Skyrim is easily my favorite game . My brother owns it for the X-Box 360 and I play the crap out of it. I was actually worried about owning it for the 360 cause I knew that meant no mods, but I quickly realized that Skyrim was plenty awesome enough on it's own, it didn't need any mods. It also turned out to be a good thing we got it for the 360 because that version gets the DLC the fastest.
The Dark Brotherhood is my favorite guild in Skyrim too.
Even though I loved playing as an archer in Oblivion, and the bows in Skyrim are awesome, I actually haven't played as a true archer yet. The closest I've come to an archer is my current character who fights with a mixture of sword and shield/crossbow. I want to make one but I keep getting side tracked .
I haven't beaten Morrowind yet either, I haven't even beaten any of the guilds. I actually played it in it's day, I didn't go back to play it like I did Arena and Daggerfall. My brother owned it for the X-Box and I played it a lot (even though I barely accomplished anything lol). We got rid of the X-Box version but my brother has it on the computer now. When I beat Daggerfall I intend to try to beat it and all of it's factions.
P.S. There are several things about the game I really don't like and that made it really hard for me play it after playing the newer games. But my brother found several mods that fixed almost all of my problems with it.
P.P.S. I am going to update this after I beat it.
I've only played enough of Daggerfall to get out of the staring dungeon and travel to the first town, but I like it better than Arena so far.
Unfortunately, it surprise attacked me with nudity. I was messing around in my inventory and accidentally unequipped my armor only to discover that your character doesn't wear underwear .
P.S. I'll update this when I beat the game.
Oddly enough, I actually like Arena . Even though it's incredibly ancient and has pretty crappy controls, I actually sorta enjoyed playing through it. The controls for fighting were pretty bad (you had to hold down the attack button while swinging your mouse around) but they actually worked surprisingly well. And I got use to the controls really fast.
I've been playing The Elder Scrolls: Arena for a while, I was moving through it pretty fast but then I got stuck and had to train a lot (which was soooooo boring ). But I finally. freaking. beat it!!! Now I'm playing Daggerfall, which I like better so far.
P.S. I chose to play as a Dark Elf Spellsword in Arena even though they highly recommend a Nord Warrior, but I think I made the right decision. She was plenty capable of handling herself in a sword fight, but she could cast lots of useful spells to get me through the dungeons faster. I made a Dark Elf Spellsword in Daggerfall too, hopefully she'll be as good as my Arena one was.