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Here’s a crazy idea: Elder Scrolls and Fallout occur within the same universe. Here’s an even crazier idea: Elder Scrolls takes place after Fallout. According to a recent Easter egg dug up in Fallout 4, though, those ideas might not be so crazy after all.
While no new MediEvil games seem to be in the works for as far as we know, at least gamers who are fans of the old PSX hack-and-slash title have managed to revive the game in Skyrim as a partial conversion mod, starring the protagonist of the title, Sir Daniel Fortesque.
Steam's experiment with selling mods is over. A few days after introducing the feature to Skyrim, Valve has decided to take it down completely.
The incredibly ambition Skyrim mod Enderal: The Shards of Order is coming together nicely. A new trailer from the team shows off some of the progress they've made thus far.
Fallout 3 and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim were two of the best-selling role-playing games from last generation. However, developer Bethesda almost didn't survive long enough to release those titles.
The latest Honest Game Trailer targets one of the most popular games from the past few years: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. I'm sure this video won't result in a single angry argument over the Internet.
Many fans of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim probably wouldn't preferred a direct sequel to that game rather than Elder Scrolls Online, an MMORPG set in the same world. However, ESO is actually a great option for Skyrim veterans.
Somehow we got through the last three years without anyone remaking Game of Thrones' introduction for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Someone has finally made the seemingly obvious mash-up, though.
Bethesda and 2K Games have teamed up for two special game bundles. BioShock Infinite and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will hit stores together in one package, as will Dishonored and Borderlands 2.
Sorry to burst everyone's bubble, but Bethesda isn't about to announce Xbox One and PS4 versions of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. They're also not making a Fallout 4 announcement in five days.
The development team behind Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's ambitious Skywind mod has released their first behind-the-scenes video. The video touches on many aspects of the mod, which remakes Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind with Skyrim's Creation Engine.
Video games with back of the box bullet-point-worthy features like “a vast, open world” or “hundreds of hours of gameplay” tend to terrify me. Gamers typically see those grand statements as a major plus when it comes to their hobby of choice, a way of getting the most bang for their hard-earned buck. Partially because my own gaming habits are changing and partially because I know my own “Must experience everything!” nature far too well, I now find myself shying away from games that offer what is arguably too much content.
Skyrim got me a girlfriend. That's more than I can say for any other game that I've played. That's not the only reason it's my favorite game of the generation, though.
Alexander J. Velicky, the creator of the massive Falskaar mod for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, has parlayed the mod's success into a professional gig. The 19-year-old announced this week that he's been hired by Bungie as an Associate Designer.
If you're a newcomer to Bethesda's RPG series Elder Scrolls, you can now buy all five games at once. The Elder Scrolls Anthology has been released to stores throughout North America and Europe for PC.