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It's fifteen years old and it requires a DOS emulator to run...but Elder Scrolls, Chapter II: Daggerfall is still engrossing and entertaining.
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The graphics are dated, and it requires a DOS emulator to run...but Elder Scrolls, Chapter II: Daggerfall's deep gameplay is worth all the fuss.
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The PC version of Eric Chahi's exotic sandbox game is finally available for purchase after three weeks of delay, but many PC gamers are finding the game impossible to play without Internet access despite Ubisoft's earlier claims to the contrary.