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The Elder Scrolls: Daggerfall is the second chapter in the highly acclaimed Elder Scrolls role-playing series. Its predecessor, TES: Arena, won over twenty Best Role Playing Game of the Year awards and set a new level for computer role playing. TES: Daggerfall is the most ambitious CRPG ever created and surpasses the high standard set in Arena.
Daggerfall offers you an opportunity to adventure in total freedom within a world where your destiny is of your own making and consequence evolves from your decisions. A world of love and darkness, magic and sorcery. Whether you choose to follow a quest or to venture out alone, you will interact with thousands of people as you travel across an expansive land in a time of fantasy and imagination.
The largest world ever created for a computer role-playing game. Adventure through thousands of cities, villages, dungeons, graveyards, ruins, castles, shrines and farms.
Interact with thousands of characters, both in dialogue and action.
Involve yourself in a complex world of constantly evolving political intrigue.
Own property and ships, participate in the politics of guilds and other organizations and trade goods and services.
Customize your character or even create a unique character class.
Participate in numerous large-scale, complex quests or venture off on your own.
A multiple path story, with several different endings. You decide how the game is played and won.
Requirements: IBM and 100% compatibles, Microsoft DOS 6.0 or greater, 486DX2/66 minimum, 256-color VGA, VLB or PCI bus, double speed CD-ROM drive, MPC Level 2, 8MB RAM minimum, 50MB available hard drive space for minimum install, Microsoft 100% compatible mouse, joystick optional.
Sound Cards Supported: Sound Blaster, Sound Blaster Pro, Sound Blaster 16, AWE 32, Pro Audio Spectrum, Ensoniq Soundscape, Gravis Ultrasound, and 100% compatibles.
Windows 95 Compatibility: Compatible in MS-DOS mode with 16-bit CD-ROM and mouse drivers installed; compatible in MS-DOS box with sufficient free RAM.
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