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The Elder Scrolls Games
This edition of our show features an episode I recorded with my friend and co-host from the Star Wars Stacks. We got together in 2014, to talk about the Elder Scrolls games. Elder Scrolls is a high fantasy RPG that takes place on the fictional world of Nirn on the Continent of Tamriel, check it out if you haven’t already done so.
A Brief Introduction of Elder Scrolls
The Elders Scrolls game series has been going strong since 1994 and includes Elder Scrolls I: Arena, Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, Battlespire, Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Skyrim has recently been remastered and rereleased for the PC, XBOX One and Playstation 4. Check out the trailer below!
I’ll let our conversation about the games explain in more detail, but suffice it to say Oblivion and Skyrim are at the top of my all-time favorite games list along with Mass Effect (which I released recently) and Knights of the Old Republic, a game I hope to cover down the road with Angela.
This episode was originally published by Treks In Sci Fi (episode 517). Thank you, Rico and Chris, for sharing it with us today. Anomalies, be sure to check out the Star Wars Stacks book review show I do with Chris and Joe and subscribe to Rico’s Treks In Sci-Fi podcast. I was recently a guest on Treks In Sci-Fi and recorded an episode with Rico all about Star Trek: Enterprise. That installment of Rico’s show should be released next Sunday.
Come hell or high water…Angela and I will be back in two weeks with a new show.
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