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Eat your veggies! If you want to consume all of Bethesda's epic The Elder Scrolls Anthology, you'll have to live to be very, very old.
Today, Bethesda announced The Elder Scroll Anthology, a deluxe packaging of every game, add-on, and expansion in the storied RPG franchise.For $79.99, you'll get:
The Elder Scrolls Arena
The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind o Tribunal o Bloodmoon
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion o Knights of the Nine o Shivering Isles
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim o Dawnguard o Hearthfire o DragonbornFive Physical Maps detailing the lands of Tamriel, Iliac Bay, Morrowind, Cyrodiil, and Skyrim.
The Elder Scrolls Anthology will release on September 10th exclusively for PC.
Our Take:Game collections don't get much bigger than this. While it's worth noting that all of these games are currently available for digital download (Arena and Daggerfall free on Bethesda's website), this is still an incredible value. I don't think that's it's outlandish to suggest you could get well more than 500 hours out of this package depending on how much of a completist you are. I'm also curious to see Arena and Daggerfall, two games I'm not familiar with. Even if you're just a curious about Elder Scrolls, the Skyim and Oblivion content alone makes this worth a purchase.
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That's an amazing deal...
see you in twenty years!
:):):):):) I will get it for sure, one thing that troubles me though is oblivion the steam version or stand alone version? I have all oblivion editions the normal one, the game of the year one and the anniversary one.
Geez that is insane! I would buy it but I got some other games on my priority list.
This is an incredible value. Just wow. Soo much content.
Answer my questions, then take my money:
1. Since I suck as WASD controls will there be gamepad support?
2. Where can I throw my money right now to reserve one?
3. Why hasn't this been done for Fallout (Fallout, Fallout 2, Tactics, Brotherhood of Steel, Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas)?
Wow! Now that's an amazing piece. I already own Skyrim and Oblivion, but not the DLC. This might be something I just can't turn down, even though I'm not much of a PC gamer.
F YOU, BETHESDA! I want my PS3 port! I've heard so much about Morrowind and sadly, I'll never get to play it :(
Sorry Friends, but unless Bethesda restores Skyrim, I can never trust them again to buy any product of theirs...
It is scummy when any developer ruins a game in order to sell the next project they are working on!
For all intensive purposes, "Oblivion" is now the last working product from Bethesda…(Developers ruined Skyrim with their latest "Legendary Patch" that gave it a game ruining "Horrendous Lip Sync Bug", along with many others)...
It is virtually ruined & unplayable now and "They Have No Intentions Of Fixing It!"
They are knowingly selling you a broken & worthless product now, because they think you are too stupid to see them for who they are!
I tell you all: Boycott all Bethesda products, as they are intentionally boycotting “honoring & supporting” their faithful customers... "You"!
(Concerned Town Crier steps down off soapbox for now, bows deeply, and waves goodbye to Bethesda... )
Holy crap. That is a great freaking value.
Does anyone know the system requirements for this ?
Only 500 hours, dude with just Skyrim and Oblivion I've got over 2500 hours of total gameplay. I guess I'm one of those completists you were talking about.