Greetings, ladies and gentlemen!
Do you ever watch an opinion related video, or read an opinion blog post, and find yourself writing an essay in the comments? Well, that is what happened to me today while watching the 13th episode of Massively Opinionated, from Massively Overpowered, which was titled “Which MMO should have never existed?” What was supposed to be a simple, small, comment about my disagreement with Larry Everett’s judging (and what appeared to be a lack of comprehension of Jason Winter’s presented argument), turned into this incredibly long thing covering various points that were brought up in a very small span of time. I thought I would share it on the blog – just for shiggles.
Greetings, ladies and gentlemen! How is your week going?
So, in the wake of the news surrounding The Elder Scrolls Online going Buy-to-Play, I thought it would be a good opportunity to pose a question regarding the game as a whole. Before I reveal what that question is, I want to say that this thought has been burning in my brain since the game was first announced. The concept of making The Elder Scrolls into an MMORPG has always confused me because I was expecting Bethesda to take a different approach to the series. I wasn’t confused because I thought the series would make a bad MMORPG, but, due to my assumption, a single question kept repeating in my head:
Did anyone actually ask for an Elder Scrolls MMORPG? Read the rest of this entry