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Submitted by leonHurley 690d ago | preview

Why The Elder Scrolls Online on PS4 is an endless adventure that makes Skyrim look small OPM

OPM: If you’re going to spend over 150 hours staring at a character, they need to look amazing. Thankfully, character creation in The Elder Scrolls Online is a vast improvement on the creased fizzogs of Skyrim. We start our hands-on by trying to make a handsome Dark Elf – something of an impossibility in the previous Elder Scrolls games – and ESO’s mix of sliders and scales proves pleasingly simple. (PS4, The Elder Scrolls Online)

BallsEye  +   690d ago
on Ps4, XBox One and PC. Don't forget to pay that subscription...make it b2p!

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