The Elder Scrolls Anthology Announced

Written by Andrew Moynihan on Sun, Aug 4, 2013 8:43 AM
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Game of the Year editions are nothing new, and there's always been anthology versions to remind you of your history.

The Elder Scrolls Anthology will bring you every single Elder Scrolls game and expansion released, which should take you a bit of time to get through...

Of course, just as much playtime in the Elder Scrolls games is sat in Mods, which is why it's lucky you can still get all of the mods you want for Morrowind and Oblivion over at TESNexus (as well as Skyrim of course).

The total contents of this version are:

       The Elder Scrolls Arena

       The Elder Scrolls 2: Daggerfall

       The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind
       Tribunal, Bloodmoon Expansions

       The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion
       Knights of the Nine, Shivering Isles DLC

       The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
       Dawnguard, Hearthfire, Dragonborn DLC's

 

When we said everything, we meant it! the Anthology will cost you £50 to take home, but does come with 5 full maps of each of the game's areas, meaning you don't have to follow the natty wooden signs to Vivec and get lost repeatedly.

Do you guys want to finish off your Elder Scrolls collection, or do you already have all of the content? Tell us what you think of it below.

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21:41 Aug-27-2013

:) getting this mostley for oblivion ( best Elder scroll game IMO)

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00:05 Aug-06-2013

How will you play Daggerfall and Arena?

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01:43 Aug-06-2013

My guess is that it's been converted for modern os. :)

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02:48 Aug-06-2013

there's a DOS emulator included :) the way I understand it.

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10:22 Aug-05-2013

Well, I won't be able to buy this but I'll print some maps instead. :D

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03:39 Aug-05-2013

I just preordered today! Oh the sexiness... &#603 Nostalgia boner, anyone?

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03:37 Aug-05-2013

WANT!

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23:54 Aug-04-2013

I'm drooling at the sight of this.

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23:38 Aug-04-2013

I'll pass, I'd much rather buy each of the games separately. Besides, Arena and Daggerfall are free.

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00:03 Aug-05-2013

but you can't easily buy the complete version of the other three for less than that :) plus the maps would be nice too for a collector.

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00:34 Aug-05-2013

My mind is made up.

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00:36 Aug-05-2013

suit yourself.

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23:34 Aug-04-2013

O.O I so want...and only 16 bucks more than the LE of Skyrim, which I haven't bought, since I have the CE of the game, I'm just missing the DLCs, plus it comes with the other games too, I'm so on that, assuming I have the cash.

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21:32 Aug-04-2013

The 1st two are still worth playing if you can stand the eye strain from the old graphics =P
But then I already have them, I also have both real 486 and P1 computers in my stockpile to play them on so no emulators needed lol

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18:35 Aug-04-2013

I'd posted that before u did in my 2nd blog..
Check this out..!

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21:32 Aug-04-2013

why i got a thumbs down..??

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22:44 Aug-04-2013

I noticed that... :S This one probably got published though because he's an admin.

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17:08 Aug-04-2013

£50 - $76, The Legendary addition of Skyrim on Steam is $60, Oblivion GOTY is $25 and Morrowind GOTY is $20 (All of that is $105). This is an awesome idea! It would save us Americans about $25 plus Daggerfall and Arena! I can't wait for this to be released!

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13:15 Aug-04-2013

whats the release date?
and does it include anything else accept the games and maps?

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14:59 Aug-04-2013

Take into account it includes pc versions of older ones such as Arena which weren't even originally on PC... and the emulators have terrible performance.

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15:20 Aug-04-2013

ARENA was released on pc in 1994 it was on CD and floppy disc I remember my dad had it on our first computer, it ran in dos :/

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21:20 Aug-04-2013

I think you have it backward.. Arena was released in 1992 (US) on only PC for MS-DOS. Daggerfall was in 1996 also only for DOS..

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15:30 Aug-04-2013

Yeah, but on what OS? Wow I didn't know it was free now... so that means they're just slapping it in the package to add more value.

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15:31 Aug-04-2013

yeah the DOS emulators are no good

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03:38 Aug-05-2013

That is BS. DOSBox runs games smoothly and nicely, especially these two gems. Please, tell me your definition of a "good DOS emulator", because even my grandparents' crappy PC with integrated AMD Radeon 4200 graphics can run it like it is slicing a hot knife through butter!

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15:40 Aug-04-2013

Think we had something like Windows 3.1 or Windows 95 something daft like that. But it ran in dos and was full of bugs so was daggerfall.

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16:18 Aug-04-2013

You're trolling me. There was a windows 3.1? e_e

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16:31 Aug-04-2013

Yep came before 95 it was a dos based OS. Hope arena and daggerfall have been optimized for win 7

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11:56 Aug-04-2013

If I didn't have all the games, I could buy this... Or in the other hand I just buy this, I really want those maps :)

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11:24 Aug-04-2013

I own half of these still getting it.

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11:12 Aug-04-2013

I have all the games and skyrim and skyrim legendary edition and will still buy this

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10:20 Aug-04-2013

they should really make those wooden signs better
i cant see the damn names properly even if i use the HD texture pack

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11:42 Aug-04-2013

Dude there is a mod for the signs lol. Its called HiRes Road Signs. Get the worn version as the default is pretty unrealistic.

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10:02 Aug-04-2013

As far as I know, Daggerfall and Arena are free and both won't run on newer the newer OSs...

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10:10 Aug-04-2013

That's probably (I'm not sure, but i hope so at least) the point of this: remade so it can be ran without emulator :3

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11:58 Aug-04-2013

Both games will be ran on an DOS-emulator, at least Amazon says so.

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11:08 Aug-04-2013

And another reason nut to get this: You can get Skyrim LE for £17 on Amazon...

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11:44 Aug-04-2013

This includes every feature LE has. I don't even see the point of LE as pretty much everyone has all the DLCs and patched...

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09:25 Aug-04-2013

Arena and Daggerfall are free anyway. Morrowind and Oblivion you can get at prices as low as 3.99 euros and Skyrim is cheaper now anyway. I don't think it's worth it, honestly, except for the maps and the amazing feeling of buying a brand new copy of a game released twenty years ago. Are the soundtracks included, at least?

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09:25 Aug-04-2013

Where the elder scrolls legends battlespire or the elder scrolls travels redgaurd

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03:41 Aug-05-2013

They are spin-offs (as said by Bethesda themselves) an not part of the main storyline. Therefore, they are not included.

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Nerdgasm

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