Bethesda has finally opened a store in Europe, so that you won’t have to pay that $13 UPS shipping charge. The ironic thing though, it’s based in Germany which means they get the cheapest shipping cost.
The Elder Scrolls games have been entertaining gamers for years and now and then you can pick up Morrowind, Oblivion or Skyrim cheap on Steam, but what about those who prefer something more than just a digital download?
How many games can you name that you have been playing for a year or more? I had clocked over 400 hours before obtaining the Dragonborn expansion (it’s not an add-on, Hearthfire is an add-on), after playing around five hours a night over the last five nights, I’m on over 450 hours and still have a load to play.
Late to the party as usual, but couldn’t miss the opportunity to show you the latest screenshots of the upcoming Skyrim DLC, Dragonborn, but what I can’t escape feeling is that we’re going to start seeing some elements of Fallout being thrown into the mix.
Announced a little earlier today was news about the next downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the title says it all, it will be known as “Dragonborn” and to show you what it will entail, a trailer was also released.
You’ve probably played through Dawnguard a couple of times now as normal and vampire and am in need of more content to satisfy your Skyrim hunger, well, unless you play it on PC and have access to all those lovely mods.
Have you ever seen any game-related toy any cuter? Even as a guy I couldn’t help swoon over the little Quake toy as Bethesda have licensed Symbiote Studios to create cute little characters based on their top franchises including Quake and Elder Scrolls.
Are you getting excited for Dishonored? It just looks better every time you see it and so a new gameplay trailer has been released which is dubbed as the E3 2012 trailer, so expect to see it at E3, but on a bigger screen!
The new trailer for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim downloadable content, Dawnguard has been released and here for you to see. It’s the first official DLC, will cost 1600 Microsoft Points and will be Xbox 360 exclusive for 30 days.
Doom 3 was such a pain to play without mods and especially a torch mod, it was kind of stupid to think that the average ass-kicker wouldn’t tape a torch to the gun, but Bethesda are bringing Doom 3 BFG Edition to the Xbox 360, PC and PlayStation 3, completely remastered.