Aug 22 2016
As mmorpg games have switched from being subscription-based to being free-to-play or buy-to-play, developers have looked for new ways to generate revenue. One proven method is the cash shop, which is usually stocked with consumables, mounts, services (such as extra inventory and bank space), and cosmetic gear. Another method, which has led to considerable online discussion, is the selling of mmo lockboxes that contain random items, and it seems t... Read
Jul 26 2016
Every player wants their character to be unique and stand out, which is why so many players spend a great deal of time on customizing their appearance. The Elder Scrolls Online mmorpg has a pretty robust character creation system, but said system is now going to be even more functional when the next update launches. ZeniMax offered a preview of the upcoming Elder Scrolls Online Style Parlor feature coming to the game.In the official Elder Scr... Read
Jun 26 2016
The E3 2016 convention has come and gone. For a few short days, the eyes of the video gaming world were upon this gathering in Los Angeles as hardware and software companies showed their upcoming projects to an eager crowd. There was a lot of gaudy presentations with all the bells and whistles included to get the gaming press and other attendees hyped up. So did anything of note happen on the mmorpg front? Find out in our E3 2016 roundup.Befo... Read
Jun 17 2016
In a perfect world, every aspect of an online rpg would be thoroughly tested and vetted before being released to the live servers. This would mean that every feature and system of the game would run seamlessly and there would be no issues. However, the reality is that we don't live in a perfect world, and a lot of mmo content is released that may contain some bugs. The testing of mmorpg content differs somewhat between the initial development and... Read
May 31 2016
The Elder Scrolls franchise of games has created many happy memories for gamers. One of the most fondly remembered features of the games was the Dark Brotherhood, the shadowy league of assassins that players could join. Personally, the Dark Brotherhood storyline from Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion remains the best story arc I have ever played in a game. When the Elder Scrolls Online mmorpg was launched, many players were unhappy that the assassins we... Read
May 26 2016
There has long been a debate on which platform is best for playing games upon, especially mmorpg games. This long-simmering debate usually focused upon the latest console of choice versus the desktop PC. One could argue the merits of both platforms, but the clear choice was the PC went it came to mmo games. Sports games and shooters found their place on consoles, but the PC ruled supreme with online games like World of Warcraft. Yet a shift has b... Read
Apr 26 2016
"Blood will flow. A guild of assassins rises to power in Tamriel, and your murderous talents make you a prime recruit."
One of the greatest aspects surrounding all of Bethesda's rpg games, is the dichotomy that surrounds you and your character as you quest around the bleak, but exciting worlds that they've created.
This good versus evil sliding scale has been portrayed no better than in The Elder Scrolls Online and its predecessor (which in-fac... Read
Apr 20 2016
Probably the biggest feature in playing the Elder Scrolls series of games for me was the ability to determine the path that my character followed. Whether one plays a PC, console, or mmo game, they're usually forced to follow a singular path, which normally means being the chosen savior. However, the Elder Scrolls games allowed me to play as a thief and even an assassin. It's this latter profession that gave me the greatest playing experience I h... Read
Mar 30 2016
More help is on your way, Elder Scrolls Online fans!
Due to the rave reviews on Pirharri the Smuggler -- an Elder Scrolls Online assistant that was recently introduced in the Thieves Guild update that sells your stolen goods from anywhere for a cut in profits -- two more assistants have been activated in the MMORPG.The first new Elder Scrolls Online assistant is Tythis Andromo the Banker and he can be summoned whenever you or your group memb... Read
Mar 23 2016
It's time to get extra shady in Elder Scrolls Online. The fantasy mmo has released the Thieves Guild DLC update for the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 console versions. The DLC is included with an active Elder Scrolls Online Plus membership or purchased for 2,000 crowns via the store.
Players can start taking on Elder Scrolls Online Thieves Guild quests, satisfying the thirst of fans for some criminal rpg fun. Steal, loot, pickpocket and perform inc... Read