The Stream Team: Putting some Sparkypants in The Elder Scrolls Legends


What does a mid-game change in developers mean for The Elder Scrolls Legends? And how will Sparkypants affect things? Massively MJ wants to see, so she’s heading back in for more luck-of-the-draw play. Join us live at 8:00 p.m. for a look at Legends, Sparkypants style.

What: The Elder Scrolls Legends
Who: MJ Guthrie
When: 8:00 p.m. EDT on Tuesday, September 25th, 2018

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Ashfyn Ninegold

I’m really bad at CCGs. But I still play them. I played ESL in beta and liked it enough to buy it. After release, when I went back to it, I found the single player campaign very hard, in fact, unwinnable for a person of my basic skill and interest level. Probably a good game for committed or skilled players.

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Seems like a downgrade in almost every possible category.


Agreed. Community is pretty unanimous on it as well. It not only seems like a downgrade, it is.


As someone who was only a casual player, I could see the obvious changes in the look of the interface, but when it came to gameplay I did not see much that would be considered a huge “downgrade”.

Can you go over some of the things that are so bad in this version? The only problem I noticed is that it does not seem to mark cards as “NEW” when you first get them.

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I don’t think the actual gameplay has changed much. But the whole aesthetic, art, UI, performance, and even the sounds are much worse in my opinion.