Bethesda Launcher

Hey, did you know that Arena and Daggerfall are both available through the Bethesda.net Launcher? And that when you install them through the launcher, they also install a DOS emulator? And that you can smoothly launch the games from the launcher? Hm…hm

Well, I’m still playing Jurassic World Evolution 2‘s challenge mode (and capturing some novel-inspired images in sandbox mode that I plan to eventually share here–fun little side project), and I’ve been playing co-op with a buddy in old Halo games from The Master Chief Collection (Infinite? Come on, I’m typically years behind the times, no way I’m touching that soon), and it’s been a little while since I played Book of Travels despite regular updates so I want to get back to that, and god do I need to get back into Ring Fit Adventure, and then there’s my larger backlog of games that’s not getting any smaller any time soon, and that of course is just discussing games

All that said, I can’t imagine that I’ll actually get back into Arena any time soon. But the convenience of it makes it more plausible, makes it a little bit of a glimmer in my mind’s eye once more. And hey, maybe you didn’t know about its availability through the launcher, and maybe you’ll give it a try.


UPDATE: Oh, why not.

Aizen 2.0