Tag Archives: rpg
Everyone was expecting Bethesda to unveil Fallout 4 at E3 2013. It didn’t happen.
Now, ZeniMax VP Pete Hines is telling us why. In short, Hines says it was “unrealistic” for us to expect them to unveil a new game so quickly after finishing up with Skyrim.
He makes a good point. Bethesda is really slow to announce new games.
The first trailer for the next piece of Walking Dead content from Telltale is here.
This game looks a lot better than it did when it was first announced.
This is another, “Saw this one coming,” trailer.
The first real gameplay trailer for the next big open world RPG is here.
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.