Did you obsess over Skyrim? Did you make so many arrow in the knee jokes that your friends actually wanted to put arrows in your knees? This announcement might be for you. Check out more after the jump.
Xbox 360-owning fans of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim can look forward to more content with "Dragonborn," an add-on set to arrive on December 4. As for the PlayStation 3 version, the release date is currently unknown, but no matter your console of choice, you can get an early look at what to expect in the new trailer after the jump.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim already has plenty of game to offer, but that hasn't stopped PC modders from adding their own touch. Some of the latest mods are inspired by Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball Z, and let players do everything from sporting Goku's duds to blasting out furious kamehameha waves. See it all in action after the jump!
Many people on both sides of the ocean have the impression that Japanese gamers are not into Western games. Bump the jump to see why Japanese gamers themselves think that might be, or whether they do indeed think that at all!
Pull up your bean bags and dig into those cereal bowls. The Elder Scrolls Adventures with the Dovahkids may not exist now or in any other time, but Harry Partridge's fan-made animation is spot on none the less. Sugar high after the jump!
Between trying to earn mastodon tusks, slaying dragons, and less-epic quests like cooking and alchemy, there's plenty to do in the world of Skyrim, enough for Japanese gaming authority Famitsu to give the game a rare 40/40. Find out more after the jump!
Skyrim is no joke. Wander too far off the beaten path and you're going to get eaten by a dragon, smashed by a giant, or stumble across any number of exceptionally-powerful foes who will make mincemeat out of you. Unless, of course, you're this guy, who took on a dragon barehanded! Head past the jump to see this courageous fool's fate!
Here's something I wish more developer diaries tackled: the sound of games. Bethesda's "The Sound of Skyrim" diary does just that, and you can explore the creation of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's theme music and more after the jump.
Most gamers are already plenty hyped for 11-11-11, the date The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim swoops onto PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360. However, Bethesda has seen fit to take the excitement one step further with a live-action trailer. Behold its might after the jump.