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The Elder Scrolls Online - PC/Mac

Platform : Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows XP, Mac
Rated: Mature
3.5 out of 5 stars 345 customer reviews
Metascore: 71 / 100

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  • After 20 years of best-selling, award-winning fantasy RPGs, the Elder Scrolls series goes online like no MMO before it.
  • A Connected Game World - Using ZeniMax Online's Megaserver technology you no longer need to choose a server, but instead play in one connected world.
  • Play the Way You Like - With an enhanced Elder Scrolls combat system, engage in real-time targeting and use any weapon at any time, no matter your class.
  • Your Quest to Save Tamriel - Discover the hidden secrets of Tamriel the way you want as you use the compass to explore at your own pace and save the world.
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The award-winning Elder Scrolls saga goes online! In The Elder Scrolls Online, experience one connected world and stay up-to-date with everything your friends are doing in one of the most socially enabled games ever. Whether you play alone or with your friends, the game’s innovative combat system allows you to focus on action and tactics, not the UI. Use any weapon at any time, no matter your class, and customize your abilities to play the way you want as you uncover the mysteries of Tamriel and seek heroic quests on your own terms. Explore the far reaches of Skyrim, the mysterious lands of Morrowind, the sprawling metropolis of Daggerfall and beyond. The choices you make, from the alliance you join to the battles you fight, will shape your destiny and the world of Tamriel.

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  • ASIN: B0081Q58AW
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 1 inches ; 4.8 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Release Date: April 4, 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (345 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #4,733 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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While hesitant, I finally bought this game 1 year after release. It has looked interesting to me since it was released, but the subscription mixed with negative initial reviews prevented me from purchasing it. Having said that, one month after purchase, I am LOVING this game more than any other MMORPG since the WoW and EQ2 release. Every day I play ESO, I'm loving it more (most new MMOs have the opposite effect on me). This is because it is so different than every other WoW-clone out there.

It's a perfect blend of Skyrim and an MMO, and I find that it leans more heavily towards Skyrim than a traditional MMO. When played safely & correctly, my L25 warrior can take down L40 regular monsters 1v1 (but not elites).

Here are the pros and cons of how it's different:

+ Listening & following the Quests are intriguing, especially the larger quests. They are not "Go kill X". If you listen (100% voice acted), you will see so much story and background behind every quest, every small town, and every NPC. It's incredible and feels like a single player Elder Scrolls story.

+ Exploration is meaningful and important. There are many cliffs, islands, group bosses, caves/dungeons, books, treasure chests, bookshelves, and skyshards (skill points) to explore. You get experience, new quests, gear, skill line increases, achievements (which unlock armor dyes), and more. While sharing some similarity to GW2's themepark style fog of war exploration, it is much more fulfilling.

+ PvP is open world in a humongous siege-warfare Castle v.s. Castle zone (which includes campaign questing in PvE also).

+ End game dungeons, zones, and questing that has character progression similar to Diablo 3's paradigm system.
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The Elder Scrolls Online received a lot of hate during it's launch, and that is understandable. But, this game has received so many updates and improvements within just the first few months. I have been playing the beta since December of 2013 and the game has improved in so many ways it's really hard to describe. Virtually all of the quest breaking bugs have been solved. The classes are getting numerous balancing tweaks. New content is being produced constantly. And the development team is replying to comments on social media, Reddit, and their own forums constantly.

This game is NOT "Skyrim Online". The game had to be seriously tweaked to deliver a "Elder scrolls" experience but still be an MMO. If you wanted to you could play this game completely single player, with the exception of group oriented content such as group dungeons, trials or PVP. But, the single player content is so well done. Honestly I think the quests are the best part of this game and I think they deliver a better experience than that past games in term of the dept that they go into the lore and background of this series. I started with Morrowind and played ever TES game since.

I have A LOT of hope for this game. I've put in over 300+ hours into it so far and I enjoy every second of it. If you're a TES fan I suggest you at least try it out. If you're looking for a new MMO to play then again, just try it. You might enjoy what you find.
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Let me first start this review by saying that I am a huge fan of past Elder Scrolls games - Oblivion being one of my most played games of all time. That being said, I have found Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) to barely resemble the games that I have loved so much in the past. I was ready to accept ESO as its own entity, even in the event that it diverged from the tried and true Elder Scrolls formula, but I feel that ESO does not have enough merit on its own to be worth the price. Yet.

I'm going to attempt to rate the main components of the game, please understand that this is just my opinion as someone who has played the game. I played the game for a solid week at least and made 4 characters during that time - at least one in each of the starting alliances, just to try a little bit of everything the game had to offer. I understood beforehand that this comes with a 15$ monthly subscription fee and I am 100% alright with that.

To list a few recent-ish MMOs that I've played for backstory - Star Wars galaxies, Star Wars: The old republic, Guild Wars, Guildwars 2, Tera, Rift, Lord of the rings online, Final Fantasy: A realm reborn, The secret World.. Etc.

One quick note before we get started - I did NOT experience any lag or login issues whatsoever in my entire time playing the game.

The UI (User Interface) - 3 out of 5 stars

The UI in ESO is similar to the typical UI in past Elder scrolls games such as Skyrim and will be familiar to anyone who has played those games, but somehow it feels.. Lesser. Like something is missing. It's a difficult thing to explain, but from reading other reviews I see that many others feel the same way that I do. I would suggest watching a few reviews on youtube if you're on the fence about this.
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The game comes with 4 DVD discs. After the registration through the Zenimax website, which takes a short while because the server is slow, the game installs. After the disc installation, you see a screen indicating there is online updating occurring. I have good old DSL topping out at 118K. The first update is 2.5 GB. There are a series of small 30 to 40 MB updates. Another larger update is 4.3 GB. Then there are additional small updates. There there is a 3 GB update. During this updating, the "percentage remaining indicator" keeps incrementing slowly upwards, from 3% to 65% let's say. After one of the larger updates, the indicator resets to 20% or so. Well, that was odd. Except after that larger update, another larger update appears -- another 3.3 GB or so. After 4 days and perhaps 30 GBs of updating, the game display actually says "Play". I decided to register for subscription, which was a bit difficult because the Zenimax website would reset due to traffic, perhaps, or poor web design. The Visa option didn't display any text on Firefox, so I had to log on through IE. Finally signed in, I activated the play feature and was informed the North American server was down. I come back the next day and.... the game is updating again. I thought it was a 4 GB update, but after that update, there was another 4 GB update. So it's been about 3 days into the subscription, and a week after purchasing the product, and it effectively is not a working device, because it is constantly being repaired. I presume that I will get access in a day or so, and it will begin another update a few days or hours afterwards. Imagine purchasing a vacuum cleaner and having to wait days to "update" its function in this manner before being able to use it.Read more ›
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