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Back to Tamriel: the Remastered Version of Skyrim

Not long ago, the remastered version of Skyrim launched to bring players back to the northern coasts of Vvardenfell, and get us all thinking about going back to Tamriel for real this time. While it's not exactly the best news...

I've Changed My Mind About Remasters

It wasn't so long ago when I was railing against remasters as being a bad value in gaming, and though I'm still not sold on the notion of paying again for a game I already paid for once, I discovered...

Are Bethesda's Fallout 4 DLC Plans Poised to Do More Harm than Good?

While E3 suffered no shortage of news in its latest incarnation, one of the biggest points to emerge was the revelation that the course of downloadable content (DLC) for Fallout 4 had been decided, and that there were three more...

E3 2016: The Disaster that was Bethesda's Show

After the first-ever press conference for Bethesda at E3, in which a slate of games were introduced including the long-awaited Fallout 4, there was little doubt players were looking forward to the goodies that came out of Bethesda's show. Sadly,...

The Official Start of Mods for Fallout 4 Consoles Starts Today

Exciting news slipped out over the Memorial Day weekend, that today--May 31--was the official start of the console modding season for Fallout 4. Admittedly, it's kind of a shame we didn't get to enjoy these with the long holiday weekend--and...

DICE 2016: Todd Howard Talks Announcements

It was one of the biggest shocks of E3, when Todd Howard took the stage and told everyone that, not only was Fallout 4 coming out, but it was also coming out that November. Many--myself included--were figuring that late 2015...

Finally, What's In Fallout 4's Season Pass

It's hard to believe, but Fallout 4 has been out for nearly three months now, and for most of that time, we heard very little about what would be coming our way in the upcoming DLC packs. It got to...

Hoping for Word on Fallout 4 Mods? The Word of the Day is Soon.

Soon. Yes, soon. That's the word of the day when it comes to Fallout 4 mods, at least as reported via Twitter. Bethesda's got some plans to talk about Fallout 4 mods, and they're planning to spill the beans on...

A Skyrim Port for Xbox One Technically Exists

For the last four years or so, Skyrim was the top of the heap when it came to Bethesda video games, by virtue of it being the most recent of the company's releases. With Fallout 4 on the way, and...

A Fallout 4 Surprise, in Short Form

So while pretty much everything so far has been talked to death and beyond ahead of the release of Fallout 4, I think I may have struck on one particularly unusual point that not many other people have talked about...

Bethesda's Future Plans Looking Plenty Ambitious

With time running out until the big release of Fallout 4--remember what it was like at the start of July, when November 10 looked like an eternity away--it's natural to start wondering about Bethesda's next title. But while the next...

QuakeCon 2015: Another Bad Bright Idea From Bethesda

I don't know what's going on out in the hallowed halls of Bethesda these days, but these guys keep putting out some really great ideas with absolutely catastrophic downsides to them. First it was offering a giveaway game that most...

New Jewelry Sparks Fallout 4 Speculation

I believe that, if I were pressed, I would have to declare the Bethesda Fallout / Elder Scrolls games to be my favorite games in existence. I love the broad adventure, the exciting storylines, the open-world nature, the sheer feeling...

Fallout 4 Fever Never Really Stopped

"Fallout 4". Just mentioning these words to a lot of gamers will make eyes flash with new life, and bring to mind a whole lot of exciting ideas. Some of us out there--and I count myself among them--have been awaiting...

Why I'm Liking Console MMOs

So for the second weekend in a row, I lost more than a little time to Neverwinter, the new massively multiplayer experience to hit the Xbox One. I've also been losing a couple hours on the weekdays to it as...

A Revelation on Open World Gaming

So far, I've played four open world games on the Xbox One, and with the conclusion of the fourth, a point has been driven home with all the force of an axehead on a plate of Jell-o. That point in...

Tamriel Unlimited Coming Soon: What To Expect

I don't know about you, but I've got a goodish portion of June lined up for the upcoming launch of "Tamriel Unlimited." Formerly known as just "The Elder Scrolls Online," and formerly just limited to PC gaming--a field of gaming...

Joel Burgess Talks Horse Armor, A Failure That Keeps Bethesda Going

It's easily one of the the lowest points of all downloadable content (DLC) points out there; more specifically, it's the Horse Armor found as part of Bethesda's "The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion." But recent word from Joel Burgess--Bethesda senior level...

Bethesda Readies First Ever Press Conference for E3

If you're thinking about the upcoming Electronics Entertainment Expo (E3) event, well, you're not alone by any stretch of the imagination. No, E3 is a little over four months out now, and that's not at all too early to wonder...

Chalk it up to yet another in the long, long, long string of Fallout 4 rumors that have come and gone over the years. Turns out that German trademark filing for “Shadow of Boston” you might have heard about was...
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