Tiff from Leviathyn reviews The Elder Scrolls Online. Read on for her thoughts!
This is a horrible review. All that's required is to just read. ESO is horrible, so a 9/10 was intriguing enough to read what redeeming qualities this reviewer, Tiff, enjoyed. Sadly, there is no depth analysis in any points praising ESO. The glitches aren't even scrutinized in the reviewer's most damning sentence about them:"The game did unfortunately release with a pile of bugs included, which impacted quest progression and basic gameplay". Nothing else is written, negatively, about the glitches in this paragraph. The reviewer even attempts to glorify Zenimax for fixing glitches, that he never specifically mentions, in ESO:"Zenimax has been diligently working on fixes for them though, and one month after release the game is much improved. Zenimax has also been very open and transparent about their concerns and their plans for the future, which is a quality I really appreciate." That's the harshest this reviewer is about ESO, getting into no details about anything, including the bugs he encountered. Sadly, there's grammatical errors as well and I wouldn't have mentioned it if this review wasn't so heavily disheartening. Sorry Tiff. There's no analysis or shared experienced. This review reads as talking points from ESO's Public Relations, without actually playing ESO. "Overall, the Elder Scrolls Online is an amazing role-playing game. The world, lore, and characters are all so deeply rich and engaging that the world of Tamriel will keep you coming back for more. As an MMO, the Elder Scrolls Online manages to reinvent the wheel a bit when it comes to conventions typically found in such games and makes normally boring activites tons of fun." Which activities? This is in the last paragraph. You spelled activities as "activites". Am I wrong?
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