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We could say that the Elder Scrolls games are massive, but that would be an understatement. Think you've seen every sight and completed every quest in the series? Think you know where the series is headed next? Why don't you share some of your knowledge he
I personally feel like it defeats the purpose of TES games. To me TES games are massively single player not some social experience where I get to find a bunch of half-naked guys hopping around in a water fountain while the chatlog is brimming with spam bots.
I hate the idea. I will not go anywhere near this game, and I love TES. If they wanted to create a single player experience where they opened up all of Tamriel, I would drop $150 easy. THAT would be worth paying for. I just can't get into a MMO. TES wasn't made for that type of experience IMO.
I like the way they're going with the MMO so far. Information on it really has me hooked, especially the storyline and the different factions we'll be able to join so far.
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I agree with ADAMWOOLLEY on most of his comment and with PudyMaster's comment about half-naked guys hopping around in a water fountain. I do somewhat enjoy MMO's with the exception of where alot of quest plots and points in the games force you to group up and are way to difficult to do solo. I do like the thought of being able to "trade & sell" gear with other players, but I hope that while making Elder Scrolls Online they take into ppl that prefer to solo. If not I would willingly pay $150-$175 for a massively open world where you can visit all the previous places.