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Elder Scrolls Anthology Tells the Whole Tale of Tamriel

The Elder Scrolls Anthology brings together all five games from Bethesda’s epic RPG series, plus the official add-ons and five printed maps. If you’ve never before enjoyed the pleasures of Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls RPG series (and you have a taste, or at least a tolerance, for older games) then The…

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Elder Scrolls Anthology’ Collects Two Decades Of Open-World RPGs In One Collection

QuakeCon 2013 started in Dallas yesterday, and Bethesda wasted no time in dropping a big announcement: the “Elder Scrolls Anthology” is coming to PC next month. For a modest $79.99, the anthology comes with every numbered “Elder Scrolls” game and their official expansions and downloadable content. Here’s the run down:…

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Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim: Rampant Bugs Prevent Perfection

In Bethesda’s latest RPG epic two mythical legends return to the kingdom of Skyrim. Mastering the reigns of the air and searing the grassy plains of the earth, are the games various types of Dragons. The second legend returning to the world of Skyrim is you, the Dragon Born. The…

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Kinect mod for Skyrim allows you to unleash Dragon Shouts in a whole new way

So after Microsoft realised the potential of Kinect with the unveiling of the SDK not too long ago, there’s been plenty of additions that can’t help but make us fall in love with the capabilities of the motion sensor that were hidden behind the likes of Rise of Nightmares and…

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The Elder Scrolls: Lord of Souls – book review

In 2009 Greg Keyes released his first book based in the Elder Scrolls universe named The Infernal City. Now this year – no doubt to coincide with the release of Skyrim – the sequel has been released, entitled Lord of Souls. Set in the same time period as The Infernal…

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Does Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim End? Is it worth playing again?

The debate in many a gamer’s minds lately has been whether or not completion of the main questline in Skyrim means the end of the game’s ability to keep our interest.  For a many the answer could be either, but this article will help in explaining the reasons behind both….

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The Elder Scrolls Online gets analyzed on a minute-by-minute basis

They say you need to see it to believe it, so cozy on up to the following gameplay video of The Elder Scrolls Online to judge whether or not this upcoming MMO belongs in the same league as Skyrim. The video’s commentators believe it does, and they spend over 20…

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The Elder Scrolls Online’s rationale for roleplay

After reading the roleplay-oriented AMA that released Monday on the official Elder Scrolls Online website, I resigned myself to the fact that I’m never again going to get to play an MMO with chat bubbles. I will miss you, my lovely communicative vesicle. I shall remember fondly the times you…

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Elder Scrolls:System Requirements

Modern games are beautiful but it is almost impossible to play them without good hardware. What about Elder Scrolls Online? Will there be a necessity to buy new PC for playing it? The answer is no. ESO uses its own engine. It allows to run the game on a wide…

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The Elder Scrolls Online’s gameplay at QuakeCon [Updated]

QuakeCon, hailed as the largest LAN party in North America, kicked off yesterday, and since MMO fans have been clamoring for some uninterrupted Elder Scrolls Online gameplay, ZeniMax chose QuakeCon as the venue to show off its latest addition to the Elder Scrolls franchise. Starting right now (at 1:30 p.m….