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The Elder Scrolls Online PC CD Key £6.99 @ simplycdkeys

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2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago
Please Note - Elder Scrolls Online includes 30 days play and requires an ongoing subscription to play.

CD keys are sent via email within a maximum of 5 minutes of your order being placed (subject to payment authorisation).

The Elder Scrolls Online is a Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) set in Tamriel, the ancient land that includes the provinces of Morrowind, Daggerfall, and Skyrim. The game takes place 1,000 years before the events of Skyrim, during the Age of Heroes. Embark on an epic adventure to save the land from a seemingly unstoppable evil in a sprawling storyline that can be experienced on your own or with friends.
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1 Like #1
Decent personally think these type of games should be free if you have to pay subscription.
#2
It's true. Pay for the game and then pay to play it. No thanks.
#3
I stopped playing after about 3 months I love the game but its way to expensive.
#4
Wow, warms my heart that there are other people coming around to this whole "I am not just going to bend over and pay" mentality.

I don't know why, perhaps call it maturity settling in, but recently (especially after destiny being the first game to make me stop and think how retarded gaming is becoming) I came to the conclusion I was running around trying to order games off of specific retailers, then buying season passes only to find the season pass did not include every mission (which they are supposed to) and on top of everything there are platform exclusive content, is absolutely becoming the norm and this is killing the fun in gaming. Period.

I refuse to pay for a game then spend money on it monthly or quarterly. Map packs, small expansions. Sorry. Not doing it. Only full games get my money now in a one time payment.

I wonder if these companies would like it if we said "Take 5 quid from me now and when I get to level 5 in the game I will pay you five more and so on". Gaming is starting to make chumps out of us.
#5
MadonnaProject
Wow, warms my heart that there are other people coming around to this whole "I am not just going to bend over and pay" mentality.

I don't know why, perhaps call it maturity settling in, but recently (especially after destiny being the first game to make me stop and think how retarded gaming is becoming) I came to the conclusion I was running around trying to order games off of specific retailers, then buying season passes only to find the season pass did not include every mission (which they are supposed to) and on top of everything there are platform exclusive content, is absolutely becoming the norm and this is killing the fun in gaming. Period.

I refuse to pay for a game then spend money on it monthly or quarterly. Map packs, small expansions. Sorry. Not doing it. Only full games get my money now in a one time payment.

I wonder if these companies would like it if we said "Take 5 quid from me now and when I get to level 5 in the game I will pay you five more and so on". Gaming is starting to make chumps out of us.

Pretty much every major game has DLC's and expansions. It never used to be like that.
#6
rev6
MadonnaProject
Wow, warms my heart that there are other people coming around to this whole "I am not just going to bend over and pay" mentality.

I don't know why, perhaps call it maturity settling in, but recently (especially after destiny being the first game to make me stop and think how retarded gaming is becoming) I came to the conclusion I was running around trying to order games off of specific retailers, then buying season passes only to find the season pass did not include every mission (which they are supposed to) and on top of everything there are platform exclusive content, is absolutely becoming the norm and this is killing the fun in gaming. Period.

I refuse to pay for a game then spend money on it monthly or quarterly. Map packs, small expansions. Sorry. Not doing it. Only full games get my money now in a one time payment.

I wonder if these companies would like it if we said "Take 5 quid from me now and when I get to level 5 in the game I will pay you five more and so on". Gaming is starting to make chumps out of us.

Pretty much every major game has DLC's and expansions. It never used to be like that.

Exactly man, and I realised after the new lara croft game (which should NOT require any dlc garbage whatsoever) that not only did I have to get the game, I also had to worry about buying future dlc to complete the story. Then thsi whole garbage with destiny and its expansions not to mention the season pass not including everything and then the ps4 exclusive content just broke the camels back.

I snapped. Its too stressful worrying about sodding videogames. Life's got more important pursuits for a hobby to become a chore.
#7
MadonnaProject
rev6
MadonnaProject
Wow, warms my heart that there are other people coming around to this whole "I am not just going to bend over and pay" mentality.

I don't know why, perhaps call it maturity settling in, but recently (especially after destiny being the first game to make me stop and think how retarded gaming is becoming) I came to the conclusion I was running around trying to order games off of specific retailers, then buying season passes only to find the season pass did not include every mission (which they are supposed to) and on top of everything there are platform exclusive content, is absolutely becoming the norm and this is killing the fun in gaming. Period.

I refuse to pay for a game then spend money on it monthly or quarterly. Map packs, small expansions. Sorry. Not doing it. Only full games get my money now in a one time payment.

I wonder if these companies would like it if we said "Take 5 quid from me now and when I get to level 5 in the game I will pay you five more and so on". Gaming is starting to make chumps out of us.

Pretty much every major game has DLC's and expansions. It never used to be like that.

Exactly man, and I realised after the new lara croft game (which should NOT require any dlc garbage whatsoever) that not only did I have to get the game, I also had to worry about buying future dlc to complete the story. Then thsi whole garbage with destiny and its expansions not to mention the season pass not including everything and then the ps4 exclusive content just broke the camels back.

I snapped. Its too stressful worrying about sodding videogames. Life's got more important pursuits for a hobby to become a chore.

Another option would be to wait for the entire game being released in one, like Skyrim's Legendary Edition.
#8
Good price, but it has to go down as one of the most boring MMO's I've ever had the misfortune to play
#9
#10
Wash your mouth out sir
#11
rev6
MadonnaProject
rev6
MadonnaProject
Wow, warms my heart that there are other people coming around to this whole "I am not just going to bend over and pay" mentality.

I don't know why, perhaps call it maturity settling in, but recently (especially after destiny being the first game to make me stop and think how retarded gaming is becoming) I came to the conclusion I was running around trying to order games off of specific retailers, then buying season passes only to find the season pass did not include every mission (which they are supposed to) and on top of everything there are platform exclusive content, is absolutely becoming the norm and this is killing the fun in gaming. Period.

I refuse to pay for a game then spend money on it monthly or quarterly. Map packs, small expansions. Sorry. Not doing it. Only full games get my money now in a one time payment.

I wonder if these companies would like it if we said "Take 5 quid from me now and when I get to level 5 in the game I will pay you five more and so on". Gaming is starting to make chumps out of us.

Pretty much every major game has DLC's and expansions. It never used to be like that.

Exactly man, and I realised after the new lara croft game (which should NOT require any dlc garbage whatsoever) that not only did I have to get the game, I also had to worry about buying future dlc to complete the story. Then thsi whole garbage with destiny and its expansions not to mention the season pass not including everything and then the ps4 exclusive content just broke the camels back.

I snapped. Its too stressful worrying about sodding videogames. Life's got more important pursuits for a hobby to become a chore.

Another option would be to wait for the entire game being released in one, like Skyrim's Legendary Edition.

Yepp that's what I have in mind. Plus this digital distribution is getting me down also. Did you know if you pre-order a game from steam and then cancel your order you get a refund only to your wallet? They can work around uk law with so many things these days. **** take.
#12
tempted to give it a try at this price but everyone i know who played it stopped within a few months saying it was one of the most boring MMOs they had ever played
#13
MadonnaProject
rev6
MadonnaProject
rev6
MadonnaProject
Wow, warms my heart that there are other people coming around to this whole "I am not just going to bend over and pay" mentality.

I don't know why, perhaps call it maturity settling in, but recently (especially after destiny being the first game to make me stop and think how retarded gaming is becoming) I came to the conclusion I was running around trying to order games off of specific retailers, then buying season passes only to find the season pass did not include every mission (which they are supposed to) and on top of everything there are platform exclusive content, is absolutely becoming the norm and this is killing the fun in gaming. Period.

I refuse to pay for a game then spend money on it monthly or quarterly. Map packs, small expansions. Sorry. Not doing it. Only full games get my money now in a one time payment.

I wonder if these companies would like it if we said "Take 5 quid from me now and when I get to level 5 in the game I will pay you five more and so on". Gaming is starting to make chumps out of us.

Pretty much every major game has DLC's and expansions. It never used to be like that.

Exactly man, and I realised after the new lara croft game (which should NOT require any dlc garbage whatsoever) that not only did I have to get the game, I also had to worry about buying future dlc to complete the story. Then thsi whole garbage with destiny and its expansions not to mention the season pass not including everything and then the ps4 exclusive content just broke the camels back.

I snapped. Its too stressful worrying about sodding videogames. Life's got more important pursuits for a hobby to become a chore.

Another option would be to wait for the entire game being released in one, like Skyrim's Legendary Edition.

Yepp that's what I have in mind. Plus this digital distribution is getting me down also. Did you know if you pre-order a game from steam and then cancel your order you get a refund only to your wallet? They can work around uk law with so many things these days. **** take.

Madness.

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