Tag Archives: Bethesda

E3 2016: The Elder Scrolls Legends has a story to tell

Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls Legends, a Hearthstone-esque digital card game at last year’s E3 but they were ready to talk about more about it during their press event today. Shown off were a glimpse of gameplay and a trailer for the game’s new story mode. Continue reading E3 2016: The Elder Scrolls Legends has a story to tell

Video Games Review: DOOM (PS4, 2016)

The pleasant surprise has become a real rarity in games today. We know so much about every last game before they arrive now, and from this deluge of information it’s usually easy to identify red flags. Following its explosive showing at E3 2015, I wasn’t sure if DOOM could live up to the adrenaline rush its trailers promised. It took the game only a few minutes to start putting those misgivings to rest. Continue reading Video Games Review: DOOM (PS4, 2016)

Elder Scrolls Online reveals first DLC of the year – “Thieves Guild”

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited, the MMORPG, kicks off the new year with details on the next upcoming DLC pack called the “Thieves Guild”. Bethesda announced that the DLC will allow players to join the iconic Thieves Guild – an organization of pickpockets, burglars and robbers, and thieves.... Continue Reading

Games Review: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (Xbox One, 2015)

When Machinegames released <i>Wolfenstein: The New Order</i> in 2014, it took the industry by surprise. A near-perfect blend of shooter mechanics both classic and modern, with a bizarre, pulpy story that cheerfully embraced the ridiculousness of its aging premise, <i>The New Order</i> was a sorely needed shot in the arm for modern-day single-player FPS design. With its new stand-alone expansion, <i>Wolfenstein: The Old Blood</i>, Machinegames has attempted to replicate their feat with mixed results. Continue reading Games Review: Wolfenstein: The Old Blood (Xbox One, 2015)

Valve shelves paid mods for Skyrim, sets record for quickest kick in the arse

That certainly didn’t last long. It was only five days ago that Valve and Bethesda implemented an arrangement that would see mod creators publishing their work on Steam Workshop for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim able to charge for their work. The arrangement has now been cancelled after immense community outcry and refunds will be issued to anyone who paid any mods.... Continue Reading