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To quote from Gamespy: "You only get one first impression, and I'm sad to say that from where I'm sitting, The Elder Scrolls Online has blown it."
Gamespy: Our first glimpse of the online counterpart to Skyrim doesn't impress.
Forbes: Do we need an Elder Scrolls MMO?
PIKI Geek: Not sure if want
"For me, the Elder Scrolls games have always been individual journeys, where each game’s world needs to be discovered and explored by an individual, not a large group. Part of the beauty of these games was the fact that so many different gamers could have such vastly unique experiences and tales within the same game. These games were all about fully immersing the player in a foreign world; putting them in the shoes of some lone hero, who wanders the land and gets into grand adventures. Bethesda has in the past crafted marvelous sandboxes for a single player. It may sound selfish, but Tamriel is a playplace that shouldn’t be shared." (AMEN!)
God, those screenshots look SO like sterile SWTOR... blegh.
*Hand wave @Zenimax* You want to scrap development and rethink your design philosophy.
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