The first game in the famous Elder Scrolls series (Oblivion; Skyrim) was first released by Bethesda Softworks for PC MS-DOS in 1994.
The Elder Scrolls: Arena looks somewhat dated these days, what with its arcane mix of 3D environments and chunky 2D characters (which face you wherever you move to), and it also plays rather strangely too. That said: if you’re an RPG fan then it’s probably a game you must at least have a look at, due to its position as the founding game in the popular series.
Like its sequel – Daggerfall – Arena was released as a free download on Bethesda‘s website, in celebration of the Elder Scrolls series’ tenth anniversary.
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