Ten years ago today Bethesda defined bad downloadable content with two dollars and fifty cents’ worth of horse barding.
You've probably seen Skywind, the ambitious fan project to re-create all of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind in Skyrim. Here's a new trailer for Skyblivion, which, as you might have guessed, is the ambitious fan project to re-create all of Oblivion in Skyrim.
Not content with images of President Obama in a ball of fire, North Korea's propaganda arm decided to spice up its latest YouTube video the only way it knows how: with video games.
Oh those lovely hometowns, starting villages... Their peaceful and harmonious atmosphere ensures that there's nothing to worry about; our journey is yet to begin. And then suddenly, it's all gone, leaving behind nothing but dust. And sometimes a bit of fire.
Do video games spend too much time emphasizing the violent aspects of religion? A study released by the University of Missouri on Monday says so, concluding that video games present religion in a "problematized" way.
Reddit user notadoctoreither shall henceforth be known as king of the Oblivion fans, having spent a month's time and $130 collecting the countless books scattered across the game's cities and towns into one gorgeous tome, and you can too.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, one of the most expansive and successful role-playing games of all time, seems set for a limited re-release, as retail listings for a 5th anniversary edition begin appearing online.
Many people's favourite experiences with the last Elder Scrolls game — Oblivion — probably revolve around dungeons, magic, horse-riding and Sean Bean. Mine are a little more sedate.
Where can you get 27 different id Software and Bethesda Softworks titles for only $70? At the Steam QuakeCon 2010 Sale, along with daily specials on the best games the two companies have to offer.
Fathers are easy to find in video games. When they're not antagonizing their offspring or killed off in the first level, they often serve as our main characters' major motivation.
BioShock and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion are going on sale as a bundle for the PC and Xbox 360 beginning next month, Bethesda Softworks announced today.
Bethesda has cut the prices of its Xbox 360 downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion by half for the next week, except the Horse Armor Pack, which is going to cost you.
Bethesda Softworks' campaign to incrementally squeeze money from The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion players has been a huge success. So much so that offering up downloadable horse armor wasn't the flop it should have been.
While I'm a pretty big fan of Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls series, I just couldn't get into Morrowind. The gameplay was certainly there, as well as the depth, but the graphics just ground against my eyes. I despised the art direction. Now Oblivion, on the other hand, I loved, even with the repetitive voices and NPCs…