Yesterday we’ve returned from our annual trip to China. This year was good for a lot of reasons: everybody was doing quite ok, nobody was in hospital and we have actually done some interesting things like seeing a “Venice-like” village, visiting a bamboo forest, taking a boat trip on the West Lake, Hangzhou and went to Shanghai for a night. While i’ll do more detailled posts in the coming days/weeks, here is a small picture galery from our visit in china.
After finishing up Grahtwood last week, i turn my head towards Greenshade for the first time, drive orcs away, talk to a king and marvel at the zone design once again.
We’ve finished Rkindaleft tonight. All in all it was a nice, if not very challenging, experience. But i have to say- i love public dungeons. The whole experience reminded me a lot of public dungeons in Everquest 2, a part of that game i really like. Granted, you won’t get lost in there- its design is too linear for that- but it’s big, it took us about 90 minutes to finish, it’s beautiful, offers an interesting storyline and a few boss fights. Here are a few impressions of the dungeon.
We’ve been to Orsinium last night and i have to say i was heavily impressed. The design in terms of landscape, the city, the interiors, quests and story is great. It’s … Continue reading Backpacker: a few shots from Orsinium
I’m still chugging along in Elder Scrolls Online and having a great time. This game offers so much in terms of story, lore, atmosphere as well as gameplay experience and … Continue reading Backpacker: Postcards from Grahtwood