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The Elder Scrolls Online Morrowind Returns To Vvardenfell

Looking forward to seeing more of this.   On June 6, for the first time in 15 years, players will return to the legendary island of Vvardenfell to rediscover the home of the Dark Elves in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind.

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Top 5 Best ESO DLC and Expansions Worth Buying

These are the best ESO DLCs to get for a good questing experience. More than that, you can get gold and items that can’t be found in the base game.

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The best PC games

PC gaming is dead, long live PC gaming!

There was a period of time, through the 1990s and into the early 2000s, when many game critics and analysts speculated that PC gaming was on its last legs. They argued that the platform had become a creative backwater, and would soon be completely overtaken by modern consoles thanks to their burgeoning, easy-to-use online capabilities.

PrimeVinister2278d ago

Oblivion is probably my favourite.
Cyrodiil has a cool, pastoral vibe that I feel at home on.

Plus that Assassin's Guild quest with the weird murder house is the greatest thing I have ever played.

ChristianReggieWait2278d ago

Yeah that's pretty cool, Shivering Isles was my favourite expansion. Mostly because it reminded me so much of Morrwind and Lord Shegorath Is a living Dad joke!

Telford912278d ago

I'm probably the only person left alive who's hasn't played Skyrim on any platform.

PrimeVinister2278d ago

How do you relate to normal people?

What if a business meeting or casual dinner conversation swings around to whether the Imperials were actually the lesser of two evils?

Do you just make am excuse and leave or?

Telford912278d ago

I usually just run to the jacks and stay in there for an unhealthy amount of time

ChristianReggieWait2278d ago

I usually start conversations with a good "Thuuming"

That is not a typo for Thumbing by the way gents!

PrimeVinister2278d ago

"I usually just run to the jacks and stay in there for an unhealthy amount of time"

That would probably be fairly normal in the high-stakes world of business. In the 1980s anyway.