Metascore
80

Generally favorable reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 15 out of 16
  2. Negative: 0 out of 16
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  1. The way Tribunal is integrated into the main Morrowind game is smooth and fascinating.
  2. The game does open up new areas of the island, and does challenge players. It is graphically strong, and a welcomed addition to the Morrowind realm.
  3. 86
    Morrowind may have had enough content to make an expansion pretty redundant, but the tighter focus of the expansion helps create an intensity that wasn't as well sustained in the base game.
  4. Lovers of Morrowind will love Tribunal, and simply should not go without it. The improved journal alone is worth the price of admission.
  5. A reasonable expansion to a great game. Hardcore Morrowind fans will love the new content, but the stale old content should have been refreshed.
  6. Many of the things that made me love Morrowind so much are simply missing in Tribunal. For your dollar value, this expansion just doesn't add enough to what is already a massive, excellent game.
  7. 80
    The add-in combines a new and intriguing story with plenty of varied gameplay to steal forty or fifty more hours of your life.
  8. Computer Gaming World
    80
    It's somewhat strange that Tribunal, the first official expansion, is so confining. [Mar 2003, p.96]
  9. It's as seamless and clever as it could be in a title like this.
  10. 80
    It's ideal for those with high-level Morrowind characters.
  11. Computer Games Magazine
    80
    Pick it up if you're looking for another 20 plus hours of reality dissolving entertainment. [Feb 2003, p.68]
  12. 78
    Best suited for high-level characters that like to use every power at their disposal -- and that's where the expansion shines.
  13. netjak
    78
    Probably the best game expansion released in 2002. It offers more gameplay than many full-priced games.
  14. Generally speaking Tribunal is a great expansion pack. It fixes bugs, adds new places to explore, enhances the capabilities of the game, and is very well written and designed.
  15. When combined with the original game, Tribunal's features make an excellent role-playing game even better.
  16. If you go into it expecting a short but focused and enjoyable adventure, there is a good possibility you'll enjoy your visit to Mournhold.
User Score
8.3

Generally favorable reviews- based on 81 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 10
  2. Negative: 0 out of 10
  1. Nov 17, 2011
    7
    Hmmmm, let's consider the evidence. No levitation. A very weak and artificial storyline. A main setting mainly full of .......space. Some goodHmmmm, let's consider the evidence. No levitation. A very weak and artificial storyline. A main setting mainly full of .......space. Some good quests, some bad ones (the highly nihilistic Gaenor quest was my favourite) but really, this expansion offers nothing new to Morrowind except for a kind of proving ground for high level characters. Bland but just about worth installing. Full Review »
  2. Nov 22, 2015
    10
    Great addon. Great political story with intrigues and political groups. Graphics is much better and even better with mods. Unfortunately IGreat addon. Great political story with intrigues and political groups. Graphics is much better and even better with mods. Unfortunately I couldnt fix the low visibility range. I noticed the better KI of the fellows. After spending 200 hours in Morrowind I appreciated the lower duration of this addon (btw. it is just an addon, no full game ;) ) Full Review »
  3. Aug 2, 2014
    8
    I loved the original Morrowind and it's main storyline very dearly and one of the most interesting things about it was the entire TribunalI loved the original Morrowind and it's main storyline very dearly and one of the most interesting things about it was the entire Tribunal business with the false gods, but in the main game you could only see one of them - Vivec, so I was really happy to see Tribunal instead of trying to do something completely different, rather expanding on the original and continuing where it left off, located right in the Morrowind's capital Mournhold and focusing on the other false gods of the Tribunal - Almalexia and Sotha Sil. The locations were just the opposite compared to the original game, so instead of vast outside planes it's located in more interior based locations, new equipment, lots of new interesting quests (loved the one with the live theater). I know I'm in the minority with this opinion, but I enjoyed Tribunal much more than Bloodmoon. 8/10 Full Review »