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Skywind mod will re-open Morrowind to tourism 'soon'

It's been awhile since we heard from The TES Renewal Project regarding their mission to recreate The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind using the engine of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, but a new trailer reveals that the island nation of Morrowind isn't just continuing its extensive makeover, it's...

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Fallout 3 in 23 minutes or: How to Conquer the American Wasteland

While most Americans are doing their patriotic duty on Independence Day, setting off small explosions and slathering meat stuffs in copious gobs of ketchup, speedrunner BubblesDelFuego is celebrating his liberation of Fallout 3's speedrunning record. Bubbles was gunning for the world record at...

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Bethesda's BattleCry brings big swords, no gunpowder to online war

Bethesda unveiled BattleCry today, a new free-to-play multiplayer PC combat game from its studio of the same name. Set in a world where gunpowder has been banned, BattleCry's 32-player team action focuses on powerful "transformative" weapons. They include swords (very big swords) that become...

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The Evil Within needs two more months within the oven

The Evil Within is staying reclusive until October, after Bethesda announced new release dates for the Shinji Mikami game. Originally due to launch in late August, the asylum horror is now coming to North America on October 21, Australia on October 23, and Europe on October 24. A Bethesda...

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Wolfenstein enjoys 2014's second-biggest debut in the UK

Wolfenstein is only second to Titanfall for first-week UK sales in 2014, after notching a quarter of the country's physical software sales last week. Even more impressively, that translates into 36 percent of all revenue for the week. The New Order in the UK charts has MachineGames' shooter on...

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Elder Scrolls Online, free-to-play games still require Xbox Live Gold

One of Microsoft's big announcements today was the restructuring of Xbox Live Gold; the company will now allow Xbox 360 and Xbox One owners to use entertainment apps like Netflix and HBO Go without requiring a paid Xbox Live subscription. As Microsoft's Phil Spencer clarified to Joystiq today, the...

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The Elder Scrolls Online delayed 'about six months' for consoles

​​ Update: Bethesda confirmed it's delaying the Xbox One and PS4 versions of The Elder Scrolls Online by "about six months." The publisher said it's been a "challenging process" addressing a number of issues specific to the console versions of its MMO. "​We continue to work on the console...

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Wolfenstein: The New Order PC specs outlined for 'intended' experience

PC owners need fairly burly systems to play Wolfenstein: The New Order the way it was meant to be played, according to Bethesda. The publisher detailed system requirements for MachineGames' soon-to-be-released shooter, but went on to say they're the specs "to deliver the PC game as it was intended...

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Oculus accused of stealing ZeniMax IP [Update: Carmack responds]

[Update: John Carmack has responded to ZeniMax's claims. "No work I have ever done has been patented," he said. "Zenimax owns the code that I wrote, but they don't own VR."] The Elder Scrolls series publisher ZeniMax Media is seeking compensation for the Oculus Rift VR headset technology...

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Choose stealth or mayhem in latest Wolfenstein trailer

This trailer for Wolfenstein: The New Order depicts two schools of thought players can embrace when mercilessly killing Nazi soldiers in the game: Stealth and Mayhem. The MachineGames-developed FPS is slated to launch May 20 for Xbox One, PS4, Xbox 360, PS3 and PC....

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