I remember The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to be a game which had no match during its time, and being a rather unknown computer game in comparison to the others, it was a case of luck that I came across it. Bethesda Game Studios came up with this open world RPG in 2006, and it was bigger than any other game at that time. There was so much to be done in this game, and I had finished the game quickly enough. There was so much of freedom in that game that we never really stopped playing it. One year later, there was Mass Effect which did almost the same thing, only in space instead of a medieval world of swords and magic. It is to this memory that The Elder Scrolls: Blades came up for Android, and my Samsung Galaxy A20S had the perfect game for these times, a game which can be played in both landscape and portrait modes.
We don’t usually see the advertisements for this game on social media, and that is because it is something which doesn’t require such cheap and fake show. We can see that established games like The Sims and The Elder Scrolls series are perfect in their own way, and fans will come after them. One should find these games instead of falling for those fake games with advertisements on social media, which have the real gameplay entirely different from what is shown on those ads. The Elder Scrolls: Blades is a perfect game in that case, and we have a hero who comes as a saviour to a town which is threatened by multiple enemies including, bandits, sorcerers, goblins, trolls and more. We will find or create and reinforce weapons and armour, along with create magic potions, while taking on some quests during our journey to save our people.
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***The images used in this blog post are from my gameplay in The Elder Scrolls: Blades (Android).