The last time someone mentioned this tiny slice of Bethesda Softworks MASTERPIECE on Kotaku it was 2009. That can’t be right? That can’t be right! Let’s get your Saturday ON TRACK, my lovelies.
Commenter DeapGalaxy isn't an online multiplayer shooter fan, but he'd sure like to be. Help him find the perfect game in today's thrilling episode of Speak Up on Kotaku.
Following a traditionally content-crammed October and November, another year creeps to a close with few higher profile releases hitting in its last few weeks. Don't tell that to Bethesda Softworks, though, as it infiltrates the holidays with the under-the-radar stealth shooter Rogue Warrior.
These are the closing credits of Bethesda's Rogue Warrior. And while he's not technically rapping - they're soundbytes from the game arranged almost perfectly - the effect is the same: it's amazing. Completely, and utterly, amazing.
The slightly defaced ad for Bethesda's fall shooter Rogue Warrior, photographed by me at my local subway exit near Kotaku's NYC branch office, had one feature that turned my head: The two small words in red.
Bethesda is gearing up for PAX 09 next week, packing up playable demos of upcoming titles and a healthy dose of Brink for the long cross-country trek to Seattle.
These days loads of big Hollywood actors are appearing in video games. It's become normal. Heck, even Oscar nominee Mickey Rourke is doing game voice work.
Last week, Bethesda Softworks gathered game writers in London to check out their upcoming titles during a two-day long gamers' day.