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  • Blog Post: Tour Fallout 4's Bethesda Game Studios With Todd Howard

    With anticipation for Bethesda's Fallout 4 consuming gamers around the world, we are resurfacing this video tour that we shot at Bethesda's studio while they were developing The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim back in 2010. Even though the footage focuses on the development of Skyrim, there are still... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Do You Use PC Mods?

    I always enjoy seeing the results of mods, but when it comes to actually playing a game, I prefer the purist experience. What about you? This discussion occurred to me while watching this video yesterday of a mod that let's you play as Alfred in Batman: Arkham Knight . I love the video and it made... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: What Is Your Favorite Open World?

    Open-world games can be tricky. Leave the world too empty and the player feels desolate and bored. Add in too much right off the bat, and players can feel overwhelmed. So much can go wrong within the world from a technical perspective as well, with it difficult to test everything in such vast worlds... More
  • Blog Post: Pop! Recreates Fallout and Skyrim Characters As Adorable Figurines

    With yesterday marking Fallout 4’s official announcement , no time seems better than now to purchase a Bethesda figurine from Pop!. For those unfamiliar with Pop!, this branch of toy manufacturer Funko takes popular characters from television, movies, and games and re-imagines them as cute vinyl... More
  • Blog Post: Witness The Wonder Of The Ultimate Lego First Person Shooter

    Lot's of things look a lot more adorable in Lego from. It turns out that first person shooters aren't exempt from this law of nature. This adorable fan film mashes games like Portal, Skyrim, and BioShock into the ultimate Lego experience, Watch it if you want to be disappointed that this game... More
  • Blog Post: Reader Discussion: Can A Game Be Too Big?

    We're nearing the release of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, which looks awesome , but I'm also intimidated by the idea of playing through such a massive beast of a game. Do you think that a game can get too big, that a game can get to the point that it hurts the quality of the title? When I was younger... More
  • Blog Post: Update: Besthesda Explains Why It's NOT Allowing Paid Skyrim Mods

    Update: Bethesda has updated its blog to state that it will no longer support paid mods in Skyrim. Hot on the heels of Valve's announcement that it is abandoning its paid-mod initiative, Bethesda has amended its blog post with a straightforward update: "After discussion with Valve, and listening... More
  • Blog Post: Valve Pulling The Plug On Paid Mods For Skyrim Workshop

    After Bethesda posted its explanation for supporting paid mods via Steam's Workshop earlier today, Valve has announced it's scrapping the feature. Valve employee Alden Kroll posted an update on the Steam Workshop page, stating that the heavily criticized initiative is being shut down and that... More
  • Blog Post: Loot Crate’s DIY Munny Contest Turns Out Impressive Game-Themed Creations

    The Munny line of ready-to-customize vinyl figures has been a hit for years, so it’s no surprise people created cool things when Loot Crate tasked recipients of last month’s crate to modify the Mini Munny inside. Something about Munnys seems to inspire people to go into absurd levels of detail... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Mod Size Now Unlimited

    Bethesda has lifted the 100MB restriction on mods for Skyrim, and it's now being beta tested. The unlimited size is part of an update to the PC version's Creator Kit (1.9.33). The Creator can be beta tested via Steam (click on the source link below for more info), as can the Skyrim Launcher.... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Vs. Fallout Fan Film Pits Magic Against Explosives (And Chainsaws)

    YouTube channel andrewmfilms has taken on the playground argument of a new age: Who would win in a fight? A Vault Dweller or Dovahkiin? I won't spoil the ending of the Fallout versus The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim video, but know that these two immediately dislike each other, and only one can leave... More
  • Blog Post: ‘The Faces Of Skyrim’ Showcases Tamriel’s Most Beautiful Portraiture

    It’s almost hard to believe that The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is over three years old already. It still appears on Steam’s top 10 most played games list and modders continue to make the game more beautiful. Andy Cull shared with us his work curating some of the most beautiful images taken... More
  • 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: Man At Arms Forges Skyrim's Iron Helmet

    We have covered Man At Arms' impressive weapon recreation work in the past, but in his latest videos he has moved from forging deadly weapons to the armor that could save you from them. In this video he forges one of gaming's most iconic headpieces, the Iron Helmet from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim... More
  • Blog Post: Bethesda And Titan Books Are Assembling All Of Skyrim's Texts Into Official Tomes

    Bethesda is teaming up with Titan Books for two series of books intended to bring a bit of The Elder Scrolls series into the real world. The five books are written “in-universe” and focus on the history of Tamriel and the accumulated works found within The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim . The Elder... More
  • Blog Post: The Dovahkiin Is Reborn In This Art Of Skyrim Video

    Even almost three years after its release, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is still so wildly popular that fans are developing new mods for it even today. While the game still stands as a technical marvel and one of the best games in recent years, it is also a fascinating game to look at. With the latest... More
  • Blog Post: Skyrim Mod Brings First-Person MediEvil Game To Life

    MediEvil: Hero of Gallowmere is a Skyrim mod that recreates the first four levels from the 1998 PlayStation title, MediEvil. You can check out a trailer for the mod (which is still in development) below, with Sir Daniel Fortesque taking out some enemies from the first-person perspective and doing a little... More
  • Blog Post: If Skyrim Had A Game Of Thrones Style Opening Sequence

    Skyrim and Game of Thrones fan Brady Wold has merged his two passions, blending the iconic opening to HBO’s television series with Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The result takes us across Tamriel’s northern region as the map comes to life. Wold says that he began the project... More
  • Blog Post: Steam Holiday Sale Day 7: Criminals, Coasters, and Conquest

    The Steam Holiday Sale stops for no man and no holiday. This Christmas brings another round of Steam discounts. This batch gives players the opportunity to slay dragons, rob banks, and take a football team to victory. Here’s the full list: Deus Ex: Human Revolution - Director’s Cut - $4.99... More
  • Blog Post: Vote For The Best Mod Of 2013

    Mod DB has assembled a list of 100 mods, and it's up to you to help select the best of 2013. You have six days to choose between top contenders like a Just Cause 2 multiplayer mod and Duke Nukem Forever 2013. The list of 100 mods includes released mods and upcoming mods. The Best Mod of 2012 was... More
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