Skyrim seeks to redefine the way that we look at the Elder Scrolls games with more dynamic action and huge dragons.
As a dedicated fan of the Elder Scrolls series since the first entry, Arena, there are very few games that excited me as much as this release. Sure there were other games I wanted to play this year but nothing got me as excited as opening up my favorite websites only to find a new Skyrim trailer or developer diary greeting me. Read More.
Previews and Features
In one of the most popular booths and games of the show, I watched a developer play through a few areas of the newest chapter of the Elder Scrolls series. After the smash-hit Oblivion, I was curious to see what Bethesda could do with the series, and the answer was fairly clear: more. Read More.
Bethesda officially announced the next DLC pack for The Elder's Scroll V: Skyrim. Entitled Dragonborn, players will meet the original Dragonborn. Little is known about it right now, but based on the trailer; the game seems to be set in the island of Solstheim and will also allow you to ride dragons. Read More.
Ever wanted to play This Old House in a video game? Well, Skyrim is given players the chance.
Bethesda announced today on their blog the next DLC for Skyrim. Entitled Hearthfire, players will be able to purchase land and will be able to build their virtual dream house. Read More.
Bethesda Software has revealed their first piece off add-on game content for the mega hit Skyrim.
The add-on DLC is called Dawnguard and is scheduled for an Xbox 360 release this summer. That is all they have announced at this time. Read More.
Bethesda has announced Kinect support for Skyrim will be coming to the Xbox 360 in the near future. Though you won't be able to swing your arms to slash and maul your opponents, the new update will offer Voice Support, allowing you to perform dragon shouts, equip items via hotkeys, command followers, and use all the menus in the game. Read More.
Microsoft has announced that the first batch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim DLC will hit the Xbox 360 first before any other platform.
The first two DLC packs will only be available for download on Xbox 360 for the first 30 days before it is released on PS3 and PC. Read More.