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It's Time To Compare The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition To The Old Version
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 21st of October 2016 - 07:00 PM ]
Skyrim A new gameplay trailer for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is here and it shows how well Skyrim has been enhanced for this gen On October 28th a portion of gamers out there who happened to miss out on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be able to give it a go on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC. Or for those long time fans of Bethesda's franchise, you'll be able to dig back into the game's world yet again with all of the upgrades expected for these systems and the DLC that has been released so far. The world of Skyrim is going to be overrun yet again but this is of course a good thing. Read More...
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Skyrim Dawnguard - Skyrim's First Expansion
by Corey Dockendorf [ Wednesday, 6th of June 2012 - 04:51 AM ]
Finally! With a game this big it is a little surprising that Bethesda is ready to give us new DLC. Honestly, Skyrim has only been out since Last November (2011) and we are seven months from its release and already we are waiting for a full expansion pack called Dawnguard. Prepare yourself Dovakhiin; there are vampires in the woods.Seriously, check out the video below. There are people that haven't even beaten the game yet (*cough* Quiglin *cough*) that adding this type of expansion pack is huge for. Read More...
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Skycast Episode Five: Levels 36-50 & Beyond
by Brian Bentley [ Thursday, 26th of January 2012 - 10:35 PM ] brings you the Skycast - a podcast involving all things Skyrim. Brian and Corey finish up the final episode of the Skycast talking about their favorite quests. While this list is not entirely comprehensive, it does include quests you really should not miss if you decide to sit with the game. We did have some technical difficulties so just try to ride them out. The episode covers approximately levels 36-50 and beyond (basically end game) of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Read More...
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Skycast Episode Four: Levels 26-35
by Brian Bentley [ Thursday, 8th of December 2011 - 12:30 PM ] brings you the Skycast - a podcast involving all things Skyrim. Brian and Corey are joined this episode by PDP's Community Manager Extraordinaire - Candace. The three discuss Candace's experiences on the XBox 360, fighting dragons and how her horses keep seeming to find themselves in precarious situations. The crew touches on the continuing troubles facing owners of the PlayStation 3 and you definitely do not want to miss Corey and Candace teaming up to harass Brian over his lack of continuing the main story line. The episode covers approximately levels 26-35 of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Read More...
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Skycast Episode Three: Levels 12-25
by Brian Bentley [ Tuesday, 29th of November 2011 - 08:47 PM ] brings you the Skycast - a podcast involving all things Skyrim. Corey and Brian discuss levels 12 through 25 of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The guys have really begun to play completely different stories - Brian towards the magic side of things and Corey is following more of the main story. More legendary stories are afoot as Corey has a blackout experience in game and Brian is knee-deep in the undead. The guys also touch on their reactions to the palpable racism towards dark elves in the game. Read More...
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Aggrocast Episode Ninety: Skyrim, Sequels And Series
by Brian Bentley [ Monday, 28th of November 2011 - 10:14 PM ]
Matt joins Brian and Corey again for Aggrocast hijinks, including being completely disconnected from the call. The format jumps around as Brian and Corey wax poetic on The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as they wait for Matt to return and they generally talk about what they've been playing including Batman: Arkham Asylum, WoW, Braid and Fusion: Sentient. We may have bounced around a bit, but your favorite features are still there. Care / Don't Care has the guys hitting up another eight topics and Community Spotlight shines on the Ghoul Girls. Read More...
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Skycast Episode Two: Levels 6-11
by Brian Bentley [ Wednesday, 16th of November 2011 - 05:47 PM ] brings you the Skycast - a podcast involving all things Skyrim. Corey and Brian discuss levels 6 through 11 of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Now, the introductions are over and the guys tackle the expansiveness of the world as well as the many funny stories that have spun out through interactive play. Not all is fun and games, though, as the guys tackle the petty haters and nitpickers on the forums. Warning: There are more than a few spoilers. Read More...
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Skycast Episode One: Levels 1-5
by Brian Bentley [ Monday, 14th of November 2011 - 01:39 AM ]
Aggrogamer brings you the Skycast - a podcast involving all things Skyrim. Corey and Brian discuss roughly the first 5 levels of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. In this inaugural episode, the guys tackle their initial impressions of the introduction, graphics and sound. They also talk combat and quest structure, as well as the people of Skyrim. Warning: There are more than a few spoilers. You've been warned. Read More...
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The World Of Skyrim - Reaching New Heights
by Corey Dockendorf [ Wednesday, 9th of November 2011 - 10:47 PM ]
The latest developer's diary is up at the Elder Scrolls Community page, and this time we are taken into the world of Cyrodiil and we see this world brought to life. Full of character and lush landscapes, this massive world is a time sync TES fans know and love. If you haven't checked it out yet I also recommend for the more technical reader to check out the brief history of Cyrodiil. This way you can see how a game world takes shape from a more technical aspect. It's amazing the detail that this team has brought into the world. Read More...
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The Sound Of Skyrim - Making A Dragon Sandwich
by Corey Dockendorf [ Monday, 7th of November 2011 - 10:01 PM ]
There are a ton of factors that go into making a game: graphics, UI, scripting, but one feature that really stands out and can make or break a game is the sound. Bethesda has released their latest podcast featuring Mark Lampert - Bethesda game studios Audio Director - giving a full look at what went into making the music and sounds of Skyrim. I've always found voice acting and soundtracks to video games such an interesting element, so it's always fascinating to see how much goes into it from the other side of the screen. Check out the video below. Read More...
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Making Of Skyrim - Behind The Wall
by Corey Dockendorf [ Friday, 4th of November 2011 - 05:02 PM ]
As you can tell with just a little over a week left until The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is released. I'm a little excited. Ok… I can't wait for this game. There is a lot that's coming down the pipe recently from Bethesda Studios and we recently got a look at the behind the scenes and the making of Skyrim. What you're about to watch is called "The making of Skyrim - Behind the Wall." It is a short documentary from Bethesda Studios about the making of Skyrim. Read More...
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Skyrim Artists Release Podcast And Concept Art
by Corey Dockendorf [ Thursday, 3rd of November 2011 - 05:49 PM ]
The Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim is just around the corner and the Bethesda artists have taken to the web and are giving us a look at what goes into (conceptually) creating the world of Skyrim. Also a podcast with some excellent commentary, Completely Blue Sky: The Art Of Skyrim is a must listen for any Elder Scrolls fan. "(Adam) Adamowicz, a Bethesda veteran, was joined by his friend (Ray) Lederer in the fall of 2008. The two have known each other for over a decade, putting them very clearly on the same page in both art and attitude. Read More...
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Skyrim Collectors Edition Announced At QuakeCon '11
by Corey Dockendorf [ Friday, 5th of August 2011 - 09:26 PM ]
Today at QuakeCon 2011, The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim panel, Todd Howard (Game Director of Bethesda Studios) released the official announcement and details of the Skyrim Collector's Edition. Coming out on 11/11/11 for the PS3, XBox 360 and the PC, the Skyrim Collector's edition is sitting at a price point of $149.99 for some pretty cool extra swag. Along with the Collector's Edition announcement, Todd Howard also showed off some Skyrim game play live to the audience. Read More...
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New Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Trailer Is Nothing Short Of Epic
by David 'Hades' Becker [ Friday, 25th of February 2011 - 07:56 PM ]
By Matt Waitt You might want to put on a clean pair of underwear after watching the newly released game play trailer for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Oozing with intensity, the trailer showcases epic fights against dragons, immense/diverse scenery and a score that is sure to make your heart flat-line. Developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks Elder Scrolls V takes place two hundred years after Oblivion in the land of Skyrim. Troubled by the assassination of their king, Skyrim breaks out into civil war distracting them from the newly risen god of destruction; Alduin. After watching the new trailer I realize my jaw has dropped to the floor. Read More...
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Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Trailer AT VGA's
by Corey Dockendorf [ Monday, 13th of December 2010 - 09:22 PM ]
This weekend Bethesda revealed their latest endeavor with a new Elder Scrolls series during the Spike TV VGA's. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the long awaited sequel to Oblivion. The teaser doesn't give us much except for a little bit of story and some awesome stone wall which comes to life. If you want to take a full look at the wall check out the Skyrim teaser site. Skyrim also brings with it new technology, a new graphics/game play engine actually. Bethesda has announced that this time around they will be using a custom built game engine that will be more powerful than the previous Gamebryo engine which brought us Oblivion, Morrowind, and Fallout 3. Read More...
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