Skyrim offers one of the most beautiful worlds in video games. The game’s Switch version adds some minor changes and lets you carry that world in your purse.
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion is an awkward game that feels a little bit like world full of Disney World animatronics. One piece of poison food highlighted the game’s silliness while also forcing players to get intimate with their targets.
Skyrim released today on Playstation VR. The VR version manages to capture the game’s scale and beauty in astounding new ways, but you might need to equip a barf bag alongside your ancient nordic axe.
Today, Bethesda is releasing their excellent role-playing adventure Skyrim for Nintendo Switch and VR. It’s a massive game, with hundreds of hours of exploration, magic and mayhem.
This week, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim comes to the Nintendo Switch. It will join previous releases on PC, Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One and PS4. Above are only three of the versions, but let’s see how all of them stack up.
Here’s a custom Xbox One controller inspired by the Breton Knights from Elder Scrolls Online.
The Switch is such a familiar part of the gaming landscape now that it’s strange to consider that Nintendo’s hybrid device is about to head into its first holiday season. What’s even stranger is that for Baby’s First Christmas, Nintendo’s lineup is overloaded with deep single-player fantasy adventures: role-playing…
Social NPCs is a mod for Skyrim that takes the clockwork non-playable characters from two of the game’s smaller locations and turns them into believable people with lives to lead completely independent of what you’re up to.
After a year’s hiatus, Max LaFave has a new Oblivion video out. If you’ve never seen the originals, they are about as good an impression of Bethesda’s world as it gets.
Sitting on the edge of the Cyrodiil province in Oblivion, the mountainous snowscape known as Bruma has been recreated in Skyrim thanks to modders. The fan-expansion was released earlier today and includes new quests, dialogue, and music.
The Elder Scrolls Online recently launched its new Morrowind chapter so Chris and Heather went on a mystical journey to explore tombs and talk about 90's sitcoms. You can watch the archived stream here.
Following a brand new tutorial, The Elder Scrolls Online’s Morrowind expansion brings us right back to the docks of Seyda Neen on the island of Vvardenfell. It’s like we never left.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a card game that has been in beta for nearly 17 years, comes out for real on PC today. Publisher Bethesda says it’ll be out for iPad on March 23, Android tablets in April, Mac in May, and mobile phones this summer.
Between the recently announced Morrowind expansion and this week’s release of the free player housing update, I decided it was time to venture back into The Elder Scrolls Online. I might be a little out of practice.
Today Bethesda announced a new expansion for The Elder Scrolls Online. The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind will add the island of Vvardenfell to the game, allowing players to explore the iconic setting from The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.
We’ve all been there before. You’re walking down the street in a big open-world game like Skyrim, and you see some plain-ass looking dude. A guard or something. You turn a corner and see... that guy again? OK so maybe he has a twin. But then you see yet another. So much for immersion.
The massive total conversion mod for Skyrim, Enderal, is getting DLC that will add 10 to 20 hours of quest content. It’s scheduled to arrive sometime in 2017.
The folks over at TES Renewal Project released a new trailer yesterday updating fans on their progress with Skyblivion, a mod aimed at recreating all of Oblivion inside of Skyrim.
For those playing (or re-playing) Skyrim right now and thinking, gee, this sure is a big game world, remember: for 1996's Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, Bethesda weren’t feeling quite so constrained.