Take a walk through Skyrim once again, but this time on the Nintendo Switch. Play the classic RPG while out in the park, on the bus to work, during your school break, or from the comfort of your toilet. Hooray for modern technology! Continue reading Skyrim on the Nintendo Switch will let you use your amiibo
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is out this week for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, and with it comes the ability to add mods to your game. While somewhat limited in scope on the PlayStation 4, the fact that they are included is still a bonus, and gives you another excuse to pick it up again. But where do you find these mods? Continue reading Skyrim console mods and where to find them
Bethesda posted a seemingly awkward blog post on their forum this week, detailing their feelings on game releases and game reviews. In a move that is truly anti-consumer, the publisher and developer has in a statement distanced itself from fans and gaming media. Continue reading Bethesda changing the game over game reviews
This week, have your wallets or credit cards at the ready, as it’s going to be a big one. Sure, you recently picked up PlayStation VR, Battlefield 1, Gears of War 4 and Forza Horizon 3, but the show isn’t over yet. No, no, no! Let’s take a look at some of the highlights of this week’s new releases. Continue reading This Week’s New Releases
Bethesda have today released the system specs and console hard drive space requirements for Skyrim Special Edition, coming to PC, as well as PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. As well as the epic game itself, Skyrim Special Edition adds mod support on consoles, remastered art and effects, volumetric lighting (“God Rays”), Dynamic Depth of Field, screen-space reflections and new snow and water shaders. Continue reading Skyrim Special Edition system specs revealed
Following a week in September when everything just seemed to go wrong for Sony, Bethesda have yesterday announced that mods will actually be coming to PlayStation 4 versions of Fallout 4 and Skyrim: Special Edition. Phew! BUT, there’s a caveat. Continue reading Fallout 4 and Skyrim will have mods on PlayStation 4, Native 4k
After a long series of rumors, Bethesda has finally announced at their E3 conference that a remaster of The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim is in development, and it will feature updated graphics as well as mod support for consoles.
According to a source on NeoGaf, it may be possible that Bethesda will announce a remastered version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim during their media briefing this Sunday. It’s too soon to expect another Elder Scrolls title, especially for a 2016 release, so would a remastered Skyrim fill the void for fans? Continue reading Skyrim Remaster rumours abound
Fallout 4 has released this week, and you would really have to try hard to avoid hearing about it. If you haven’t heard of Fallout 4, you’ve been spending too much time living in a vault. With its release, reviews have been praising and slandering aspects of the title, and fans have been speaking highly of the title since its release. But should they be?
Hines, Bethesda’s VP of PR and Marketing, spoke to MCV on their hopes for the title, saying: “I think [Fallout 4] can top Skyrim. It could be our biggest release ever.”