Fallout 4 is coming soon – but it will be as buggy and glitchy as Skyrim was? All signs point to “no.”
Ever wonder how games go from blank canvases to fully finished projects? As Bethesda points out with Fallout 4, not every game needs to start from absolutely nothing.
Fallout 4 is going to include a now mandetory Season Pass, as well as some deep creation tools for mods across all three platforms. Yes, PS4 as well!
With Bethesda very hard at work finishing Fallout 4, it’s obvious we won’t be hearing of a new Elder Scrolls soon. Skyrim’s sequel could be even further away than you think.
To say Skyrim was buggy when it launched would be an understatement. Thankfully, it was also a learning experience, giving the team knowledge to make a better Fallout.
How much would you pay for those mods that made a game worthwhile, or are you disturbed that the question is even being asked? Valve is listening and trying to understand.
Bethesda’s removing the modding file size restrictions from Skyrim’s creation toolkit. Great big mods are coming.
Final Fantasy XV is already being generous by giving us a demo before the game releases, but the size of the demo makes it even more impressive.
What would happen if two if Bethesda’s greatest RPG characters collided head to head?
Metal Gear Solid V is going to be a big game, but could it be even bigger than Skyrim?
Dragon Age: Inquisition is a ridiculous amount of fun, but you might need to become a hoarder to get the most out of it.
Dragon Age: Inquisition wasn’t created in a vacuum – it was influenced by a variety of elements. A major influence was The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.