Indie developer and YouTube personality Jordan Maron is changing the name of his upcoming mobile game Fortress Fallout after receiving a cease-and-desist notification from Zenimax Media, the parent company behind Fallout publisher Bethesda.
In preparation for our full review of The Elder Scrolls Online, each week I'll be presenting a journal of what I've been doing in the game. Except for the previous two weeks, because those logs would have been boring.
It's been one week since I donned my tail and cat ears and began my journey into The Elder Scrolls Online, and I'm having a much better time on day seven than I did on day one.
I watched this guy eat bread for ten minutes. Then I tried to jump on his head, and was thrown into nothingness.
When they were released in Germany, Doom and Doom 2 were immediately "indexed" into a government regulated category that includes porn. A successful appeal of that decision has them now rated for older teenagers to buy, Joystiq reports.
The Xbox 360 version of Fallout: New Vegas is getting a new mission pack on Dec. 21 called Dead Money, Bethesda said today.
Bethesda (and parent company ZeniMax) has gone on a major shopping spree over the past few years, expanding far beyond Oblivion and Fallout, swallowing up the creators of Doom and Resident Evil. And it doesn't look like they're stopping there.
The director of great video games old (Resident Evil) and new (Vanquish) is going to get out of the business of directing games after his next unannounced title. Instead, famed creator Shinji Mikami will be focusing on things more... presidential.
According to official trademark assignment documents, Bethesda Softworks' parent company ZeniMax Media now owns the rights to the first-person shooter Prey, and they're filing trademarks left and right.
When Oblivion and Doom meet, the Fallout is bound to yield surprises; and perhaps offer some insight into the future of the video game industry.
ZeniMax Media, parent company of Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls studio Bethesda Softworks, announced today that it is purchasing legendary Doom and Wolfenstein developer id Software. What does id co-founder John Romero think?