The Elder Scrolls: Arena (Deluxe Edition)
DOS - 1994
Description of The Elder Scrolls: Arena (Deluxe Edition)
1994, the year The Elder Scrolls: Arena (Deluxe Edition) was released on DOS. Made by Bethesda Softworks LLC and published by Bethesda Softworks LLC,.
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elderly 2020-01-07 0 point
any one have encounter mscdx driver not installed ? broken visual when character creation and blackscreen afrter woman speaking about mission intro?
sil sil 2018-04-17 0 point
ahahah....please try to mount a different SOUNDFONT (.sf2) for midi and try to listenn !!!!! mine is downloaded from web (Arachno Soundfont)....super
amosalon 2018-04-14 1 point
actually, it does
at least in the gog version so i think they should make it have sound
dontmindme 2015-05-25 1 point DOS version
A wonderful dungeon crawler, certainly among the best rpg's ever created.
If anyone has any trouble installing or playing the game, there is a pre-configured CD version for DosBox available on uesp.
Lord_Xarti 2015-04-09 -12 points DOS version
Why are you all using JUST DOSbox? Use the far superior LaunchBox *(Which includes DOSbox and many more emulators) that does a lot of this behind the scenes work for you? I got the newest version *(4.6 as of this typing) and it works like a dream for me.
Hunter 2014-01-06 1 point DOS version
you have to mount the folder which consists the arena.bat to a drive in dosbox and then mount arena.cue present inside cd folder in dosbox to another drive. To mount arena.cue you would need this command "imgmount "Name of drive" "path to .cue file" -t iso.
img-file 2013-05-27 1 point DOS version
The img-file is the cd image. Mount it in a deamon tool, then mount the drive as d: in dosbox and start arena.bat.
Josuemental 2012-10-24 -1 point DOS version
mmm, instructions on how to run it would be swell, thanks
Richard 2012-06-17 0 point DOS version
What do you do with the IMG file inside the archive? I can't open it with my extractor that is supposed to open IMG files, and there are no game files inside the directory of ESArena.
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