Publisher Bethesda and developer Arkane Studios released an interactive video for their upcoming stealth-action game Dishonored.
Battlecry Studios is hiring now to build a team for an unannounced project.
Bethesda bucks the live-action trend for game ads and instead produces a dark and painterly look at its Dishonored world.
Dishonored: Rat Assassin is an unusual but addicting take on Arkane Studio’s first-person action game.
Skyrim’s latest expansion, Hearthfire, lets you build a house, raise a family, and do general homeowner things like keep giants from stealing your cows. Basically, it’s Skyrim meets the Sims.
The expansion sees a powerful vampire lord attempting to use the titular Elder Scrolls to vanquish the sun forever.
Nick “the newibe” Marinelli talks MAGFest: a long weekend of playing the Atari 2600 all the way through the PlayStation 3, listening to bands like Minibosses and Earthbound Papas, cosplaying, attempting game challenges, watching discussion panels featuring Sid Meier and Chris Hazard, and drinking with abandon.
This new video for Dishonored, an upcoming first-person shooter with superpower- and stealth-based gameplay, shows us three unique methods of escape.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim expansion Dawnguard will be available on Xbox 360 beginning June 26, but the PC and PlayStation 3 versions are still unaccounted for.
We’re not especially keen on substantial in-game content and bonuses like this being impossible to obtain without buying five different copies of the same game.
Intel’s annual Video Superstars competition wants machinima and game film directors to submit their best work for a chance at a $5,000 dream studio.
Fans will be pleased to learn that yet another feature from the 2012 Game Jam is making its way to Skyrim in the next update.
You’ll encounter players galore during your travels and adventures within The Elder Scrolls Online — except when facing a cataclysmic avatar of death towering higher than Mount Everest. Then you’re on your own, champ.
Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami is going back to doing what he does best — scaring the crap out of gamers.
Microsoft’s Kinect motion-sensing system is making its way into hardcore games, but not in the way everyone thought. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, one of the hottest-selling games from the fall, will exploit the voice-recognition feature in Kinect so that you can more easily navigate through the game’s complex interface. And you can cast spells more easily by shouting them.
Sci-fi action game Prey 2 isn’t canceled after all. Publisher Bethesda just released this statement to clarify previous rumors:
Bethesda is rolling out a free update later this month for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim that adds over 200 voice commands to the game via the Kinect accessory.
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The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim co-creator Todd Howard shared the secrets of video game design at the opening keynote of the annual DICE Summit in Las Vegas this evening.
For those of you who are nostalgic for the BFG 9000 gun and its ability to lay waste to hordes of demonic monsters, there’s a little ray of sunshine. The original Doom video game is now available on Xbox Live. You can download the game for 400 Microsoft points, or about $5.
ZeniMax Media, the parent company of video game developer and publisher Bethesda Softworks, has reached a settlement in the lawsuit against Interplay Entertainment over the Fallout brand.
Earlier this month, VentureBeat published a list of 10 of the most anticipated video games of 2012. Some of you had plenty to say about our picks, especially the fact that most of them were sequels. With many established franchises moving to a yearly release schedule, one might start to wonder where all the originality in gaming has gone.
This year, with our ramped up our GamesBeat review team, we’ve taken our Game of the Year choices much more seriously than we have in the past. We asked our reviewers to select the semifinalists and then picked the final winners ourselves. But our vote on the best game of 2011 ended in a tie, so we had to hold a tie-breaker round to pick our winner.
Bethesda Softworks’ The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim won the Game of the Year award at the Spike TV Video Game Awards show tonight.
Game tracking and social network service Raptr has crunched data from over 10 million users to name Bethesda Softworks’ The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as the “most played” game of 2011.