No matter how much we rave about mobile games like Candy Crush Saga or Gold Coin hunting, there is nothing that can beat the good old times where video games and PlayStations ruled the roost and continue to do so in many households even today.
I mean why not? Think about Super Mario, Swat Kats, Dangerous Dave, Contra, Ninja Roberts and their ilk that send you on a nostalgic trip down memory lane when you recall your childhood spending many hours playing to your heart’s content.
Elder Scrolls is a video game that belongs to the new generation that the millennial have taken to like fish to water where you have the likes of Skyrim, Morrowind and Oblivion along with a few other installments but these three are in a class of their own among others due to winning multiple awards for Game of the Year.
Just like any other game in existence, the story is set in a fictional universe in the Tamriel continent where you have medieval tropes involving fantasy elements along with a Roman like empire for a city.
It does give you Game of Thrones vibes at various intervals because you have creatures like orcs, elves and other animals that are anthropomorphic in nature where the hero has to tackle the villain along with his strong army and save the world at the end of the day.
ESO Guide contains many important details about how the game is to be played by conquering the different levels with your expertise, which can be developed only if you consistently practice every day and once you perfected the game then it would become easy for you to manage everything.
The Elder Scrolls just require players to scroll through levels 1 to 50 where you need to increase your leveling speed and earn champion points in order to conquer the enemy once and for all to emerge victorious.