Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls Online
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The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited
6 November 2015
Conclusion: I thought Fable the journey was bad but this is another game that should not have been put out. Not at least until they made it a lot more playable. If someone truly loves this game and plays it all the time. Feel free to add me and tell me where I am going wrong.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited Console Review
11 August 2015
Conclusion: Since its release, the game has seen numerous discounts already, making it an even better time to jump into it, whether you're a fan of Elder Scrolls, or simply wanted an MMO on your console without a monthly commitment, that you can freely jump back into at your own leisure.
Excerpt: Yeah, we know that the release of The Elder Scrolls Online was last month and perhaps for some this review may come a little late but we felt that a fledging MMO, even as ambitious as The Elder Scrolls Online, deserved a month or so to bed itself in before we gave our review.
Conclusion: Elder Scrolls Online is about as middle of the road as an MMO can get. It fails in some spectacular places for a multiplayer-based game, and in the same way I questioned what Zenimax was thinking when they announced it in the first place, I question just how long they’ll be able to hold out before...
Excerpt: Some might say The Elder Scrolls Online was doomed from the beginning. That despite all its promise and close ties to the monumental critical and commercial success that was Skyrim, it was fatally flawed before it even released.
Summary: So here it is, Bethesda Softworks's attempt at crafting the next big massively multiplayer online game. In an era when developers are taking their MMOs free-to-play or bringing their best to the MOBA genre, Zenimax has poured five years of manpower into crafting an authentic Elder Scrolls...
Summary: The Elder Scrolls Online from developer ZeniMax Online Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks is easily one of the most hyped massively multiplayer online role-playing games in some time, primarily due to the fact that it contains the same name and setting of a highly popular RPG series.
Summary: The Elder Scrolls saga is one that I have followed for many years. With their announcement (eons ago) of an MMO entry to the series, I knew that I would eventually have to accept the fact that the series may lose it’s developed story arcs and go down the route of other, already well established...
Summary: The Elder Scrolls Online is a game all about expectations. If you’re looking for Skyrim with co-op, you will be disappointed. If you’re looking for a great PvP experience set in Tamriel, you will be disappointed.