What can I say about this nifty role playing game, the title says it all. So briefly I’m going to shed some light on this game and its utter silence. Also its key points of the country/region of Elsweyr.
You can literally become a necromancer bringing dead skeletons to life to attack an opponent.
Awesome classes/type of character if you will powerhouse your character by leveling.
Good character movement, essentially dodging some attacks.
Roam freely all across Elsweyr and taking down dragons with fellow players.
Pressing and holding the select button on the xbox one will allow you to get on your house from out of the blue.
Expansion pack includes Morrowind and Summerset from base game.
If other players are doing the same quest they will usually help defeat bosses.
Not knowing how to play will leave you dumbfounded on harder quests at such a low level.
Elsweyr contains only felion type characters throughout every quest until you leave the region/country. (50/50 feelings)
Most sidequests usually end up being hard without other players around you during the quest.
So with that being said, you can enjoy this game at its full potential once you reach PVP or a high level past 30’s. Good and bad days on main quest fulfillment in lower level quest. Dragon slaying is definitely my favorite thing about this game, simply because the reward of loot once all players take down the dragon, once you defeat the quest of 3 dragon deaths you will complete that specific main quest. Than repeat if you choose. Another great thing is the welding of weapons, and alchemy of the sorts. Carefully adding the right ingredient will land you a completed quest. If you fail this you can also find alternative ingredients. Simply googling how to complete the quest (quest name how to complete). Another fun thing to do is steal from treasure chests in random homes in-game. Beware the guards will eliminate you If you steal. They will attack or chase you out of the town. I really learned a deep lesson but the excitement of lockpicking and grabbing the loot can be rewarding at times. The rest is upon you to find your purpose on ESO: Elsweyr…
Today we have good games to review, and I thought I should make one on this game. Perfection is only a necessary trait to a great game, but how far does Need for speed: Heat take it? After about 12 hours of playing it says a lot. With two aspects which are Day or Night, you can consider either working on gaining more in-game cash during day mode. Or take on the heat from the cops and work on your Rep points at night. Keep in mind that either side has story mode missions. The night aspect puts you in a world of complete chaos amongst these other drivers gaining attention from cops. So you really need to maneuver either fast or drift past all the nostalgia. I purposely gain attraction from the night mode cops, so that I build more rep which gains you level. At a whopping level 19, I can either work on getting the in-game money to make my car much faster, or build a reputation in my crew. This game puts you in a car crew online as soon as you start playing the online mode. To top the icing on the cake, you can race other drivers(online) but I have yet to try this. No excuses here but still trying to make my car much faster. So that when I’m going 100 mph I can drift at high speed. Whichever route you take be always crispy when racing online due to the high velocity of cop chases, be warned if cops spot you at all they will pursuit. I truly find the art drifting and going through terrain to confuse the computer. It only makes sense to be a better driver, but with everything aside you will need a good car for starters. Grinding this game a lot is required to gain higher heat and that heat rises the longer you stay in a cop dwindled chase. So my best advice is to start earning cash in the beginning doing races and missions as a side hustle. Unless you love story mode only than focus on that. Keep drifting…
Recently rockstar just imposed on all of us their new strip club DLC, reporting new cars, possibly weapons, as well as money. (gta v cash of course) So we have received an edge in the past DLC’s with money on our profile. But this is to good to be true, to find out more on the strip club DLC please visit their website.
So my personal review of the game will probably be one sided and an over the edge to say the least, it’s in game mechanics are far beyond fast paced but most of our awareness handles that really well. Fast cars are not easy to come by but there’s free cars that can be upgraded with another of hustle by earning cash in Lamar missions and bank heists. Their always coming up with new game modes and from my understanding Lamar missions go on for as long as you own the game. Beating the story mode is definitely interesting to me for I’ve completed it with no missions left at a whopping 92.3% but with that being said I have no clue what else there is to do besides stunt jumps and those are impossible to find. Continue reading Grand Theft Auto 5 – Crispy Review→