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Mackaveli44 said:ESO has one of the best starter experiences of most MMO's out... I mean the quests basically tell you where to go and also on your map and compass, indicate where to go. Highlight a quest and check your map and compass. Itll tell you where to go. The quest system/story in ESO is one of its many great qualities.Gorwe said:DKLond said:I'm not sure what game you're playing. ESO has a perfectly servicable tutorial that pretty much explains everything you need to know.
You get weapons in all the usual places: quests, chests, crafting, dungeons and so on.
It's hardly rocket science.
I'm talking about Bleakrock, not CH.
I guess I won't like ESO. I prefer very guided games, not "open world crap".
The next step is to team up with a data collection company like Facebook and target the masses through social media.
Imagine the peer pressure to buy when someone in your social circle is spending up big in a game you play.
Micro transactions will just become the norm and only crusty old vets will remember when gaming in its more pure form.
I specifically wanted your opinion because I saw the header on Steam and I got hopeful. Guess I shouldn't. I mean 5+ years without any real innovation. Just look at monitors, at gfx, at storage units...Quizzical said:Sky Lake Refresh Refresh is just Sky Lake with two more cores, and sometimes clocked a little higher because the process node is now more mature. More cores rather than fewer cores is hardly a bad thing, but it's not what I'd have in mind as super awesome innovation.