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  • Blog Post: These Slick Skyrim Screens Look Like Gorgeous Oil Paintings

    Skyrim is already a great-looking game, and a dedicated modding community has managed to make the vibrant fantasy world look even better. Now a crop of altered screenshots for the game show off what the game would look like imagined as a lush oil painting. The beautiful gallery of screens appeared in... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls V Dragonborn DLC Now Available On PS3

    Bethesda sends along word of a special deal for gamers who purchase in the first week. The large-in-scope Skyrim expansion, entitled Dragonborn, allows players to fight a new foe – an ancient dragonborn, just like the hero, who can wield shouts as devastating weapons. The new DLC has been out on... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim PS3 Patch Out Now

    Bethesda has announced that PS3 owners can now download Skyrim's 1.8 patch, one day ahead of the long-awaited release of the game's Dragonborn DLC. In addition to preparing your game for the new DLC, Update 1.8 also fixes a few bugs, as outlined on Bethesda's blog : General memory and stability... More
  • Blog Post: Dawnguard May Not Be Coming To PlayStation 3

    In a somewhat cryptic posting on the official Dawnguard message boards , Bethesda said that the technical issue preventing Dawnguard on PlayStation 3, "is not a problem we’re positive we can solve." Here's the full statement: It's been a few weeks, and we wanted to make sure everyone... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim's First DLC Named Dawnguard

    Bethesda has announced the official name of Skyrim's first set of DLC. Dawnguard is Skyrim's first DLC, according to Bethesda's Blog . It announced the name of the DLC with the image you see above, and not much else, other than a summer release window. We don't know a date, or anymore... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim User Creation Kit Coming Soon

    Bethesda has announced that a user creation kit for Skyrim will be available soon for PC on Steam. This is great news for players who want to dive into what appears to be a very complicated set of tools for making their own version of Skyrim. The creation tools will include Steam Workshop support, which... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Holiday Catch Up

    Along with being a time to give thanks and spend time with family, Thanksgiving also offers a small respite from work or school for gamers to catch up on November's plethora of amazing games. This Thanksgiving I had family in town, which normally doesn't hinder my gaming time too much, but this... More
  • Blog Post: There Might Be Too Many Dragons In This Skyrim Video

    While most of us were finishing up work in preparation for the Thanksgiving holiday on Tuesday, YouTube user IdioticMunchki was testing the limits of Skyrim's dragon capacity. Using a PC mod, IdioticMunchki dropped too many dragons into Skyrim (or not enough dragons, depending on your stance on dragons... More
  • Blog Post: Read All Of The Books In Skyrim On Your E-Reader Of Choice

    A crafty Skyrim gamer not content with just being able to read the in-game books while playing, has pulled all of the literature out and made them available to read on your Kindle or Nook. Click over to capane.us to download the books now and get lost in the world of Skyrim without a controller in your... More
  • Blog Post: Are You Desperate Enough For Skyrim To Read Its Leaked Manual?

    Achievement leaks? Those happen all the time. Screenshot leaks? Yep, we get those. Sometimes even videos. But leaks of a game's manual ? That's reserved solely for games that fans are going crazy waiting for. Case in point: Skyrim. Someone has posted an image gallery containing pictures of the... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim: Boss Fights, Tavern Brawls, Marriage, And More

    If you're looking forward to Skyrim, you don't want to miss this. The creative team has answered 25 fan questions covering a broad spectrum of topics, from nit-picky specifics to more general info. The Q&A, posted on Bethesda's blog , features Todd Howard (game director), Bruce Nesmith... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Takes Over Downtown L.A.

    Next week, Los Angeles will be drowning in video game enthusiasts thanks to E3, and publishers will be vying for everyone's attention. Bethesda is off to a good start with this enormous banner adorning a downtown hotel. Bethesda's Pete Hines posted the picture above, showing the gigantic Skyrim... More
  • Blog Post: The Art Of Skyrim

    You may have had a glimpse of the workspace during the Bethesda studio tour , but we now bring you an in-depth look at the art department behind Elder Scrolls V. Matt Carofano, the Art Director on Skyrim, explains how the look and feel of Bethesda's new game varies from past entries in the series... More
  • Blog Post: Behind The Scenes Of Skyrim

    On our recent visit to Bethesda Game Studios, Todd Howard (Skyrim's director) was kind enough to give us a full tour of their new office. The team is hard at work creating Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, but there are still plenty of fun distractions within these hallowed halls, along with a number of glimpses... More
  • Blog Post: Elder Scrolls V Will Use New Engine

    Last night's surprise announcement of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has left gamers around the Internet eagerly discussing and awaiting more info. While Bethesda doesn't appear ready to give us much news yet, they have revealed one tantalizing tidbit: The upcoming game will use a brand new engine.... More
  • Blog Post: Is The Next Elder Scrolls Game An MMO?

    Bethesda's popular fantasy series, Elder Scrolls, seems destined to move into the MMO space eventually, but could that inevitable online extension be the next game in the series? This latest rumor comes via the sleuths at System Link , who did some digging into the job openings at ZeniMax, Bethesda's... More
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