The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim scored
another Game of the Year nod, this time at the Game Developers
Choice Awards during last night's ceremony in San Francisco. Portal
2, Uncharted 3, and Bastion also added a trophies to their
Bethesda's just unveiled a prime deal for anyone who enjoys RPGs, FPSes, swords, lasers, zombies, horses, or collecting lots and lots of little items to sell in exchange for health potions. Surely that's pretty much all of you...
Was Bethesda aware of
potential bugs in the PlayStation 3 version of Skyrim before the game
was released to consumers? Short answer, yes with an if; long answer, no with a but...
BAFTA unveiled its nominees for
this year's GAME British Academy Video Game Awards, and it appears
Batman: Arkham City and L.A. Noire are in for a big night...
Ninja Theory once had plans to extend
Enslaved: Odyssey to the West with a whole new online mode and fresh
DLC. Unfortunately, well, you already know how this story ends...
Skyrim's Creation Kit's only been online a short time, but already it's full of game-enhancing and/or immersion-destroying treats. Users have already downloaded some 2 million mods...
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was the big
winner at last night's Interactive Achievement Awards (IAAs) in Las
Vegas, scoring a total of five top honors including the coveted Game
of the Year title. Rest assured, the likes of Portal 2, Uncharted 3,
and Super Mario 3D Land were also shown some industry love...
The British Academy Video Games Awards
organizers have published their picks for this year's BAFTA GAME
Audience Award nominees, and you may be surprised to see which games
made the final cut. Or you may be completely unsurprised. Who knows?
Either way, BAFTA is putting a sweet prize for everyone who votes on
Want to see what Bethesda can do to Skyrim when unshackled by development schedules? Given a week to create anything they wanted and put it in the game, the team came up with this... and we might get to play some of it soon!
There's nothing worse than being immersed in a gaming world only for something so mind-numbingly stupid to pop up and shatter the whole illusion. In Skyrim's case - on the non-borked 360 version, anyway - it's the script and moronic delivery from the world's NPCs.
Let the OXM UK team, specifically Jon Blyth, explain via the medium of words, moving pictures and sex toys. Slightly NSFW.