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The Elder Scrolls Anthology - PC

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The Elder Scrolls Anthology - PC

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  • Arena: The Anthology features the original version of Arena and will launch within a DOS emulator.
  • Daggerfall: The ancient golem Numidium, a powerful weapon once used to unify Tamriel has once again been unearthed. The Anthology features the original version of Daggerfall and will launch within a DOS emulator.
  • Morrowind: To fulfill an ancient prophecy, the Emperor sends you, to the island of Vvardenfell to rid the land of Morrowind of a dark curse. Also includes: Tribunal and Bloodmoon add-ons, plus The Elder Scrolls Construction Set.
  • Oblivion: With the Empire ready to crumble, the gates of Oblivion open and demons march upon the land. In the shadow of evil, a hero will rise from the ashes of a fallen Empire. Also includes: Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles expansions.
  • Skyrim: Dragons, long lost to the passages of the Elder Scrolls, have returned to Tamriel. Also includes: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn add-ons.
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Easy to install, includes the entire series + bonus materialThe Elder Scrolls series is one of my all-time favorite role-playing games. I remember being first introduced to Elder Scrolls - Daggerfalls (or ES II) back in my college days. I hadn't heard of the series, nor did I know anything about Bethesda. After watching my friend play for about 30 minutes, I immediately decided to pick up ES II and have been playing this series ever since. The programmers at Bethesda outdo themselves each time they release a new game. Keeping some of the best from the previous version and adding in new features, better graphics, and always improving the soundtrack and story with each go. What's not to like about a company that takes this much pride in their work.This particular box-set comes with all five games (ES I and ES II are pre-windows, so require the use of the included DosBox software to make them work; ES III, IV, V are installed via Steam) and the expansions for the later part of the series. Not a bad deal for the $25 I paid to pick this up. Even for the normal market price (which seems to be hovering around $50), it is still a great deal if you don't have any of the series already and love RPGs.The one issue that most people may have is the requirement to register the games with Steam to play/install. I get it that many people are not fans of the online/non physical gaming systems out there and love having copies of their software on hand, so they can install it whenever they want. Steam, however, has made this experience as painless as possible - while offering some really unique features (like player created content for free download) that you can't get with a standalone disc. Inside the box you will find a Steam code, which you simply type into your Steam account (free, by the way) and it will activate ES III Game of the Year edition, ES IV GOTY, and ES V with all three expansions. It's that simple. I was able to install the 4GB+ ES V game in what seemed like eternity, but actually was only about 20 minutes without any issue. The game stays patched inside Steam and as previously stated - tons of user created free content that you can install to augment your gaming experience.The entire package is fairly well done - from the construction of the book-like disc holders with graphics, maps, and Steam key located inside, to the box that holds this disc holder so that it stays in good shape for many years to come. The maps, as pointed out on countless other reviews, are simply printed on regular paper instead of the old "designer" stuff, but hey - this is a great deal, so I'm not too worried about how the map is printed. There are no manuals included, but you do get access to them online - which may turn some people off - but again...one less thing to keep track of and once online, it will likely always be online, as people make backups of backups on the internet.Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase and this box-set. While I already owned ES II - IV, this box-set has given me a great way to organize all my games into one area and again - the $25 I spent for the entire Anthology is still cheaper than what I would have cost me to get the "Platinum" version of ES V - Skyrim. Now to immerse myself in the game...hopefully remembering to eat and drink on occasion.5This is a pretty outstanding product.When I heard that there were plans to release all the Elder Scrolls games with their expanded content in one physical package, I knew that I had to purchase it. I've been wanting physical copies of Arena and Daggerfall for years but have never been able to obtain them, so that alone was reason enough for me.What I received was exactly what I was expecting, and as good as I could have hoped. The box is a very high quality, with beautiful inserts for each of the discs. I'm usually not a fan of paper sleeves in these types of packages, but they were done well with this package. The included maps for each area really tops everything off nicely.If I had to scrape together any complaints, it might be that Skyrim requires that you install it on Steam. I've never been a big fan of tying my physical game discs to an online account or service, but it's a fairly small gripe that only reflects my old-fashioned game collecting sensibilities.This is a great package for game collectors who would love to have all of these games in one box, and the asking price is fantastic. How can you go wrong?5Requires Steam and Internet to download, install, and verify. Arena-Morrowind won't run on Windows 8The games are great, however you have to have internet in order to download and install them through Steam. Then you have to have offline mode on in order to play offline after you get everything verified and you have to be online after you download them and verify them at least ONCE which can be a hassle if you're traveling about and just want to play games offline when not at home. With really fast internet (2Mb ps to 5Mb ps dowload speed) it takes about 4-5 hours to download Skyrim, Oblivion, and Morrowind.ALSO side note, it is impossible to play Morrowind, Daggerfall, or Arena on Windows 8 unless you use DosBox to run it in 32 bit since they weren't designed for 64 bit OS and something about Windows 8 won't let them hardly work at all from my experience and I've researched it, but there might be a way to get it to run but I couldn't.Other than that the games are very nice, comes with maps for some of the games showing the provinces and areas.4A legendary setThis is one of those reviews that I'm almost embarrassed to publish. Let me say I've been an RPG gamer for as long as I can remember. I still remember putting The Legend of Zelda on NES in layaway back in 1986. My dad wouldn't let me pay over twenty dollars for a video game back then and if I remember right, it was fifty. I was only eleven or twelve. I paid on it every other week until I had it in my hands and spent the entire summer playing it. A second major game came along in summer of 1990. Final Fantasy on the NES. I spent that summer playing it. So much in fact, I even loaded up the NES, the game, the maps and took them on vacation with us.The Elder Scrolls replaced both of those for me. Even as an overworked dad and husband, I've developed what I consider a healthy obsession with the Elder Scrolls and Fallout too. The Elder Scrolls games let me get away from the stress of daily life. I recently made the switch from console gamer to PC gamer and bought this set while Amazon had it on sale for twenty dollars. I figured I wouldn't use it since I do like Steam, but wanted this set anyway. I now own these versions of the Elder Scrolls games:Skyrim: (Xbox 360) Vanilla and Legendary, (PS3) Legendary, (PC) Steam LegendaryOblivion: (Xbox 360) Game of the Year with all downloaded add-ons like Vile Lair, (PC) Steam Deluxe Game of the Year Edition and this physical copy.Morrowind: (Xbox) Game of the Year played on Xbox 360For me, these three games become completely "new" on PC. This is the order of my favorites of these three and it's important to the review.Skyrim - On console it has been the best of the three for me. I don't care for the leveling up system in it, but the combination of graphics, realistic gore, story and atmosphere makes it my favorite.Morrowind - A game I had trouble liking at first on the console. It feels a little clunky, everything you "see" is outdated, but the leveling up is very fun, the atmosphere is good despite the lower-end graphics and the story is good.Oblivion - To me it's the most overrated on consoles. Skyrim's setting is near perfect. It's icy, it's cold, there are animals you would expect to see in cold areas. Morrowind is dark and moody which fits it well. Oblivion is set in Cyrodill and it's similar to North America in climate with the southern region being marshy, lots of water, the central region being green and flat, both coasts have water all along them and the northern parts get into mountainous, snowy conditions, but that's it. It's as if they created this beautiful lush continent for Oblivion, but forgot to add much to the outside parts of the game. You can run across half of Oblivion's map without being attacked once. There are wolves, the occasional Minotaur, but most of the outside area seems wasted.Having said that, Oblivion on the PC has the most potential since the modding community has added thousands of mods for it. More wildlife, even lusher graphics, it's kind of like taking Skyrim's outdoor adventures and adding it to Oblivion. I've already played the modded PC version for 114 hours. I barely had that much on the console version and I'm nowhere near finished with the PC version.Morrowind has the great graphics overhaul mod. Though I agree with other Elder Scrolls players who say you should play Morrowind without it at least for one playthrough. The mod makes it prettier, it takes away some of the dark atmosphere, but it makes it much nicer to look at it and easier on your eyes. There's also weapon and armor mods that improve those.Skyrim falls to the bottom on the PC since in my opinion, it was the best on console, there's some nice graphic mods for weapons and armor, but it was already near perfect for me, not counting the too easy leveling up system.I've been very happy with this anthology. As others have noted, the Skyrim that comes with this set is a Steam code. Also should be noted, the Oblivion that comes with this set is the Game of the Year edition. I had already bought the Deluxe GotY edition on Steam which includes those small add-ons like Vile Lair, Wizard's Tower, etc...I've read others say if you install Oblivion GotY from this set through Steam you'll get the Deluxe Edition, but I can't verify that since I already had it downloaded to my Steam account before buying this set. I also agree with the others who say you really don't "need" this anthology if you already have these games on Steam. I haven't tried Daggerfall or Arena, but will eventually. All in all, combining the console versions and PC versions, I've put in over 1,200 hours in these 3 games over the last 5-6 years. I probably still have another 1,200 hours to go with all these mods.5Worth the priceLike it says, it's the anthology. It comes with maps of Tamriel as well as individual countries like Cyrodiil, Skyrim, etc. The games all come inside a bound cardboard book on individual discs, with a storage space and description for each - including all DLC and expansion packs. The TES1 and 2 discs just install the game and a DOSbox shortcut to run them, naturally. Overall this anthology lacks any collector's items like Fallout 4 but, unlike Fallout 4, the games aren't all bundled in one DLC code. The only games not i n t his collection are Online, and Skyrim Special Edition, which came out afterwards.5 Awesome game and Awesome deal! Great quality Great game anthology. Great price, good quality product and gaming, arrived in decent time, and is a great value.Skyrim alone costs around $20 usually. So this is a great deal for all 5 games in physical disc format in a box set with maps. Very nice quality container/box/book. Nice texture with gold inlayed words and design.Skyrim requires Steam program to run/play. Steam is free. When you insert Skyrim in your PC to install, it will first install Steam. However it kept messing up every time it tried to install Steam saying error at that time. So I cancelled and went to the Steam website and installed through the site. Then I inserted Skyrim again and it worked perfect.When I entered my product key (found on the paper inside the book) Morrowind and Oblivion also showed up in my Steam game library, along with Skyrim. Since it's a bundled product. I don't think they require Steam to play hower ever. But I haven't tried them yet.I first played Morrowind on Xbox. Which is how I fell in love with the games. I am used to playing with a controller so I use a Wireless Windows Xbox 360 controller. Note to controller users who play: Turn Steam on Big Picture mode. This way you can change the settings for the controller with Steam. This is the only way you can take screenshots that you can post to your Steam. You can change which buttons you use to screenshot on Big Picture mode as well. It's basically for controller users I think.Steam allows players to connect with others who play the same games. You can purchase games on steam. They offer tons of games. You have a profile with your games library, screenshots, your artwork, badges, etc. Join and/make groups. Find workshops that give you MODS you can subscribe to. Which will install into your specified game. I've gotten lots of add ons for Skyrim including Harry Potter spells! Add and chat with friends. And much much more.Note for Steam use: Some Steam features will not be available to you. Unless you have already used Steam and purchased through them or been gifted a game/etc. You need to either make a purchase or get a gift and add it to your games. My friend sent me a game on sale for 0.14 and I accepted it and added it to my library. Then my Steam account had full access to everything. Such as: I have beta turned on and I wanted to broadcast my gameplay so friends could watch me play live. This wasn't available with my account due to restrictions. Restrictions that couldn't be removed until I had purchased a game etc. To gain full access. It's something to do with security and etc etc I forget exactly. Anyways, other than that little bit, it's been awesome and fun! I love Steam and connecting and sharing with people there. And I love these games! Been playing Skyrim and I love it (yes sometimes I use cheats lol) I really recommend this!!5Awesome anthology for The Elder Scrolls. Must have collection. Hours of fun and enjoyment. A+++The Elder Scrolls Anthology was a very good buy. You get a group of Elder Scroll games all in one box. Included are: Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion and Skyrim.I definitely recommend this game set. Getting all these games in one set brings you hours and hours of fun as well as saves you a lot of money if you have not purchased these games previously.The price is good on Amazon. If you have Amazon Prime, the 2-day Free shipping is very nice. If you can get this at a good price, grab it.The Elder Scrolls Anthology features all five critically-acclaimed games, plus official add-ons in a premium collectible box set beginning with The Elder Scrolls: Arena and concluding with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary Edition. The Anthology also includes a set of five physical maps detailing Tamriel, Iliac Bay, Morrowind, Cyrodiil and Skyrim.ArenaAssume the role of a lone prisoner and travel to Tamriel's most famous and dangerous sites to collect the shattered Staff of Chaos and save the Empire from the evil Imperial battlemage, Jagar Tharn. The Anthology features the original version of Arena and will launch within a DOS emulator.DaggerfallThe ancient golem Numidium, a powerful weapon once used to unify Tamriel has once again been unearthed. In the power struggle that follows, the King of Daggerfall is murdered and his vengeful spirit haunts the kingdom. The Emperor Uriel Septim VII sends you on a heroic path to put the king's spirit to rest and ensure that the golem does not fall into the wrong hands. The Anthology features the original version of Daggerfall and will launch within a DOS emulator.MorrowindTo fulfill an ancient prophecy, the Emperor sends you, an unknown Imperial courier, to the island of Vvardenfell to rid the land of Morrowind of a dark curse. Through a series of dangerous and magical quests, you are transformed into one of the Empire's most enduring heroes. Also includes: Tribunal and Bloodmoon add-ons, plus The Elder Scrolls Construction Set.OblivionWith the Empire ready to crumble, the gates of Oblivion open and demons march upon the land. In the shadow of evil, a hero will rise from the ashes of a fallen Empire. You must find the true heir of the Septim line and restore him to the Imperial throne, while unraveling the sinister plot that threatens to destroy all of Tamriel. Also includes: Knights of the Nine and Shivering Isles expansions.SkyrimDragons, long lost to the passages of the Elder Scrolls, have returned to Tamriel. The future of Skyrim, even the Empire itself, hangs in the balance as they wait for the prophesized Dragonborn to come; a hero born with the power of The Voice, and the only one who can stand amongst the dragons. Also includes: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn add-ons.The Elder Scrolls ArenaThe Elder Scrolls II: DaggerfallThe Elder Scrolls III: MorrowindThe Elder Scrolls III DLC: TribunalThe Elder Scrolls III DLC: BloodmoonThe Elder Scrolls IV: OblivionThe Elder Scrolls IV DLC: Knights of the NineThe Elder Scrolls IV DLC: Shivering IslesThe Elder Scrolls V: SkyrimThe Elder Scrolls V DLC: DawnguardThe Elder Scrolls V DLC: HearthfireThe Elder Scrolls V DLC: Dragonborn5Great for fans or newcomers, but missing something...My first Elder Scrolls game started with Oblivion as I never had a system to run the previous ones, but it was pretty easy to get into the previous three and explore the first worlds and lore that has been set for the Elder Scrolls universe. The Anthology does a great job combining all five games with all the expansions in one package, along with the maps and an Elder Scrolls Online sticker.Still, I miss physical manuals. Oblivion's manual is one of my favorites for any game, and I don't think paying $80 should include a piece of paper that tells me to go online to find them. This is nitpicking, and doesn't warrant removing a star.So, what comes in the box?DVDs for:Elder Scrolls: Arena and a DOS emulator (this game came out in 1994)Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, also with a DOS emulator (1996)Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind with Bloodmoon and Tribunal expansions (2002)Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion with Shivering Isles and Knights of the Nine and other minor expansionsElder Scrolls V: Skyrim with Hearthfire, Dragonborn, and Dawnguard expansionsAlso included, 5 maps for the different areas of each game, but no Shivering Isles map:Skyrim (Skyrim)Cyrodil (Oblivion)Vardenfell (Morrowind)Hammerfell (Arena and Daggerfall)Tamriel (all games)A Steam account is required to activate Skyrim, even if installing from the DVD; this is not required for the other 4 games. If you've never used Steam, it does NOT require a 100% always-on Internet connection, only an initial one to create an account, then activate and download the game. A Steam Key is included, and will also add Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim to your Steam account, but you can install all the games (excluding Skyrim) without Steam if desired.Since Arena and Daggerfall are available for download for free from the official Elder Scrolls website, you're only paying for Morrowind, Oblivion, Skyrim and all the associated expansions. On Steam (as of 9/10/2013), Elder Scrolls 3-5 costs $104 with all the expansions included, so $80 is a nice deal for anyone looking to jump right into the series. If you already have Skyrim with all the DLC, then the Anthology isn't worth the money unless you like nice looking boxes on your shelf and all your games in disc form.The overall quality is good. The box feels solid and has that Elder Scrolls look. The maps are glossy photo-type paper, but are also folded which means they come with creases. It might be asinine to expect them to ship the maps in a tube instead of finding a way of putting them into the game box itself, but it would still be nice to be able to put them on the wall without having a tic-tac-toe box on them.You also get a few glamour shots and a short synopsis of each game printed on the disk "booklet" that contains all the DVDs. This is good for knowing what you're getting into, and reminding you what the particular game is all about.Overall, would I suggest the Elder Scrolls Anthology to someone? The answer is yes, but only if you're a die-hard fan or don't own any (or at least most) of the games. It has solid quality, nice maps, and a cheaper price, so it's a great combination and as time goes on will be an even better deal than it is today. However, if you already own Skyrim with all its expansions, it's probably cheaper to buy the GOTY editions of Morrowind/Oblivion and find the different maps online.4Favorite Collector's Item of 2013I collect Collectors Editions. I don't hide them away in their original packaging I display them all over my house, I open them and I read everything in them and play with the figurines and everything. This Anthology is amazing in my opinion. First let me start with who I think this is for.1. A Collector of Elder Scrolls Games. I say collector because if you started with Oblivion or just picked up Skyrim or even started with Morrowind and want to play the first two they are free on Bethesda's site, go download and play them and buy an expansion to Skyrim if you want to support them.2. Someone who wants to have all of the discs and not hunt down all of the editions and hope the used copy on sale is good enough.3. Crazy people like me who buy every edition of every game they love.Onto the review of the product. As stated in the description you get every Elder Scrolls PC game ever made. Starting with Elder Scrolls Arena. There are instructions on how to install with old DOS / 95 machines or how to configure DOSBox an emulator to play the original game. There is a disc just for Arena in its own slot on the first page of the binder than is covered in fake leather. There are some awesome screen shots of the game along the fold out page that holds the disc and the famous starting quest line quote as the game description. This is what you will find for all of the games. I will not go into detail for each as they are all setup the same and in the back is an ESO decal and maps of the World of ESO.HIGHLY RECOMMENDED and well worth the money just for Skyrim alone, not to mention the entirety of one of the most awarded and praised game series of all time. This game series holds its own with Final Fantasy, Zelda, and Diablo. A true experience that should not be missed by any gamer. Good job Bethesda on offering this amazing product.5Overall I would highly recommend the Anthology since buy just Oblivion and Skyrim separately ...The package was quite fancy and the gaming experience with Oblivion and Skyrim was superb. As an old D&D fan it is the closest I have experienced on a computer sim to the real desktop experience. I'm on a new hp Laptop with Windows 8 installed. The drawback to the Anthology is that Morrowind graphics are dated and so far I have yet to get into that older part of the game. I am new to Elder Scrolls as of the Anthology so I never got to experience ES I, II, III. On my system ES I & II are totally unplayable. The graphics are so pixilated you cannot make out anything. The graphics on Morrowind remind me of the original Deus EX. Cutting edge at the time but really dated now. Oblivion on Windows 8 seems to have some stablility issues. Skyrim only crashes a few times through an entire play-through with no mods. Overall I would highly recommend the Anthology since buy just Oblivion and Skyrim separately will cost more than the Anthology package. Cheers.4
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