So in addition to Sony’s conference brutally murdering Microsoft’s Xbox One, Sony also announced that The Elder Scrolls Online will be coming to PS4 spring 2014. Bethesda’s MMO on a console you say? Wel...
Do you think an Elder Scrolls MMO makes too much sense? So does everyone else
Finally, inside sources suggest that an Elder Scrolls MMO is finally on its way. Plus, the leak is surprisingly detailed, so a clear picture of the setting is easily imaginable.
Swedish developer Mojang, of Minecraft fame, has won the interim injunction against Bethesda concerning their Scrolls copyright
While Notch was hoping the matter could be settled out of court, he has officially received notice from Swedish officials that the case is indeed going to court.
Steam's glorious digital game sales keep on truckin' (is that still a thing?) with the advent of the Quakecon Pack 2011.
Splash Damage promised DLC for their first-person shooter Brink at the end of July, and hey, they almost made it. The Agents of Change map pack will hit August 3rd
Yes, that headline says free DLC. Yes, free DLC for a FPS. Amazing how some companies can deliver this stuff for free and others want $15, isn't it?
Gaming historians will remember horse armour, and not because it was funny and riled up a community, but because it affected us in more ways than we could have possibly imagined.
... it turns out the Bethesda parent company has been working on a sequel, enough that a it is officially a go for 2012 on Xbox 360, PS3, and PC.
Wet is loaded with faux scratches over its visuals in an attempt to give it the look a grindhouse film. At first, they are an annoyance, a general irritant that exist for show and not much else. Then, it all seems to cli...
In a match potentially made in hell, post apocalyptic America, Nazi castles, and Oblivion, Bethesda’s parent company ZeniMax has purchased id. You might remember them from such games as Doom, Quake, and Wolfenstein...