|Genre: Adventure & RPG|
|Min OS X: 10.7|
|The Elder Scrolls Online - Review Part 1|
May 21, 2014 | Ted Bade
ESO is a game full of detail and with a lot of things to do. It will take a lot of time for a player to experience everything that is in this game. That’s the nice thing about well done MMORPGs. You can play them with multiple character types and alliances, each time getting a slightly different gaming experience. My early impression of ESO is that it is a well done game. The interface isn’t terribly difficult. There is a lot of detail in this world, a lot of things to learn, and many many things to keep one occupied. As a standard game, Elder Scrolls would be on the top of my list.
But now we must look at how well it fares as an MMORPG. Does it provide enough extra value to justify a monthly fee? In the next installment of this review, I will spend some time considering how well ESO provides the important features of an online game.
• Good interface
• Lots of interesting quests and things to do
• Huge world to explore
Cons:• Somewhat complicated leveling and combat systems
• This game requires a monthly fee to play