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Another PC game launches just a bit broken.
Console owners will get the most out of this remastered version of Skyrim, though the game's universal appeal can't be denied even five years later.
We dig into Skyrim Special Edition and examine what makes Bethesda's RPG so compelling... and so controversial.
Is Skyrim Special Edition your first journey into Skyrim? Are you running around in circles? Here's where you should go, and what you should do.
All the videos fit to print in one place. See what you're missing.
You won't be seeing full day-one reviews from us or any outlet.
Sony and Bethesda worked out their issues, so Fallout 4 and Skyrim will be getting mod and PS4 Pro support.
There's a whole lot of stealth happening in this week's video round-up!
Cooking, killing, conquering, and piloting are the highlights in this video round-up.
Here's how you find the Hubologists and Hub's Alien Blaster, the best gun in Nuka-World.
Here's how you beat Nuka-World's trap-filled Gauntlet
I have settlements to build. So many settlements.
Video footage of the axed PSP Elder Scrolls game reveals it was well into development.
There's a number of open betas heading your way. Here's how you can play them all.
The closed beta is over, but the open beta is on the horizon!
Find a new rifle and power armor set in the DLC.
Bethesda outlines the upcoming DLC and Season Pass for Fallout 4.
Decide which faction to support for the fight ahead.
Help X6-88 track down a rogue synth in Libertalia.
Eliminate the enemies found at a nearby safehouse.
Help Proctor Ingram construct a special war device.
Fly to the Prydwen to meet Elder Maxson and earn Knight rank.
Get formally inducted into the Brotherhood of Steel faction.
These weapons are one of a kind and have unique special effects.
Learn where to find the rarest armor item in Fallout 4.
Use this quick method to level up your S.P.E.C.I.A.L perks.
Use the Network Scanner Holotape.
We've seen video game prologues like this before, but a trip to a world free of nuclear horror makes Fallout 4's worthwhile.
The infinite caps glitch explained.
Bethesda proves once again that with video games, nothing's easy.
Yes, Fallout 4 is indeed a Bethesda RPG, with all that entails.
Kat and Steve share their favorite and least favorite moments from the Elder Scrolls and Fallout games, rail against lore bloat, and ponder the ways in which RPGs as a whole can improve. Plus: We're giving away a free copy of Fallout 4!
Instructions on how to download and install the mod that lets you marry one of Skyrim's vampires, Serana.
From Pip-Boy to crafting, a strategic look at everything we know about Fallout 4.
Plus: DOOM goes back to its roots, and ambition trumps all in Fallout 4.
This show holds a lot of promise for RPGs, like a possible Dragon Quest VII release. Will our hopes be realized, or dashed?
Find every collectible Letter hidden throughout Wolfenstein: The Old Blood.
We give you the locations of all the Nightmares in Wolfenstein: The Old Blood.
After just a little more fighting, Blazkowicz will find himself face to face with a power he couldn't have imagined.
Last year's sleeper hit The New Order set a high bar. How MachineGames' upcoming preequel can match it.
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.
How Bethesda and MachineGames handled the touchy task of letting the Nazis win WWII.
You haven't played The Order: 1886 and The Evil Within yet... but you've already played them before.
It's a problem that plagues every MMO; how is Zenimax Online Studios dealing with it?
MachineGames sidesteps modern trends, but will their gambit pay off?
Could a new Fallout game be on the way? Signs are good.
Lies and deceit, or normal business operations? Looking at the situation surrounding Prey 2.
Now that Skyrim seems to be a done deal, what's next for Bethesda's juggernaut?
Yeah, Nazis are the worst. But can that fact alone carry a big-budget shooter these days?
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