Oh, Morrowind. A game where you'll spend countless hours walking through the sprawling foyadas and dreary caves of Vvardenfell. Unlike it's successors, Oblivion and Skyrim, where they bring many of us to worlds that are familiar to us, Morrowind doesn't do that. Instead it brings you to a world unlike any other, the homeland of the Dunmer. From it's lush greens to the west, swampy marshes in the south and east, and deserted and diseased ashlands to the north. The questlines will take you all the way across the massive island, and no doubt will you be spending hours of your time just gazing at the beauty of Morrowind's aesthetics. Granted, it's a game from 2002 and without a doubt the graphics are dated. But with a few mods it will go a long way, and even with Morrowind unmodded, it is still a great game.
As for controls and gameplay, they are by far the clunkiest out of the TES series, and Oblivion shares this characteristic as well. The combat is 'hit by chance' and can get awfully annoying when you die five times to a mudcrab or a cliff racer. The protagonist walks and especially runs awfully slow at the beginning of the game, even with just clothing. My favorite thing, however, is the spells. Something that Skyrim definitely does not have and Oblivion could've been better with was spells and spell making. In Morrowind there is a MASSIVE plethora of spells you can use to create your very own spells, i.e. a spell I made called the Potato-Motato whereas it not only burns an enemy, but paralyzes and poisons it (Needless to say, it's pretty awesome, name aside.).
Although the music is great, the sound effects are... okay. The voice actors seemed to had sounded very bored and that they were just reading their scripts instead of sounding like they're actually their character. The sound effects are pretty much stock sounds you'd find from any game creator program. The stepping noise is awfully annoying and loud, even on lowered volume.
TL;DR It is a great game, and if you are a fan of Oblivion, Skyrim, or both, you NEED to try this game out.