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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:50am 01/02/13 | 1 Comments
Bethesda has released a handful of game soundtracks on Apple's iTunes Store, the publisher revealed on the Bethesda Blog.

Soundtracks (with appropriate links) include:Just hit the links above to be taken directly to that soundtrack's iTunes page. I don't know about you, but a bit of post-apocalyptic accompaniment seems like a fine way to get through a working day.



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blaze0041
Posted 12:25pm 01/2/13
Excellent, but it's best for one to have a US iTunes account if you want to buy them this way, since the AU iTunes Store's prices are undoubtedly higher (e.g. $29.99 AUD for Skyrim's soundtrack).
Otherwise, remember that you can also get the physical 4 CD version of Skyrim's soundtrack, or 320kbps MP3 versions of Morrowind's and Oblivion's soundtracks (at the US prices listed above) here.
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