Reviews and Problems with The Elder Scrolls Anthology
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21 February 2015
Summary: Everyone should note how "bias" an opinion of a fan of a game series really is. Terrific purchase for a terrific series. Without immersion mods Morrowind or earlier for the more hardcore, however with immersion mod Skyrim hands down. The best Elder Scrolls game depends on the you really(duh, I know). The only con to be had is having to use an online game site app to be able to play a game I bought.
Summary: 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.
Summary: I purchased this for my teenager for Christmas. I had been considering Morrowind or Oblivion, which both are priced between $18 to $20. I found this for right near $30 and could not pass it up. There were a couple issues with installation on Windows 8.1, but nothing compatibility mode didn't fix. So far, my child is very pleased with this series.
Summary: Sure, the newest game in the set is ~3 years old. But, I paid this price for just ONE of these games at release. This is a great way to complete the set at a great price. (Even includes "Steam" activation code for Skyrim, Oblivion, and Morrowind.
Summary: if you play rpg's like i do, you cannot go wrong with this bundle. it's got 5 of the best games ever made in the rpg world. all their expansions! and you can redeem 3 of the 5 on steam: Morrowind,Oblivion,Skyrim. my only complaint Walmart is that the corner of my box was cracked which damaged the plastic protective cover. and my discs were all over the place inside the package and thankfully not all scratched so i didn't have to deal with your returns department.
99 for Skyrim - one of the greatest games ever created - is not a bad deal
4 December 2014
Summary: First, let me just say that at a time where gamers are expected to shell out $60+ for new AAA titles, paying $39.99 for Skyrim - one of the greatest games ever created - is not a bad deal, even if it's been out for a while. So what could make that deal even better? How about getting four more games and all of their official expansion packs? Yeah, that sounds incredible.