The Elder Scrolls Anthology

If you love The Elder Scrolls series then September can't come soon enough!

You know that moment when you’re talking about having nothing to talk about and then all of a sudden… Wham! Bam! Kapowa! You find something out that changes the future for you? Well I had that a few minutes ago.

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I realized I hadn’t posted anything on here since my internship and desperately wanted something to write about so I keep from rusting my bones. When I got home I checked my Facebook post and I saw the picture from above. I looked who posted it and saw it was the official Elder Scrolls Facebook page. My heart skipped a beat. All I’ve ever wanted, at least for the past few years, is to play every Elder Scrolls game from beginning to end. While I’ve completed both Oblivion and Skyrim, IV and V respectively (multiple times mind you), I have never played any of the previous games due to owning a Mac and a PS3. Well I am soon getting a gaming PC and seeing this makes me want one even more.

I’m curious as to how Arena and Daggerfall hold up after all these years to someone who didn’t start playing games until around 1995. It’ll be interesting to see if it’s enjoyable for a fan who was introduced in with Oblivion and whom has only put in about ten hours in Morrowind, due to never owning a copy.

 

 

Enough of the ranting. According to Game Informer it will be released on September 10th solely for PC and will take $79.99 out of your wallet. I think that’s a fair price for a beautiful collection of maps, artwork, and such brilliantly crafted fantasy games.


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Zach Long
I have two goals in life. 1)Publish a novel and 2) write a questline in a core Elder Scrolls game. Until then, I spend my 9-5 performing IT support. The rest of my time is spent: playing games, going on hikes with my Wife and our Corgi, or planning D&D sessions that will never happen.