Oh look, the fanboys immediatly jump to conclusions and cling onto their beloved WoW...
A warm welcome to Esohead into the ZAM family.If it is half as good as Wowhead, which from what I have seen even from the developing web site, it is and more, then is is a tremendous resource for a new MMO that I am really looking forward to playing for a good while.It has a style of it's own which is different from Wowhead for sure but adds functionality and ease of access to the underlying data resources whilst being a clean and attractive design style. I suspect that the sudden dropping of the NDA caught a lot of budding ESO sites by surprise so some WIP is not unexpected as it was in the early days of Wowhead itself.As to the haters. Well, each to their won as ever. Original reactions were certainly mixed but from more recent beta play and more recent previews they seem to really be bringing it together and proving a lot of people wrong. it's not for everyone especially a bold a move as to marry a much loved single player RPG with the demands of an MMO.Personally, from the time I have had on beta and on some great fan site communities, I can't wait and am more than happy to put down a monthly sub for great content; as I have done with WoW for over 8 years.
So, the big question:Will esohead go the way of guildhead and become totally irrelevant, or will it be more like wowhead and stay relevant. Only time will tell.
Closed beta here i come
Interesting, If I do play Elder Scrolls Online, I will have to make an account there.