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Elder Scrolls Anthology price update upsets Xbox, PS3 owners

Back in August we reported that Bethesda was going to reward their loyal fans with something new, and while it would have been nice to hear some news about a new game, this was more of a revisit of what we have seen in the past. The Elder Scrolls Anthology was the surprise and gives Skyrim fans the chance to see what came before it, and we have to say it is a great idea.

We know so many people who love playing Skrim, even now, and yet they have never had a chance to play some of the other games from the series, which is a shame. That is not the best part, as the price for The Elder Scrolls Anthology is $79.99 in the US, and was expected to be £50 for those of you in the UK.

This is great because this is just a little higher than you would pay for a new game release, and to think you are getting five Elder Scrolls games, along with 7 DLCs, which is a superb offer.

However, that’s not the end of it because there is an Elder Scrolls Anthology price update in the UK, as Amazon is now selling this compilation of games for just £36.99.

Seeing this price will only make console gamers unhappy, because they would have liked to see The Elder Scrolls Anthology on the Xbox 360 and PS3. When the collection of games was announced there were great expectation to see this happen, but it was pretty obvious this was not going to happen.

With the Elder Scrolls Anthology already released we wonder if some of that excitement of revisiting the older games from the series has been short lived, because we can be sure the graphics and gameplay looks dated by today’s standards?

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Written by Peter Chubb

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