Tag "Elder Scrolls"

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset (Review)

Hot on the tail of last year’s release of the Chapter-based content, Morrowind, which saw the return of the Dark Elves’ homeland (last seen in Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind), Zenimax

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset – First Impressions

The last time I played Elder Scrolls Online, it existed for around a year and we were just getting the Thieves Guild content. That was back in 2014. Since then,

Todd Howard will receive GDC Lifetime Achievement Award

Since he began working at Bethesda Softworks in 1994, game designer Todd Howard has had a noteworthy career in the games industry. So much so that he will be given

The Hero’s Guide to The Elder Scrolls Online (review)

When Elder Scrolls Online came about, many people anticipated that it would play much like Skyrim. While the game possessed mixed reactions, those that stayed with the game loved it

The Elder Scrolls Online: Collector’s Edition bonuses revealed

I am not happy. “Why aren’t you happy, Adam?” you may ask. Well, because collector’s edition bonuses are getting absolutely ridiculous. I can accept a vanity pet or two. Heck,

Elder Scrolls Online – ‘Arrival’ Trailer

A new cinematic trailer for Elder Scrolls Online was unleashed today called “Arrival”, which continues from the “Alliances” trailer. A short recap of “Alliances” shows the forces of the Daggerfall

The Elder Scrolls Anthology coming in September, contains every Elder Scrolls game

Say hello the the Elder Scrolls Anthology. Announced during Quakecon, this currently announced PC-only collection will contain all the Elder Scrolls games and add-ons in one very affordable collection. The

Bethesda After Skyrim: Going on Vacation, Creation Kit, DLCs, and Making the Game Better

After receiving the award for Game of the Year at the Video Game Awards 2011 this past Saturday, Bethesda Softworks’ Todd Howard answered some questions from the media. What can

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim In-Game Trailer is Upon Us!

Yes, it’s finally here!┬áIt all started with a teaser trailer, and then a few pictures and information, and while some of you out there might think Bethesda was purposely torturing