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Game review: The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor expansion (PC)
Greymoor is this year’s new chapter and is part of the year-long Dark Heart of Skyrim adventure.
Return to Vvardenfell in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind
Bethesda and Zenimax Online invite players to return to the island of Vvardenfell in The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind.
The Elder Scrolls Online finally arrives on the new-gen consoles
Netguide's Darren Price takes a look at The Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Unlimited, now available for Xbox One and PlayStation 4.
Big changes for The Elder Scrolls Online
Bethesda have finally ended weeks of speculation on the future of their fantasy massively multiplayer online game, The Elder Scrolls Online.
The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition- first impressions
Friday saw the release of The Elder Scrolls Online, the latest title in Bethesda Softworks’ award-winning fantasy role-playing game franchise.
Skyrim showcases new Xbox content
If you’re still playing Skyrim on your Xbox 360 (unlikely) then you’ll be happy to hear a whole lot of new content is available...
Skyrim download pack releasing next month
The next downloadable content pack for Skyrim has been detailed and will be released early next month.
Copyright cut for Skyrim mods
One of the most promising Skyrim mods has been binned for copyright reasons.
Will Dawnguard be the only DLC for Skyrim?
The first large-scale downloadable content pack, Dawnguard, was released for the Xbox 360 last week, but lead artist Matt Carofano says they have yet to start thinking about any new DLC.
Skyrim too big to be bug-free: Bethesda
With first add-on pack Dawnguard entering beta testing, the game's makers acknowledge that it's impossible to account for every possible savegame permutation.
Trailer: Elder Scrolls Online teaser
In typical fashion, Bethesda are keeping their cards close to their chest with their MMO based on the huge Elder Scrolls franchise.
Elder Scrolls to go online next year
Bethesda giving franchise fans chance to square off in MMO set 1000 years before the events of Skyrim.
Computer game tested as depression treatment
Fantasy game 'Sparx' proves as effective as traditional therapies.
Use real shouts in Skyrim with Kinect
Bethesda uses Microsoft motion device's voice capture function to enable spoken commands.
Can ‘open world’ games still tell good stories?
Artist who worked on Witcher series says games like Skyrim offer ‘fake’ choices.
Skyrim creation kit on its way
Bethesda announces Elder Scrolls mod tool, posts video highlighting new features.
Bethesda confirms Skyrim PS3 lag fix
Patch due in next few weeks will re-ignite game for frustrated Sony fans.
Long wait for fix to Skyrim's PS3 lag issue
Last week's patch works for some, but others will have to sit it out.
Skyrim becomes first Western game to receive perfect score from Japanese mag Famitsu.
Game review: Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Although the game is as majestic as the dragons that populate it, it's also not without a soft underbelly of glitches and frustrations.
Skyrim crushes competition - Updated
Seven million units, over US$450 million in sales, 50 'perfect' reviews.
The never-ending Skyrim
Game director says there is no limit to the number of randomly generated quests.
Skyrim DLC to offer quality over quantity
Bethesda Game Studios’ Todd Howard has told Wired that any DLC releases will be bigger and more substantial than the quick cash cows offered by some studios.
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