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The Elder Scrolls: Arena Previews - PC

The Elder Scrolls: Arena
Game Description:The Elder Scrolls Arena is the first chapter in one of the most all-encompassing CRPG's ever created. Nine man years in the making, Arena heralds a new level of CRPG interactivity and depth. From its first person, full screen, 360° rotational movement; to the over 150,000 word story; to the unique Spellmaker™ system where you create thousands of spells from over 80 combinable effects. ARENA includes full character operation, 18 unique character classes, 2,500 magical items, and over 400 cities, towns and villages for you to explore as you journey on your quest to find the Staff of Chaos.
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