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GK Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr

Our reviewer Ian did a full review of the new “The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr“. Here’s a snippet from our review: The quests remain not your typical generic MMO fetching or killing. I’ve been playing ESO on-and-off for over three years, and I still don’t get bored by myself, and it also remains deliberately feasible to play by yourself as well. Whilst it means you have to some...[Read More]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr is the next Chapter of ZeniMax Online Studios’ award-winning online RPG, The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO). For the first time since 1994’s The Elder Scrolls: Arena, players and their friends will trek the arid plains as well as the skooma-producing grasslands of Elsweyr, the homeland of the cat-like khajiit race. The all-new adventure brings with it the Season of th...[Read More]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Review

Getting Elsweary of this game? Elsweyr is the latest big expansion to ESO, which has seemingly recovered from its rocky start. But after two hugely anticipated releases with Summerset and Morrowind, can the land of the Khajiit excite players in the same way? Story: Zenimax have certainly tried to roll out the big guns, promising necromancers, dragons and more. Unfortunately, given the online compo...[Read More]

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GK Review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

Hi there! Our reviewer Ian has taken a closer look at the new ‘Summerset‘ for The Elder Scrolls: Online. Here’s more: Both of these storylines play out much like the quests which you will find in Oblivion or Skyrim – which is to say they often span multiple missions, involve a mixture of combat, investigation, talking to NPCs and exploration. It’s not your typical generic MMO que...[Read More]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

By the decree of Queen Ayrenn, Summerset Isle is now open to foreigners, allowing newcomers to adventure through its beautiful forests and lagoons, and hidden, dark fissures. Players will also travel to mystical Artaeum, a magical isle that transcends space and time. The new zone is the largest addition to ESO yet, surpassing even last year’s massive Morrowind update. Packed with around 30 hours o...[Read More]

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset Review

More than the summ of its parts? The Elder Scrolls Online wasn’t exactly an enticing prospect when it first launched. It required you buying a box and paying a monthly fee at a time when premium MMOs weren’t exactly flavour of the month. But over the years, with a model that no longer requires a monthly fee, and huge amounts of new content with Morrowind and now Summerset having been added, how ha...[Read More]

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