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Submitted by liban-ali 780d ago | opinion piece

The Elder Scrolls Online: The Next Generation Of MMO's

There have been few games of late that have grasped the attention of so many gamers from all kinds of gaming backgrounds like the up-coming Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game from Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls Online. (PC, The Elder Scrolls Online)

Kamikaze135  +   781d ago
Just like SWTOR? I'll wait till I get my hands on it before getting hyped.
NukaCola  +   780d ago
Not really into MMOs but it does look really good. Takes a lot from the series as a whole but starts fresh in a new time period to create a good story, so in the end I can support that.
Mainsqueeze  +   780d ago
Yeah they are talking about doing a ton of things that are pretty different from other mmos. Its just a matter of them doing those things successfully and ultimately if those things combine to make a fun long lasting experience.
Kamikaze135  +   780d ago
I hope so. I enjoy MMORPG games, but I get a bit tired of hearing every developer telling us how different their MMO will be, but it ends up being like every MMO. I blame the publishers and higher ups, forcing developers to keep their MMO streamlined, but still...
Grap  +   780d ago
GW2 is already next gen mmo, not just in term of graphics.
fluffydelusions  +   780d ago
My main issue with gw2 (personally) is lack of trinity. I know it's meant to be that way but I think it makes events and dungeons a complete zerg fest and just not enjoyable IMO. Got my warrior to max lvl and quit.
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Mainsqueeze  +   780d ago
I just kind of got bored with GW2. Stopped at 75 with a guardian. I didn't like the dungeon structure and the lack of end game.
DudeJets  +   780d ago
GW2 Was hardly next gen its terrible loads of empty promises it held my attention for less than 2 weeks
listenkids  +   780d ago
They'll try hard to say its new, but it's the same old MMO formula. The name alone will sell it though.
SP3333D-O  +   780d ago
I prefer the Massive Singleplayer Offline variety.

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