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The Elder Scrolls: Arena
The Elder Scrolls Anthology is out now in Europe, and Bethesda has kindly sent us over the content list and pricing in case you missed them earlier in the month.
The Elder Scrolls: Arena has been age-rated by the Australian Classification Board, suggesting Bethesda’s first Elder Scrolls outing is heading towards some kind of re-release.