E3 is Blast from the Past for Mobile Gamers @ MaxPDA@ 2004/05/15
On the Nokia n-Gauge, we were delighted to see The Elder Scrolls Travels:
ShadowKey. Set in the famous Elder Scrolls series of role-playing games (Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind), this first-person role-playing game offers landscapes that reminded this reporter of the dozens of hours spent in the first title of the series (where the role-playing elements were a step beyond most of the competition, but the rich and complex world of intrigue for Daggerfall and Morrowind, as well as the refinements of the engine were not yet in) where combat was king. The graphics, even on the small screen (or perhaps, because of the small screen), were better than those remembered from Arena and even the Alpha version we saw was not crashing in the dungeons (an infrequent, but not unlikely problem in the first game).