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Oblivion PC patched

Bug fixes, mainly.

Bethesda's released its promised Oblivion patch, sorting out a number of bugs in the PC version of its critically acclaimed RPG.

Although an Xbox 360 patch isn't out yet (expect an "auto-update" soon, obviously), the PC one is quite slight, at just 1.6MB, and deals with obvious problems like infinite gold bugs and the ability to duplicate items.

It also sorts out some more serious things like problems with save-games (apparently down to using the Tab key during character name-creation), as well as keyboard, input device and other silly Windows problesm.

Full details on all the fixes can be found online at the Elder Scrolls website, and you can go ahead and download the patch from Eurofiles at your leisure.

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