you guys make me feel bad, I need to get out of my house more!!! I put over 300 hours into daggerfall, close to 1200 hours on morrowind, and I don't even want to get into Oblivion... And those are just the game play hours, not including modding time and researching/testing out other peoples mods. I played more than 30 different games of morrowind (my third game I beat the main storyline in 1.5 hours on the XBOX, I stumbled into the bound weapon/stats cheat, which caused the game to crash when I beat the last guy with 2 hits... it was fun, I only did it once, and I kept playing for years afterwards) I still have Morrowind installed and actually played it in January for about 8 hours before I got sidetracked. I prefered Morrowind to Oblivion a lot, I spent more time modding and finding/researching/testng others mods than playing. I only ever closed two oblivion gates, although they kept opening up all over, I spent too much time running around doing side quests and trying to build up skills and reputation when I did play. Maybe that is why I liked Morrowind better, I felt less pushed to do the main storyline, and as such I just played and played and played.
There were games I played of Morrowind that I had over 100 saves for just the one game, I'd get to a point to make a choice and I'd save, make one choice, play another 20 hours or so, then go back to the previous save and make a different choice and play that way for a few hours to see if I prefered the results. Some people say that is "cheating" but it is what I liked most about the ES series, many choices you make change teh rest of the game, but you can save whenever you like, so you can always check out "what could have been".
I remember shortly after Morrowind came out (I had it on the XBOX for about 6 months before I got the PC version) I was not sleeping, I'd gotten the game, started playing, would stop to go to work, then come home and pick right back up again until I had to go back to work!
I am hopong for more mobile games from bethsoft, I think they would do well on Android, I guess the limiter would be the graphics and storage space, but this has improved greatly with the newer devices.
I normally wait on PC games and do not buy them until the first or second price drop (around the time the console versions go Platinum), it will be the same for TES V, unless they make a linux version, as I am no longer running windows on any of my machines, except in virtual machines.
LG Spectrum -- Rooted and running CM10.1 official M2 thanks to TDM (and too many others to list).
B&N Nook Tablet 16GB -- running CM10.1 with 10 finger multitouch