Welcome back you game-loving, pee-bottle toting fools! This week we asked what you’d do when first getting into ESO’s amazing representation of Tamriel. We also asked how long your longest gaming session was. Let’s… do… this!
I love me some questing. Yes, I do. And apparently the majority of you all do to. ESO promises a different questing experience from that found in past MMOs. No more being sent out to collect 10 bear asses for no apparent reason. Sure, we may find someone that needs something collected, but it will be to activate something, create a potion or cast some odd spell upon you to continue on your questing path.
The fun thing about past TES games was that even if you elected to pick a direction to start walking, you’d still stumble upon a quest or event that would give you a delightful distraction. Elder Scrolls Online seems to be holding true to this as well. So for those looking for a more organic experience in the world, you may very well find it in this game.
Entirely Too Much Gaming
Over 12 hours? You’re all crazy! I have to admit though: with major released titles like Skyrim and SW:TOR, I played for a very long time without leaving the house or with much sleep. Luckily, I stocked up on Monster energy drink and Wheat Thins. By the way, if anyone can get us sponsored by either of these companies or the makers of Cheez-Its, we’ll make a lore video of your choosing. HAHA. But seriously, 12+ hours is a long time. I wasn’t even sure if people would choose that option. I now see the error of my ways and beg for forgiveness.
And for the one person that picked less than one hour, I shake my head at you. I pray that you chose that by accident or you’re just trolling.
Anyways, I’m making this a short article today as we have an amazing interview with a ZOS developer that needs editing and approval. Who did we interview? We’re keeping it a surprise but let’s just say this person really broke out of their shell…