Originally Posted by joxer
The point of MMO is to skin you alive while you enjoy it happening and defend the whole process like it's something positive using excuses companies do while blacklegging consumers:
- we need to cover servers cost
- we love our fans that's the only reason why we make more content
- forget the game (crapness), MMO is there to provide the most important thing - a social aspect
I don't know and I don't care if ESO is the best thing ever or is a fail.
I have RL friends and VR forums to socialize and I want to have fun while gaming in a game I'm paying for. Is it just solving a puzzle, enjoying a wellmade story or outsmarting an AI, doesn't really matter.
But if a company is avoiding to say grinding and instead of that uses terms like "endgame content", "crafting", "training" and other MMO typical throwing sand into audience's eyes, I'm not paying for that scam and am respecting everyone who says such game is nothing but a garbage.