of burden also has no item weight limit in "Oblivion".
- Thanks dracula! The count of Skingrad can be your ticket to unlimited money. After finishing the 'Cure for Vampirism' quest, hit up Count Janus Hassildor for your reward. Regardless of whether or not you used the cure, he will reward you. You can keep asking him for money and he will oblige, every time.
- Duplication (normal items). You can duplicate weapons, armor, and other items simply by first engaging in an attack. It doesn't matter if there are no enemies around, just swing your sword/stretch your bow. Before the animation is over, go to your menu and drop the items you want duplicated. The game will not compute this and still assume you have your old equipment on. Pick up the item and go!
- Duplication (bound-Daedric items). "Oblivion" contains a glitch relating to bound items that many users take advantage of. First off, equip some bound armor on your character ('bound armor', basically, is a type of temporary armor of Daedric quality, albeit weightless and cast via a magic spell). Once your bound weapon/armor is equipped, drop it and wait for the spell to end. Pick up the bound armor after the spell is over; picking up the weapon/armor prior to the spell ending will result in the equipment being removed once the spell ends (as usual). Congrats! You now have weightless, semi-Daedric armor (it is semi-Daedric because some bound armor is 'light' and therefore not as strong).
- Increase disposition. When talking to NPCs, the max disposition you can reach sometimes doesn't help you enough. That being said, closing the conversation, drawing a weapon, and then talking to the NPC will allow for ten extra points. It might help with all those difficult people in "Oblivion".
There are quite a number of small "Oblivion" cheats for the Xbox 360 here and there, but Bethesda is constantly coming out with new patches to rid gamers of these little advantages. Yet, no matter how hard Bethesda Softworks and 2K try, there will always be "Oblivion" cheats they won't notice and that we will always take advantage of.