Look at the detail on that thing. I can already see it fus ro dah-ing me from across the room.
The folks behind Skyrim say they're off to the next adventure, which could very well mean there's no more content planned for Bethesda's massive role-playing game.
Skyrim DLC is coming to PS3: Dragonborn on February 12, Hearthfire on February 19, and Dawnguard on February 26.
I've never played Morrowind, but when people rave about it—usually in sentences punctuated with faux outrage and admonishments like "How have you never played Morrowind???"—they like to play up its creative, bizarre world, a place where gods interact with mortals on a regular basis and wizards live in houses carved…
Shot this afternoon, here's what it looks like to ride a dragon in the world of Skyrim. You get this ability toward the end of Dragonborn, the new DLC that came out today for Bethesda's open-world RPG. It's kind of... disappointing. It doesn't seem like you can actually control the dragon very much, so don't start…
If you've hit Skyrim's level-cap and are kind of feeling like the game has no challenges left to offer you, the new Dragonborn DLC has something for you: The Ebony Warrior.
When Skyrim first came out, Bethesda had lofty promises for the game's downloadable content. Skyrim's DLC will feel like expansion packs, the developers assured us.
New Skyrim DLC releases today. We'll have impressions up for you in just a short while, but in the meantime you might want to know how to actually access the content yourself.
Unlike previous Skyrim DLC, Dragonborn will actually make it to PS3, according to Bethesda. Expect it early next year.
Thanks to last week's trailer, we already know that the next DLC for Bethesda's hit action/RPG will be pitting players against the first humanoid to wield dragon powers. And now we know where Dragonborn's battles will be happening.
It was hinted before, but now it's official: this is Dragonborn, the third piece of DLC for Bethesda's open-world RPG Skyrim.
Introduced at QuakeCon last month and now shipping to all the good little Dovahkiin boys and girls, Symbiote Studio's Dragonborn vinyl figure now guards my computer desk from low-flying reptilian threats. Let's unmask this tiny hero!