Elder Scrolls Anthology Announced for PC

Posted by Ben Huber on Aug 3, 2013 in Videogames


QuakeCon is going on right now!I hadn’t heard of much news coming out of it, when suddenly Bethesda decided to liven things up a bit! They announced The Elder Scrolls Anthology, which includes all five main games in the series, as well as the add-on expansion packs. Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim are all featured, each on their own disc. The package also includes maps of each major location, which I’m sure would look good hanging up. It’ll arrive September 10th and run you $79.99. Does that seem worth it to you? Read more…



Try Your Hardest to Get Into the Elder Scrolls Online Beta

Posted by Ben Huber on Jan 27, 2013 in Videogames


A new MMO set in the same universe as the ever-popular Elder Scrolls series, with the subtitle of “Online.” Let’s put it like this – this new trailer shows that Bethesda has learned at least one very important lesson from Blizzard about MMOs: make amazing trailers that show all of the things you’ll never do in-game. Still, I can’t help but be interested in ESO, mainly because I’m curious if a new MMO can survive in an increasingly free-to-play world. Even a juggernaut like Star Wars The Old Republic fell flat on its face. Hmm! Watch the trailer below and sign up for the beta here. Read more…

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Next Skyrim Expansion Is Officially ‘Dragonborn,’ Gets New Trailer

Posted by Bob Muir on Nov 6, 2012 in Videogames

Skyrim: Dragonborn

Fresh off the heels of the rather-boring “Hearthfire” downloadable content, Bethesda has announced the next bit of DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The main character of the game is a Dragonborn, but this latest content, also called “Dragonborn,” pertains to literally the first Dragonborn ever. He looks pretty tough too! Read more…

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Now You Can Build Houses and Adopt Children – in Skyrim

Posted by Ben Huber on Sep 1, 2012 in Videogames


One of the most-requested features in Skyrim was being able to customize your house. Luckily, Bethesda has been doing an excellent job with making interesting DLC for the game, as well as listening to fan requests, so here’s Hearthfire! This update will allow you to buy tracts of land and then build your own house with material you collect. You can also adopt children to become part of your family with your spouse in the newly-built house, which I’m pretty sure was on the bottom of the list of “highly requested features.” Hearthfire will be out on Xbox Live September 4th and on PC sometime this year. Read more…

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Skyrim Online Mod Improving, Kill Mudcrabs With Friends

Posted by Ben Huber on May 19, 2012 in Fandom, Videogames

While an Elder Scrolls MMO has already been announced, many people just want co-op Skyrim. Thankfully, as with previous Elder Scrolls games, the modding community is stepping up and creating exactly that. While it’s still buggy and imperfect, you and your buddies can hop around in your Skyrim world and explore a bit. The team promises to continue to add more features, eventually allowing most of the game to be played with your friends. It’s mighty impressive what modders can do and if I can eventually battle Alduin with my girlfriend, that’ll be a blast. Check out the video above for the latest features and download the mod on their site. Read more…

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Elder Scrolls Online Revealed by Game Informer

Posted by Ben Huber on May 4, 2012 in Videogames


After much guessing, Game Informer’s exclusive cover story for their upcoming issue is none other than the heavily-rumored Elder Scrolls Online, a new MMO set in the expansive Elder Scrolls world. The MMO will encompass all of Tamriel, such as Elsweyr, Skyrim, and beyond. The setting, however, is a millenium before the events of the last Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim, allowing for plenty of new and different settings.  I’m interested in how this will play out, as I’m not sure an Elder Scrolls MMO is necessarily the next step. The game is set for 2013 on both PC and Mac. Read more…

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