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The Elder Scrolls Online (PC)

The Elder Scrolls Online (PC)
alaScore 95

23 reviews

Sep, 2015

alaTest has collected and analyzed 23 reviews of The Elder Scrolls Online (PC). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 3.9/5 for other PC Games for all reviews. Reviewers really like the story. The graphics is also appreciated. Some have doubts about the gameplay.

usability, graphics, story

gameplay

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other PC Games the The Elder Scrolls Online (PC) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 95/100 = Excellent quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 23 reviews)

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Expert review by: Chris Capel (strategyinformer.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online Review

 

My Standard MMO Disclaimer: this is a review of the current build of The Elder Scrolls Online. MMOs more than any other game can change wildly with every patch, of which there will be many, so a year from now many of the problems I mention in the...

The moment a Dark Anchor rips open the sky, plants giant metal hooks into the land, and a spontaneous mix of adventurers have to group together to repel the monsters and close the gate. Amazing.

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: Don Woligroski (tomshardware.com)

How Well Does The Elder Scrolls Online Run On Your PC?

 

The Elder Scrolls series practically invented the modern single-player RPG. Today, we look at the franchise's expansion into the MMO space with The Elder Scrolls Online. What sort of graphics card and CPU will you need to enjoy your experience in Tamriel?

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: (cheatcc.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online Review

 

Tamriel is now bigger, better, and whole lot more crowded.

After reaching level ten I was able to travel to Cyrodiil and take part in the massive PvP battle. With the Imperial nation now collapsed, the three factions are all vying for control of the area and the Ruby Throne. Each team has their respective...

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Expert review by: Stuart Andrews (trustedreviews.com)

Elder Scrolls Online

 

Does the classic RPG make a great massive multiplayer game?

A vast stretch of Tamriel to explore ; Excellent narrative-led quests ; Looks and feels like a proper Elder Scrolls title ; High production values

Combat can be an awkward half-way house ; Not quite a perfect solo or group experience yet

Still, there are other, more social pleasures to be found here, the story-led questing works brilliantly, and Tamriel is a great place to explore. Whether you’re a lapsed WoW veteran or an Elder Scrolls fanatic, you’re unlikely to go away dissatisfied.

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: Jayden27 (mmgn.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online review

 

The final verdict on The Elder Scrolls MMO.

Much like The Elder Scrolls Online's schizophrenic nature, I’ve found my opinion on this undeniably ambitious game fluctuating, which hasn’t made reaching a final verdict easy. ZeniMax has done an admirable job of giving Elder Scrolls fans an online...

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: JamesPinnell (ausgamers.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online Review

 

Under the surface, not enough has changed to the formula that separates The Elder Scrolls Online from existing free or established properties, and I would find it genuinely hard to recommend to anyone seeking an experience outside of a cosy, well...

One of the best skill progression systems in any MMO, hands down; Fantastic presentation, UI and voice acting; Deep, very well written lore permeates every single quest; PVP is genuinely great fun

Combat is laggy, glitchy and slow; PVE gameplay is uninspired and generic; Lack of interesting or new mechanics; Subscription fee is not justified; After a fairly hefty beta process, still lots of bugs

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: Conrad Reyners (nzgamer.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online

 

Bethesda have rolled the 12-sided dice on Elder Scrolls. Has the massive multiplayer online role playing gamble paid off?

But regardless of where you are, trudge you will. The Elder Scrolls Online combat mechanic is a strange mix between Neverwinter Nights II and the earliest iterations of World of Warcraft. It's not necessarily bad, it's actually pretty decent, but...

Apr, 2014

Expert review by: John Gillooly (pcauthority.com.au)

Preview: The Elder Scrolls Online

 

We're just a little worried about how good an MMO this can be...

Of course, this is just our experience from the early levels, and what remains to be seen is the all too crucial endgame component where the most time will be spent. Without a true handle on what that holds, all we can say is that the game is shaping...

Mar, 2014

Expert review by: (game-debate.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online

 

Molag Bal is attempting to take over Tamriel, and the barriers between the planes are weakening. Three factions fight for control of the Imperial City, and the Emperors throne; The Ebonheart Pact, The Daggerfall Covenant, and The Aldmeri Dominion....

Expert review by: (videogamer.com)

The Elder Scrolls Online Review

 

Inferior to competitors and predecessors in every respect.

It’s nice to have a fully-acted MMO

Brings only the worst of the Elder Scrolls forward, leaving behind the good ; Gates PvP, its most interesting element, behind 10 levels of dull ; Fails to innovate in any significant manner

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