Summary: This mmorpg has all that is expected from a online game. Hard enough to keep the experiences challenging, but not to hard to have to leave you relying on group play. It is updated often to enable lots of changes so you never get bored of the same old thing.
Summary: Unless you're an experienced MMO person, you don't stand a chance in the game. The interface is clumsy and there are no worthwhile instructions or help files. You are sent on missions and expected to fight above your weight class. Combat is repetitive and boring.
Summary: Elder scrolls goes way back to 1994. What before most of you were born. Released for PC DOS. What's that? DOS it's what everyone's computer is running in the back round of your pretty nice new desktop. Anyway, Well for a game to still be around this long it got to have something that everyone likes. If you don't like adventure or exploring then it's not for you. 19 games and add on. You can jump into the story at any point because each one has it's own starting point.
Summary: The game was fun and I spent quite some time on it during my free 30 days of play. It had it's glitches and problems, but they are slowly being fixed. However, while the game is fun, I don't think it is worth the initial purchase plus the $15 a month subscription. If ESO would switch to BtP it would be a nice game.