But everything in this game is weighed against it. Melee always has trouble in MMO’s, but ESO in particular seems fond of stomping on anyone that wants to fight up close. In PvE, the AoE effects in group content are the main deterrent. Why play melee when you can use a staff, stay at a… Continue reading Melee always has trouble in MMO’s, but ESO in particular seems fond of fighting up close
ESO works very hard to combine the push medium of stand alone games with the pull medium of player driven narrative online games. And it works if you enjoy being the silent protagonist whose actions serve to turn the page of an already written story. Where it breaks down for me is that no game… Continue reading Is Elder Scrolls Online Itself Able to Pull This Off?
While The Elder Scrolls VI is not coming anytime soon, fans of the series may be happy to learn that Bethesda continues to update The Elder Scrolls Online. The game’s latest update, the eleventh one, is called Shadows of the Hist, and it includes two new Argonian-themed dungeons, a style parlor, costume dyeing, and lots… Continue reading Major New Elder Scrolls Online Update Detailed
I get why the veteran armour has been improved in terms of its aesthetic appeal but was there really any need to make lower level armour appear rusty and faded? Would a Great House reward one of its heroes with something that looked as if it had spent a number of years rotting in the… Continue reading Pointless ‘nerf’ to low level armour appearance in Elder Scrolls Online