So despite the odds, nobody managed to pick Thursday and Friday's game as being Daggerfall. The Daggerfall from the Elder Scrolls series. A game that was once known for being one of the most astronomically buggy titles in existence. The more things change, the more they stay the same, huh. Anyway it's a new week, and time for a new ScribbleTaku. More »
Skyrim is the fifth installment of the high fantasy series, Elder Scrolls by Bethesda. It has a grand total of 1550 for your gamerscore and a hefty 75 achievements, spanning the main game and three DLCs. Are you getting Dovah-keen to unlock them all? Quests with rare achievements will be denoted with a double asterisk (like so: Dragonslayer - 50G). Show More Summary
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim got the remaster treatment, so Oblivion fans will have to be content with the game now being playable on their Xbox One through backward compatibility. Microsoft quietly added it to its list official list,...Show More Summary
The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion is now on Xbox One backward compatibility, an excellent excuse to relive its signature moments. And that means even if seeing them demands a considerable investment of time and, depending on your tolerance...Show More Summary
The following info comes from GameStop's recent customer poll about top-requested games for the holiday... 1. Final Fantasy XV 2. Battlefield 1 3. Pokemon Sun/Moon 4. Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare 5. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
Starting today, players can purchase Crown Crates through the ESO Crown Store.
Sure, Skyrim: Special Edition has all the newest graphics and mod support, but if you want to experience The Elder Scrolls the way it was meant to be experienced - buggy, and starring like, six voice actors total - you need to pop in your copy of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion
The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion has been added to the Xbox One's backwards compatibility library. It's joined by other Xbox 360 titles like DICE's 2007 WWII shooter Medal of Honor: Airborne, Microsoft Studios' XBLA puzzler Astropop, and Frozenbyte's physics-based fantasy side-scroller Trine 2. Show More Summary
Though the revamped Skyrim Special Edition may be the new hotness in the world of Elder Scrolls right now, fans of the series on Xbox One can now take on another classic in the series: Oblivion....
The Elder Scrolls series is immersive and intriguing, but some things need to change before the next game.
The Elder Scrolls Online invites you to come see what happens in Bethesda’s universe 1,000 years before Skyrim. The Elder Scrolls Online will be free for Xbox Live Gold members from later today right through the weekend, giving you plenty of time to get to know and love the MMORPG. The free log-in period begins […]
Bethesda has had some issues with The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition, some of them being introduced by a 1.1 patch that was supposed to fix problems, but instead caused others. The 1.2 update fixed some of those, but other bugs still needed to be squashed. Show More Summary
Bethesda’s ‘Elder Scrolls Online’ will be free to play from Wednesday, November 23 at 12:01am ET until Sunday, November 27 at 11:59pm ET for Xbox Live Gold members. Players will get full access to The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited base game as well as a free 500 crowns to spend in the Crown Store. […]
Bethesda director and executive producer Todd Howard talking Fallout and Elder Scrolls with Rolling Stone's Glixel publication, and invariably, the subject of Skyrim on Switch came up. "Can you really bring Skyrim with you on the go?" the editor asked, referencing the Switch. "It's the same game on the TV and on the other screen," Howard replied. Show More Summary
Xbox Live Gold members will get a chance to take a crack at The Elder Scrolls Online for free this weekend on Xbox One....
Xbox One players can get access to the full base game with the ability to retain all progress if you decide to purchase the game afterward.
Zen Studios has teamed up with Bethesda, the worldwide publisher behind the blockbuster franchises Fallout, DOOM, and The Elder Scrolls, for a new pinball experience. Bethesda Pinball presents three exciting pinball tables based on Bethesda’s epic gaming universes: Fallout, DOOM, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Stay alive in the stunning yet hostile environments of...
While this is nothing more than just mere speculation at this point (though very very likely), these titles coming to the Xbox One via backwards compatibility could be a big surprise for users of the program, much like Microsoft stated earlier this month when they said they had huge plans for backwards compatibility for the […]
The Elder Scrolls series has always been immersive and intriguing — but some things need to change before the next adventure.