The leveled enemies and loot is quite a problem to some, and not so much to those who don't dive into the game as hard.
A few notes to those who have 'tweaked' their game files.
You can get to a point where you can jump in and out of certain cities. The only thing is, it isn't fully rendered. It is low-res replacements.
The buildings don't touch the ground, the grass outside disappears and you are walking on invisible land. Bruma is a good city to get both in and
out using a roof of a building and the wall. The area of the wall where soldiers would patrol is solid on all the ones I have tried.
You can create fortify spells to accomplish this without doing the 'cheat' to get it that high. At Bruma, if you go to the gate after jumping to
the outside, you will exit to the rendered outside, not go in. So if you can't get back in by jumping (have to jump from the chimney) you can exit
the low-res world.
This is possible by getting Acrobatics to 255 (max, then it wraps around to a negative number and a quickly to 5, where you have to level it back up
Acrobatics and Athletics are the only two skills that benefit from over 100, and you run really fast and jump quite high with it
Using the glitch above (I can explain more if someone wants, it works on BOTH 360 and PS3 versions), you can get your level quite high ... I believe
above 200, but I haven't played in a while. Your health will be in the thousands.
The only problem is, some enemies health also increases with your level it seems. Try fighting a Minotaur or an enemy that regenerates health with
the difficulty slider far right and you will see that it is quite a pain to defeat it. I suppose a challenge if you wish to look at it this way.
Unless you are just fooling around, there is no point getting about around level 30-35. All leveled items, (including some of them quest items) will
have reached their max by this point.
The spells are generic.
Not perfect, but, it is good enough that many people have spent hundreds, if not thousands of hours on files if you browse the various gaming message
But the same can be said for Morrowind
Graphics are not everything ... I prefer King's Field II on the Playstation over Oblivion or Morrowind. A lot may find it boring, but it was quite
innovative for its time. King's Field I is rather good too, though I played KFII first, and KFI years later, so KFII has my heart I suppose for the