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Tuesday, April 6, 2004

UT2K4 DVD Rerelease

According to HomeLAN Fed, Atari and Epic are rereleasing the DVD version of Unreal Tournament 2004. From what I understand, it will just be the two DVDs and not include the headset and metal "napkin holder." I've heard a lot of whining about this. It's good to know that someone is listening. Of course, there will probably be whining now from people who paid a king's ransom for a copy of the Special Edition on eBay. I hope this prompts more and more companies to release games on DVD. Thanks Beyond Unreal.

Monday, April 5, 2004

Happy 10th, Elder Scrolls

Ten years ago this month, Bethesda Softworks released Arena, the first of many games in the Elder Scrolls universe (you may have heard of the most recent, a little game called Morrowind). To celebrate, Bethesda has put up a chronology of the games and has made Arena available for download. Find it all, along with a giveaway, here.

I still have the December 1993 issue of Computer Gaming World with the extensive Arena preview. It looked highly cool, but my old 286-12 was far short of the steep hardware requirements (385-25, 4MB RAM). Just a few years later I ended up spending far too many hours on its successor, Daggerfall. Those were some great games.

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