Ultimate Team Of The Week From FIFA 15

Each week EA Sports creates a FIFA Ultimate Team Team of the Week (TOTW) based on players in the real world that are in form for that week. Take a look at the team that will be available for one week from 11th March at 6pm.


Starting XI

GK: Iraizoz – Athletic Club de Bilbao (Spain)
LB: Kieran Gibbs – Arsenal (England)
CB: Loïc Perrin – AS Saint-Etienne (France)
CB: David Luiz – Paris Saint-Germain (France)
LM: André Ayew – Olympique de Marseille (France)
LM: Vitolo – Sevilla FC (Spain)
CM: Maximilian Meyer – FC Schalke 04 (Germany)
CAM: Adrian Mierzejewski – Al Nassr (Saudi Arabia)
ST: Salomón Rondón – Zenit St. Petersburg (Russia)
ST: Rubén Castro – Real Betis Balompié (Spain)
ST: Luis Suárez – FC Barcelona (Spain)


GK: Tyler Deric – Houston Dynamo (MLS)
LB: Lorcan Fitzgerald – Bohemian FC (Rep. of Ireland)
CAM: Edwin Cardona – Monterrey (Mexico)
RW: Michael Ríos – Universidad Católica (Chile)
ST: Moestafa El Kabir – Gençlerbirliği SK (Turkey)
ST: Marco Ruben – Rosario Central (Argentina)
ST: Marcus Berg – Panathinaikos FC (Greece)

Elder Scrolls Online Commits to Continued Support of MMOV

ZeniMax Online Studios, which responsible for the massively multiplayer Elder Scrolls game The Elder Scrolls Online, has laid off a portion of its staff, parent company Bethesda confirmed today.

Layoffs are the (unfortunate) standard for most game developers in the wake of a game’s launch, and MMOs are no exception. That’s precisely what Bethesda had to say when questioned about the layoffs.

“As is the norm for games of this type, we had ramped up a large workforce to develop a game of vast scale, and ramped up our customer service to handle the expected questions and community needs of The Elder Scrolls Online at launch,” Bethesda PR and marketing boss Pete Hines said in a statement issued to GameSpot. “Now that we are nearly six months post-launch, we have a thriving online community in a game that runs smoothly. We have adjusted staffing to meet the ongoing needs of the studio, which continues to operate with a large workforce.”

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ESO launched back in April for PC to somewhat of a lackluster reaction. (Read our review here.) The game has been updated since then with new content and tweaks, but we’ve received no official indication regarding the number of subscribers Bethesda and ZeniMax have managed to hold on to. A SuperData Research report released earlier this year suggested ESO had almost 800,000 subscribers as of June, a number which, while much smaller than that of World of Warcraft, would be a respectable figure nonetheless if true.

A new promotion designed to retain subscribers was recently announced that rewards those who reach certain milestones with their subscription, such as three total months of paying for the game.

Whatever you may think of that move and these layoffs, Bethesda says it plans to continue supporting ESO. “We remain strongly committed to The Elder Scrolls Online, and continue to invest heavily to develop new content for PC and Mac players, prepare the game for its console launch, and handle our planned expansion into important international territories,” Hines said. “As for customer service, we continue to operate large support centers in Hunt Valley, MD and Galway, Ireland. “

Xbox One and PlayStation 4 versions of ESO expected out in June, but both were delayed for “about six months.” That estimate would put the game’s release in December, though Bethesda has said it’s no guarantee the console versions will make it out this year and that the delay was the right move.

ESO Fishing Achievement Guide

Fishing is an activity in The Elder Scrolls Online which can be performed at fishing holes found all over Tamriel. Players are automatically given a starter fishing pole which does not show up in the players inventory. Players only have to find the fishing holes and bait. When next to a fishing hole, activating it will start the fishing animation, which will end when the player has caught something. While fishing, the player cannot participate in other activities (such as chat or inventory management) without cancelling the attempt.

ESO Fishing

In order to complete a fishing achievement in starting areas, you have to catch just one rare fish. Around Bleakrock Isle you’ll find several Ocean water fishing holes where you have a chance to catch Inner Sea Scalyfin fish, and complete Bleakrock Angler achievement.

For all of you who have been looking for the best spots for catching rare fish in Bleakrock Isle, we have a small guide made by Herner. On the map below you’ll find Ocean water fishing holes locations.

ESO Fishing achievement guide


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The Elder Scrolls Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) that was announced in May 2012 and was released on April 4th 2014. It is the 8th game in The Elder Scrolls series. Developed by the team at ZeniMax Online Studios, The Elder Scrolls Online merges the unmatched exploration of rich worlds that the franchise is known for with the scale and social aspects of a massively multiplayer online role-playing game.

The PC and Mac version was released on April 4, 2014 and will be released in Holiday 2014 for consoles (PS4 and Xbox One). Pre-ordering the game gave players the option to play as any race in any Alliance, an exclusive pet called the Scuttler, and some treasure maps. Buying the Imperial Edition gives players the option to play as an Imperial, craft Imperial gear, convert existing gear into the Imperial style, gives an Imperial horse with standard states, a mudcrab vanity pet and the Pledge of Mara, which allows players to marry.

Skyshard Adventures in TESO

I’m also amazed at the sheer number of skills I have now, thanks to the skyshards scattered all over the content for the two extra factions and the occasional ones you get from major questlines. I once fretted over whether I should take up Blacksmithing or Clothing in addition to my additional crafting skills for Alchemy and Provisioning, but now I have enough points to max out all four. I’ve also picked up dual-wielding as an additional combat skill to complement my usual two-handed and bow setup when I need more straight DPS, and I’ve even started toying with the crazy idea of making a Nightblade “mage.” (That, however, will take a full respec.) It’s doable. I may not be able to become a Dragonknight or Sorcerer, but I’m far less locked into my skills as I would be in, say, World of Warcraft.

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Hunting skyshards feels fantastic for three major reasons. It provides you a significant, tangible benefit every time you find one (more skill points!). It encourages you to explore out-of-the-way corners or Tamriel, and see everything the world of ESO has to offer. And it’s a pleasant, low-impact example of peaceful end-game content, if you’re a player that prefers to explore the world instead of bashing your head against other players in PVP, or against highly-tuned bosses in endgame dungeons.

And that’s what keeps me going. I’ve said before that crafting is one of the most enjoyable aspects of Elder Scrolls Online, but I’ve lately found that crafting myself as I see fit is the chiefest pleasure of all. I’m hoping all that careful thought will pay off come Craglorn, along with the absurd amount of time I put into ZeniMax’s game over the last month. I just wish it came sooner. For people who don’t have the time to throw at this like I do, Veteran Rank 10 must seem like a myth. If ZeniMax isn’t careful, it’ll chase off too many of them regardless of the quality of content that waits at the end.

Relied on trail mix to succeed in becoming Emperor in The Elder Scrolls Online

If it’s good to be the king, then being Emperor must be a pretty nice gig, too. The Elder Scrolls Online’s first player-emperor goes by the name “Morkulth.” He has his own battle cry and a horse named Moonbeam. In a new interview at the official ESO website, Morkulth says he relied on his guildmates, early access to the game, and a lot of trail mix to make it to the top.

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Reaching the rank of Emperor in ESO reflects success in specific PvP alliance war campaign events. Players who top the leaderboard for each campaign ascend to the fictional throne and get a full skill tree that lasts the life of the character. Now, these skills lines are a big deal in ESO, as the way they morph and change has a tremendous impact on how the game feels and the kinds of challenges players can overcome. If I could imagine an imperial gift in ESO, this might be it. And I’m sure Morkulth gets some bragging rights as well, even as the high elf sorcerer was full of praise for those who helped him achieve this.

“It was a little nerve-wracking, to be honest,” Morkulth tells developer Zenimax Online Media. “I was not expecting to be on the top of the leaderboard because I started a little behind some other members who were in the campaign. I had confidence, though, in my ability to stay to the plan I had set up for myself and follow through with my goals. It felt great to open up my mail and see a beautiful costume ready for use. I was elated that I had the support of great guilds like Entropy Rising and PRX, my trusty steed Moonbeam, and my mara partner Grimalkin. Without the combined efforts of everyone it could not have been accomplished.”

Asked how he prepared for his battle to the Ruby Throne, Morkulth tells Zenimax, “I prepared by having lots of trail mix at hand if the fight was to go into the late hours of the night and making sure I stayed rested (physically). To stay motivated, I kept my eyes on the prize.”

If you’re curious about who else has been able to reach the emperor rank since the game’s release last month, Zenimax says it is planning a series of interviews to highlight these unique players. For more on ESO, check out our review.

You won’t believe what color this horse is


Let’s start our time together today by playing a game! The game is this: You have until you hit the “continue reading” button to figure out what color this horse (well, technically a unicorn) is. I think you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

This picture comes from reader Becca: “Here is my EverQuest 2 Fury, Sarense, riding her mighty steed. I spent a few hours grinding out candy hearts to get this mount, which shoots hearts out of his eyes and hooves (unfortunately not captured here). He’s a hardcore stallion. Look at his cocky stare. He knows thatyou know he’s a badass.”

My apologies in advance for our colorblind readers who think that this game is unfair. I’ll tell you the answer to be fair: It’s purple. Shh! Don’t tell the rest of our readers, OK?

Have the collective wounds from Free Realms’ closing healed yet? I would be doubtful, especially in the case of reader Space Cobra. He sent in a portrait of one of the game’s unsung casualties.

“Here is the last day of roaming/swimming around on this character,” he wrote. “I had him since beta, and I even used the name ‘Space Cobra’ for beta, but when it went to live, there was a glitch that said the name was taken (by me, but I couldn’t delete the wiped beta character), so I just created this name. I scored the penguin-mask in a set of cards I acquired when SOE used to sell the physical card game in stores; this was done only in the first expansion or two, and then they decided to just sell digitally. Maybe that was a mistake in retrospect, although this was near the end of the card-game boom and people were tired of card games, but any marketing items are advertising!

“What was good about the mask was that it lasted a long time and it was easy to refresh. So in essence, I was always a small, baby penguin. I got lots of attention because the item was rare, although there was a shorter version. I think they made changes to the item and the game sorta treated it strangely near the end, but I could still get it to work. I will miss the mask and the game!”

The Elder Scrolls Online screenshot parade continues, this time from reader Will. He’s taking a break from the slaughter and in-game book reading to lay down a little classical jazz on us.

“While doing a bit of PvP, my buddy Rick and I decided that we we’re tired of getting to a keep, only to find that it had already been taken or lost,” Will said. “After looking around the map a bit, we realized there’s a bit of PvE content in our PvP soup and somehow managed to weasel ourselves behind enemy lines, winding up in Cheydinhal. After a bit of sneaking about the town, we set up shop, with a few other companions, atop a building and rained unholy fire, arrows, and life siphoning down on folks of the opposing factions as they went to turn in quests with only the warning of our lute to warn them of the impending bloodshed. Let it be known, you should never mess with a Minstrel.”

You know what’s tough? When you guys send me in a huge batch of excellent screenshots and go, “Pick one!” That’s my weekly Sophie’s Choice, right there. It’s terrible and it makes me break down crying each and every time. They’re just all so great! Don’t make me choose!

Reader Cim submitted several great Star Wars: The Old Republic screenies, but this one called to me. It looks so dang cool that I wish I could be there in person and then lean up against the glass to look down at the planet. Head rush!

Your screenshot challenge for the week is to take a picture of a sight, object, or even creature that you feel is unique to the entire MMO genre. What does your game have that others do not? Show us!

Gildenglitch led to massive gold propagation in The Elder Scrolls Online

The drama picked up again: In recent days and weeks, a glitch in The Elder Scrolls Online was discovered, by which one has received extremely much gold in no time – ZeniMax can not splash out and grabs hard by.

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It is as always: A MMO we published and a certain circle of players sets off to find a glitch or error in the system. This is what happened now at The Elder Scrolls Online , where you could duplicate items on the guild system of time and has therefore arg quickly to an extreme sum of gold.

After the glitch was made public a few days ago, Zenimax turned off for a certain time from the guilds databases and corrected the error. All those players who have knowingly benefited from the Duping bug, were then brutally locked. So it should stay that way in the future when new bugs see the light of the world. The official statement takes her under this post linked.
Have you noticed the error?

Reader Reviews For The Elder Scrolls Online Between Skyrim And Wow

Actually, I had not write a review before at all. I have not played that much and not seen by far all of ESO. But I feel so slow on the nerves anywhere to read (on forums, Youtube, etc.) the game is crap, WOW is much better anyway. These people have probably never played the game but my they would now widely publish their hatred triads. In this respect, this should be only a small buy recommendation here. In my review I write only about what I’ve experienced so far, so can not even write about PVP and so on. Maybe I submit that sometime after yet.


Anyone familiar with the Elder Scrolls games, will know that was to express the main story in the predecessors to make it mild tingles not much. The ESO is indeed but very neat. Clear a little clichéd, but for an MMO in order. The Daedrafürst Molag Bal has won by his henchmen control of Tamriel. Now this same henchman rushes the three alliances Ebonheart pact dagger fall Alliance and Aldmeri Dominion against each other to cover up what is going on in Tamriel before him. Molag Bal can namely pile white citizens in his kingdom cold harbor bring. And there it goes also for the player going. The must spend a prisoner in cold harbor namely his time until he manages the outbreak.

Every beginning is hard
I must say at the beginning of ESO has me not the least bit motivated. I did not really know where to go with me, what should I do. I could find no decent armor, let alone a horse (the nag namely costs 17,200 gold, which is a sheer enormous sum), everything seemed a bit dull. But after some time I have to see me and it started to be fun.

From forth gameplay, ESO is strongly oriented to Elder Scrolls. With the left mouse button, we propose to right we block. But you can still dodge in all directions and “special attacks” apply. This one unlocks on skill points. But you can not just freely echoed such attacks, but also the character values ​​up to skill and thus create an individual character. I must say the skill system makes me pretty fun because you get skill points relatively often. Not only by level rises, but also through quests and sky shards. The latter in particular has greatly contributed to urge to discover at ESO. Discover is namely also very important here. Time here and sometimes there is a box with precious stuff around, or you come across an interesting dungeon, or, or, or …. Otherwise, there’s still a nice crafting system. I have it still not all the way through looks, but very motivated. The quests in ESO fun, because it is not to “kill ten wolves, collect six medicinal herbs” limited. The quests are most quite a contiguous series of quests that you should play completely, since it is the thick, bold reward is only at the end. In principle, it is recommended a lot to questing, there simply cut down monsters are no EP. So let us briefly together: There is a dynamic combat system, a strong applied on Discover world, crafting an exciting and honest varied quests. So much for the RPG aspects, now for the part with the other people. To this end, I can not say much because I still could try PVP neither great PVE. However, it does at the beginning of almost everything alone. Quest you can with several games I’ve not yet seen. Nevertheless, a very often a player runs one done for a short distance along on the way to the quests. Example White a strong opponent knocks. At the end there still to say that some dungeons, especially the anchor of Molag Bal are crowded so hopeless that strong opponents and bosses may make acquaintance with their Creator in a few seconds. The enemies scale namely not of their strength.

Graphically, ESO for a decent MMORPG out more because I have not expected. Especially the large game world (which unfortunately is not related, which is a shame) is beautifully designed and looks sometimes from right impressive. Very disturbing, however, are still some bugs. So I can no longer continue playing with a my character because the fell suddenly and without warning through the floor and I do not get high. When a character’s armor seems downright festgeschweist. I put a piece of armor that is from (in inventory) he has yet to even.

As I said, my experience only refer to a few hours play time so the rating is not must be my final and the sin here rather my first impressions above. I love the game in any case if fun. The problem that opens up, however, is that it is oriented on one side too much of Skyrim, on the other too much on MMO. Thus, the average is not always true. I hope ZeniMax there’s subsequently files, because in some places still needs a little be filed. One should ESO at any rate it a try.

Elder Scrolls Online Builds Guide

The most creative aspect of The Elder Scrolls Online, is the building of ones character. With the ability to put your skill points into several different areas, it allows players to come up with their own unique ideas and builds, and most importantly builds that suit their play-style. In most games, you’ll be able to find one or two builds that are simply better than anything else — that isn’t the case with ESO builds, there are literally hundreds of great builds, and it’s up to you to create them.


ESO Class Builds
Right here at ESO Guide, we offer a few different builds that you can put to good use. Each one of these builds has a specific play-style behind it, and it is fully explained in the section below the build itself. We encourage players to mess around with these builds — tweak them and mold them into something unique, and then master it!

DK Leveling Build
Nightblade Leveling Build
Sorcerer Leveling Build
Templar Leveling Build
Should Class Really Affect Your Build?
Well, the short answer is yes, but not to the point you’d normally expect. Although making a build that compliments your class is effective, you can still come up with some unorthodox things, such as a Sorcerer with dual wielding swords. Now, that may not be the most viable build in the game, but it’s something you could definitely experiment with in The Elder Scrolls Online.

For those seeking a truly elite build, you’d want a solid race-class-build package, such as a Khajiit Nightblade with Dual wielding daggers. It’s important to note that there are plenty of other aspects to a build than just the weapons you wield, building involves leveling up various abilities and types of gear. However, like I said, starting off with a solid race and class combination is helpful to ensuring your build will be effective — this is the easiest way to start a good build, and the most important tip in this ESO Builds Guide.

Is it a Bad Idea to put All Points into one Area?
Again, the short answer is yes, but sometimes you can get a pretty solid build by putting the majority of your points into two or three distinctive areas — in-fact, there are a lot of great builds that follow this guideline. On the other hand, if you were to put just a couple points into every single possible area, you’d have a really crappy build (even worse than putting everything into one).

There is no single rule you can follow when building that will guarantee a good combination of skills, and it will take some practice, as well as experimenting before you find one that works really well.

Play-style is Very Important!
I can’t stress this enough, you should really look at your play-style when you’re trying to choose a build. Don’t just find a build online and copy it 100%, other people’s builds can be a great tool, but you should really only use them as a starting point — make sure you tweak them to make it your own.

Your play-style can be anything you want, it all depends on what you’re most comfortable with and what you want to do. If you want to be something who stays behind and heals their allies, and provides buffs for a group, that’s a great idea to start a build off with. Now, if you want to be a tank who is up on the front lines of battle, you wouldn’t want anything to do with the abilities you’d select as a support/healer.

Once you decide on a base play-style, start adding different elements to that play-style; something along the lines of a support/healer who focuses on melee buffs and AoE healing, is a complete build idea.

What Next?
After you’ve decided on a specific play-style you want to assume with this build, start searching for a sample build that you can alter to your specifications. It doesn’t have to be an exact replica of your idea (regarding the sample), if you’re looking for something like the build mentioned in the previous section, you’d only need something like a melee support/healer build — and you can throw in the AoE elements yourself

I hope you’ve been helped by this Elder Scrolls Online Builds Guide, and good luck on creating your next build! Make sure to check out some of our builds right here at ESO Guide.