One of the most exciting things to happen to a gamer is when they have a favourite franchise and a new game is announced in that franchise. While it may not have been the best of reveals, I was extremely happy that Fallout 4 is finally happening.
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Elder Scrolls ~Online subscribers can look forward to a new adventure zone later this month called Craglorn. Not for the average player though, the new storyline features four-player quests and even twleve-player trials, check out the video.
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Bethesda has released a fact sheet with a whole bunch of information you might want to know about Dishonored, as well as almost half a dozen screenshots to feast your eyes upon, without further ado, grab a drink and read on…
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A beta version of the Skyrim 1.5 update patch can be downloaded on Steam for PC gamers while, as usual, console gamers have to wait and the main feature of the update seems to be killcams, especially for ranged kills with things like bows and even magic.
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The official word about the whole Notch/Mojang/Bethesda/Scrolls debacle has now been officially announced by Zenimax Media, the head honchos over Bethesda and therefore, where all the legal process happened.
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It was almost inevitable that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, would take the coveted Game of the Year award, but elsewhere in the ceremony, the evening’s multiple award winners were Valve Corporation’s cunning, wittily written puzzle adventure Portal 2, which received three awards, for Best Game Design, Narrative and Audio.
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If you’d like to test out a new beta update for Skyrim on Steam, you should be able to download it now if you’ve opted to take part in betas, it’s mostly a PC only update, so don’t expect anything to be incorporated into any future console updates.
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The long awaited update for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been released for PC gamers on Steam and with it, brings the previously mentioned Skyrim Workshop as well as a whole bunch of fixes, some of which have been marked for specific formats as they were the ones suffering most with that certain problem.
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If you haven’t already seen it (I posted it on Google+ last week, didn’t have official details at the time), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Collector’s Edition was unveiled which will be available for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.
The major problem with the collector’s edition is that it’s stupidly overpriced, a big plastic dragon and 200 page art book does not justify a £129.99 price tag, yeah the dragon is a very nice model, but seriously, it’s not worth such a high price.
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Strange how I should play some Fallout New Vegas over the weekend and then today, Bethesda announce details of three upcoming downloadable content in the form of add-ons: Honest Hearts, Old World Blues, and Lonesome Road.
Also released is the first screenshot from Honest Hearts which will be the first add-on to be released in just two weeks on May 17th for the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 for what will probably be £7.99 for Steam and PSN and 800 MS Points.
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