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Online is an acceptable change to the Elder Scrolls franchise

Advantages: Huge world, good change from RPG to MMORPG
Disadvantages: Combat may sometimes feel weird, Not that good for playing solo

The Elder Scrolls franchise has been out there for a long time, as a series of successful Role-Playing Games (RPG's). This release, about 3 years after the last one (one of the greatest RPG's ever created, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim), changes everything. ...

marioliberato 14.04.2014 · Read full review
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Don't ever believe the hype of a video game

Advantages: nice music, decent graphics
Disadvantages: boring quests, no challenges, not open world, bad multi-player

...Everyone had been apprehensive whether Elder Scrolls Online would live up to the hype. In my opinion, it did not. Elder Scrolls online failed by trying to tailor to the MMO and the Elder Scrolls single player fans. The quests were not engaging because it ...

geekboy09 17.06.2014 · Read full review
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Great Game, perfect for TES Series.

Advantages: TES Series, MMORG, PVP, Quests, Well-made
Disadvantages: Price

Many believe that the game Elder Scrolls: Online is not the continuation of the legendary series that consisted of five games, but in my opinion, despite some unnecessary details, I can call this game a good continuation of the legendary series. Multiplay ...

timofuzz 24.06.2014 · Read full review
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14 years behind its time

Advantages: Nice graphics
Disadvantages: Pathetic gameplay, feeble plot

...This game is proof that what worked for computer games in the 1980s isn't always a good thing today. If it wasn't for the graphics (which are admittedly very pretty), Pool of Radiance 2 could have been released in 1988 along with the original, so complete ...

ironfrost 28.08.2002 · Read full review
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Review of Pool of Radiance: Ruins of Myth Drannor (PC)

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Good, but buggy

Advantages: D&D rules. Turn based RPG
Disadvantages: Has some bad bugs

Overview: Pool of Radiance is a thrid-person, party based RPG, set in the long established Forgotten Realms world. The story is simple. The Pool, located in Myth Drannor, has reawkaned and it's spreading its evil influence over the surrounding areas. T ...

Dashjianta 06.03.2002 · Read full review
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