I’ve spent so many hours playing World of Tanks since it was released on Xbox Live, which I find very surprising since I just stopped caring about online gaming some time ago, mostly because every game these days tries to lure me to keep playing its awesome new multiplayer options in the little time I have for gaming these days. I knew this day was coming; I never stopped liking
Another beta weekend for The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO) has come and gone. It’s the last beta weekend I’ve been informed about, and unfortunately, it wasn’t very fruitful for me. Last time we did a broad, general overview of what you can expect from the storyline, the gameplay, and the visuals: The storyline is mythical/spiritual in nature, focusing (at least in the beginning) on Molag Bal’s invasion into our world.
Let’s get my bias out of the way: I’m completely addicted to Skyrim. I’ve been playing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim pretty consistently since July 11, 2013, putting in 147 hours and completing 48 achievements. Considering my current Steam record is 277.6 hours in Fallout: New Vegas (completing all 75 achievements), that’s still not too shabby. There’s just something (more exactly, a lot of somethings) that draws me into the