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Submitted by CaptainCamper 349d ago | opinion piece

Can The Elder Scrolls Online Maintain Its Unique Economy Or Will It Fall To The Masses?

The very nature of the gaming industry, with players expecting more innovative ideas in every new release, makes it unavoidable that certain titles will attempt to reinvent the norm. The Elder Scrolls Online is one such title but is it wise to trifle with such a vital part of the MMO foundations? (PC, PS4, The Elder Scrolls Online, Xbox One)

speedzz  +   349d ago
Reminds me of crafting and selling/buying in Ultima Online. Fun to stand in line as the blacksmith peddled his wares and services.

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