Daggerfall for free!!!

Admittedly I’m a little late with this one but seeing as it’s my duty to bring you all the best Retro gaming news I think it’s still worth noting.  The second game in Bethesda Softworks ground breaking, open world, first person RPG series The Elder Scrolls has been made available to downloaded for free (legally) directly from the Bethesda site.

Featuring (for the time) amazing 3D visuals and a massive world to explore.  You’ll need something along the lines of DOSBox to run it under modern operating systems (unless you haven’t upgraded your computer since 1995, in which case you’ll be fine but you’re probably not reading this anyway).

It’s worth looking at just to see the roots of the famous franchise (the first game, Arena, is there too) but compared to Oblivion the early games are unrelentingly difficult.

Go and take a peek here.

Article from Gamersyndrome.com

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  1. This is awesome news. I played the first one they had on their site a couple of years ago (I think it was a couple of years ago, long enough to not remember the time at least :P). The change from these first two, to the third is unbelievable. Anyway thanks for the heads up, bit annoying I have to run it through DOSBox though, as its one of those pieces of software which is now on my pc but I never use :P.

  2. Brilliant, this was one of my favorite games back in the day. It’s probably one of the biggest games in terms of size in history, without a doubt.

    Did they clean up some of the bugs? I recall it being quite a buggy game.

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