Elder Scrolls Online Reviews
The Elder Scrolls Online's yearly chapter has now been released on all its platforms, and Bradford has finished putting it through its paces. How does High Isle stack up? Here is our review.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Blackwood is a return to form for the ZeniMax team, but how does the expansion, including the major additions of companions and a return to Oblivion hold up?
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor takes players back to Skyrim, adding a new main story, changes to the vampire skill line and a new Antiquities system. How does the latest Chapter in the ESO story hold up? Here's our review.
Elder Scrolls Online, and I make no secrets about this, is my current favorite MMORPG on the market. But I’ve loved the regular quarterly DLC that comes with the ESO Plus subscription. Can Morrowind, ESO’s first chapter, truly make spending the extra $40 or more a worthwhile leap? In short, if you love story and ESO’s best adventuring content – yes. This is our Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind review.
It’s been a year since Elder Scrolls Online first launched. And while it was a rather contentious game, with hype levels through the roof, I reviewed ESO here on the site. In short, I liked a great deal about it, but knew it had some kinks to iron out. Well, in the year since launch the team at Zenimax has been working feverishly like a Khajit slave to improve their flagship MMO.
Elder Scrolls Online is one of the most anticipated MMOs in recent memory. The stakes have been high for developer Zenimax Online since the game’s announcement. How do you even begin to take an epic single-player game and turn it into an MMO? Its missteps and hardships have been well publicized, but is there a solid game underneath all the forum-based ire? Read on to see what we think in our official review.