Tag Archives: rpg
Project Cube World is an upcoming indie title that’s basically a Minecraft RPG. Rad!
Here There Be Monsters is a really cool mod for the PC version of Skyrim. It was created by Steam Workshop contributor Araanim. It adds nine huge monsters to the game.
This game looks terrible and it’s undeserving of The Elder Scrolls name.
Eurogamer is reporting that Bethesda will release a special edition of Skyrim that includes the original game and all three expansions: Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn. The SKU will apparently be called The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Legendary Edition.
No word yet on a release date or price – but it will probably be between $50 and $60.
Bethesda announced today that the studio is in pre-production on its next major project, and that means it’s time to say goodbye to Skyrim. That’s right – Dragonborn was the last piece of official DLC for the game. It’s on to The Elder Scrolls VI, apparently.
…or perhaps it’s Fallout IV? Good lord, that would be fucking amazing on next-gen.
It looks like Square Enix is working on a follow-up to Deus Ex: Human Revolution called Deus Ex: Human Defiance. They just filed a trademark on the name.
Between this and the movie, there’s a lot for Deus Ex fans to be pumped about.
Bethesda is looking to hire a “Future Generation Console Programmer” for an unannounced project. Is it Fallout 4? Or perhaps a follow-up to Skyrim? I can’t even begin to imagine how large and gorgeous the worlds for either of those possibilities would inevitably be.
…and there are only a few weeks to go until the first of the two new consoles is revealed.
The next RPG from CD Projekt Red (not team behind The Witcher) is apparently some sort of epic Blade Runner inspired story. This has the potential to be amazing.
Bethesda has finally overcome the issues they had porting DLC for the PS3 version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The official PlayStation blog is reporting that all three expansions (Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn) are due out sometime in the February.
And as if that’s not big enough news on its own, Bethesda has confirmed that they’re slashing prices by 50% at launch as an apology for the horrendous delays PS3 fans have endured!
In related news, the PC version of Dragonborn is coming February 5th.