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  • Summary: Experience this multiplayer role-playing game on your own or together with your friends, guild mates, and thousands of alliance members. Explore dangerous caves and dungeons in Skyrim, or craft quality goods to sell in the city of Daggerfall. Embark upon adventurous quests across Tamriel andExperience this multiplayer role-playing game on your own or together with your friends, guild mates, and thousands of alliance members. Explore dangerous caves and dungeons in Skyrim, or craft quality goods to sell in the city of Daggerfall. Embark upon adventurous quests across Tamriel and engage in massive player versus player battles, or spend your days at the nearest fishing hole or reading one of many books of lore. The choices are yours in the persistent world of The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. [Bethesda Softworks] Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 4
  2. Negative: 0 out of 4
  1. Jun 24, 2015
    90
    The Elder Scrolls Online is not the best Elder Scrolls-game nor the best MMO. However, we did love spending tens of hours in Tamriel and this huge world does not seem to grow old quick. There are some flaws, but those are not even big enough to mention as in the end, Tamriel Unlimited is very entertaining, especially now that there are no subscription costs anymore.
  2. May 8, 2015
    86
    The action-based battle system is still a lot of fun. No skill, no kill, that's a lot more entertaining than standing around and clicking to rotate certain actions.
  3. Jun 9, 2015
    80
    The Elder Scrolls Online is a solid MMORPG, with content for hundreds of hours and playable with no monthly fees. Ultimately, this Tamriel Unlimited confirms to be the best edition for those who want to delve into the fantasy world created by Bethesda twenty years ago.
  4. CD-Action
    Jun 29, 2015
    60
    Same old grind, same old lags, still no content promised to be delivered “just after the game’s release”. [06/2015, p.58]
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  1. Positive: 33 out of 50
  2. Negative: 12 out of 50
  1. Jun 10, 2015
    10
    Best graphics of all mmorpgs. Fluid combat, very good main quest and lots of exploration. A lot better than wow or tera imo. If they keepBest graphics of all mmorpgs. Fluid combat, very good main quest and lots of exploration. A lot better than wow or tera imo. If they keep adding new content it will be among the greats. Expand
  2. Aug 1, 2015
    10
    My favorite MMORPG , great story , a big world with 4 main quests (3 for the factions, 1 for molag bal), great soundtrack and voiceacting.My favorite MMORPG , great story , a big world with 4 main quests (3 for the factions, 1 for molag bal), great soundtrack and voiceacting.

    The pvp is very funny and needs strategy, and every class is important in it.
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  3. Jun 9, 2015
    10
    A huge improvement over Beta version.

    + Best Graphics in the Genre + Best Combat in the Genre (shared with Tera) + Best Story in the
    A huge improvement over Beta version.

    + Best Graphics in the Genre
    + Best Combat in the Genre (shared with Tera)
    + Best Story in the Genre
    + Best Quests in the Genre
    + Best Professions in the Genre
    + Best Dungeons in the Genre
    + Most Detailed Landscapes in the Genre
    + Best PvP Endgame in the Genre
    + Best PvE in the Genre
    + Best RP in the Genre
    ...

    - Grouping Tool needs some love
    - Endgame PvE isn't as good as it could be (especially when dungeons are so well designed)

    I couldn't be more happy with my purchase. ESO is the best game to have come in years. Amazing how they turned it all around. Go buy it.
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  4. Oct 17, 2016
    9
    Decent diversity in quests, beautiful places to explore, epic boss battles, fun to play solo or/and with other people. Elder scrolls online isDecent diversity in quests, beautiful places to explore, epic boss battles, fun to play solo or/and with other people. Elder scrolls online is exactly what it is Expand
  5. Feb 1, 2016
    8
    I spent almost a month in game, started January 2016. So far i give it 10/10.

    1) Graphics - perfect, 2) Atmosphere - immersing, 3) Combat
    I spent almost a month in game, started January 2016. So far i give it 10/10.

    1) Graphics - perfect, 2) Atmosphere - immersing, 3) Combat system - great combination of standard RPG and FPS genres, 4) Character development - best seen so far in MMORPGS, with dozens of viable builds for every class, 5) Performance & stability - had absolutely no issues yet, though, I hear there is lag in "Cyrodil" PVP zone, 6) Payment mode - "Free to play" - it is really "F2P", and not "Pay to win", but some end game content is inaccessible without buying expansions ( or "Downloadable content" / "DLC") how developer calls them.

    I am close to character level 50 now, which was "vanilla" maximum level. The grind is getting harder, and I hear that biggest grind is yet to come in terms of leveling veteran rank from 1-16. We shall see :)
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  6. Mar 5, 2016
    5
    I have played this game on and off since its beta 3 years ago. I have quit and come back 3 times. The reason I returned were the Elder ScrollsI have played this game on and off since its beta 3 years ago. I have quit and come back 3 times. The reason I returned were the Elder Scrolls lore, the Art style and the story telling. The reason I quit are the boring, repetitive combat and the grinding. There is way too much grind in this game and it gets in the way of being able to happily "play the way you want to". Much of the grind is sneaky with some extra kind of grind added right when you think you have got somewhere by a different mechanic just before you can complete. Every achievement feels like a let down because you are rewarded with a big slice of grind cake. Expand
  7. Nov 13, 2019
    0
    It was a good game until level scaling! What the point of leveling up if you don't feel stronger, that's the whole point of an RPG. Absolute ****

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