The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Features
Kat and Nadia react to Monday’s news.
ZeniMax Media, which includes Bethesda's studios, has been bought by Microsoft. What now?
From A Link to the Past to Planescape: Torment, these are our favorite maps in video games.
I'm tired of it, and I don't have a good reason for it!
You were once the Dragonborn. Now you must be...the Batborn.
That's not to say some games couldn't make it easier for players to reach the credits when they want.
Skyrim has captured the hearts of players for years for a good reason.
How food comes alive in Battle Chef Brigade, Overcooked, and Consume Me.
Despite Breath of the Wild's forgettable quests and repetitive foes, it rises above its lackluster structure through other means.
Hi, I'm Johnny Knoxville and welcome to Skyrim VR.
Exclusive four-LP set from ThinkGeek.
Allow adequate room around you during game play, Dovahkiin.
It was spiders all the way down at Sony's press conference tonight.
OPINION: Those of us who entered The Elder Scrolls through Skyrim would love a little education -- especially if it's portable.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Does Skyrim hold up? Do RPGs need to be more accessible? Nadia and Kat have thoughts!
We dig into Skyrim Special Edition and examine what makes Bethesda's RPG so compelling... and so controversial.
There are many good reasons why someone might want to play a game in Easy Mode, and none of them impact you.
AXE OF THE BLOOD GOD: Kat and Nadia tackle Nintendo's newest console. Plus: World of Final Fantasy and Pokémon Sun and Moon.
"Is Nintendo porting Wii U games to the Switch?" Nope, they're all-new. But don't be fooled into thinking the Switch is woefully under-powered.
Skyrim told us a million bite-sized stories, and we're starving for more. Unfortunately, The Elder Scrolls VI isn't coming any time soon.
Between Horizon, Witcher 3, and Far Cry Primal, we're getting a major influx of hunting games. Why?
How relevant is DLC for a year-old RPG? Depends.
Jeremy looks back at three years of ongoing addiction... and why he'll probably never finish this massive RPG no matter how long he plays.
Now that Skyrim seems to be a done deal, what's next for Bethesda's juggernaut?