Why is this video in the ESO section? Its MMOFTW.
I wonder what it is like to go to a new gaming company and meet someone who like you jumped ship from one of your old MMOS? Few MMO industry insiders speak out, but this is an industry where you must meet a lot of old colleagues from past "failed" MMOs.
Until they start designing for beyond the two month point, that's the way its going to stay.
how is this an "elder scrolls online video" ?
Scot, I imagine it's like meeting old fellow employees at new jobs after living and working in one city for decades. Kind of bizarre but you get over it. ------------------
Ummm, MMORPG staff, this isn't an elder scrolls video.
"How is this an "elder scrolls online video"?".
To help artificially inflate the amount of views the ESO forums get to help push up its "trending" ranking.
Finding the video in the ESO dept can only mean one thing, a big influence from the company over Bill. Thats pretty sad.
Another sad thing is the poor quality these weeklies has developed into. It used to be quite good. Now its just... well....
would love to see a transcript of these. im sure it's way too much trouble though.
i'm just not much of a podcast or video fan. prefer to read and skip through as fast or slow as i need or want.
"general-zod I might have to take a closer look at SotA"
If you liked UO before the days of Trammell and would like the same game with better graphics then this game is for you. They would call it UO2 but Lord British sold his rights to the name to EA.
Being as he created the first MMO I would say he knows what he is doing. This is going be a great game and I for one can not wait to play it.
RE: The ESO tagging. That was my bad, it's been changed.
How do you do keep doing these videos Bill when all the comments are nagging little bitches?
I find them quick and informative and sometimes you make me laugh. I like the information I get out of them, and your references to find out more.
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