VGC Day 30 – What game did you think you wouldn’t like, but ended up loving?

Hey guys, we finally did it, we’ve made it to the final day of the 30-day challenge! Hope you guys have enjoyed these posts this month, it’s certainly been a journey! I’m certainly planning to try and produce more regular content from now on. As well as making lengthy guides in between.

Here’s a link back to the master list of questions and blog links: 30 Day Video Game Challenge

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Elder Scrolls Online

I’m a long time fan of Elder Scrolls, I started in Oblivion and played many an hour of modded-to-death Skyrim. So naturally upon hearing about an Elder Scrolls MMO, I set out to investigate. Now, the reason I thought I wouldn’t like this game is because as a rule, outside of Runescape, I find MMO’s very overwhelming. Initially I was put off by the hundreds of other players, guilds, and general going’s on in this world.

After a while, though, I discovered this game has a plentiful single player aspect, lots of lore and plenty of skills and things to keep me occupied. Who needs other players, right? I did get around to doing some multiplayer stuff eventually, and while some of the raids were especially challenging, the level appropriate ones with a good team were really fun. Taught me not to judge a book by it’s cover!

Cheers for sticking with me throughout the series guys! It’s been a real blast for me to do this! Hope to do more of these challenge-type of content in the future but for the foreseeable future you can expect at least one post per week. As always, Cheers for reading!

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