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The charity that wants video game karts in every hospital

In many ways, Jonathan Watson is like other 11-year-olds. He does his homework, dreams of becoming a doctor and plays video games when he can. Depending on the day, his favorite is either Minecraft or The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Unlike...Show More Summary

Escaping Skyrim's shadow

When I look back on my 90 hours with The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, I think of constellations rearing gossamer heads over the hills near Whiterun. I think of sunken cities grown copper-green with age, of flipping through books for mention of long-extinct civilisations, and snow licking the path to the summit of the Throat of the World. Show More Summary

The Insane Amount Of People Playing Elder Scrolls Online

ZeniMax Online's The Elder Scrolls Online has been going strong for several years now. The game has managed to hit an insane milestone that will most definitely make a lot of other companies jealous due to the amount of people playing it.

The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Legendary Edition Steam CD Key for $12

SCDKey currently has the Elder Scrolls V Skyrim Legendary Edition Steam CD key for only $12. For comparison, Amazon has the PC version for $26.  (Though if you prefer console gaming, Amazon has both XBox and PS4 for $14). From the page...Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls Online Has A Botting Problem

Players of The Elder Scrolls Online have found a cheap way to level up their characters, and they don’t even have to be at the keyboard to do it. Read more...

Bethesda’s Todd Howard inducted into game academy’s Hall of Fame

Todd Howard, executive producer and game director at Bethesda Game Studios, has made games like The Elder Scrolls and Fallout for decades, and tonight he was honored as the 22nd inductee into the Hall of Fame at the game industry’s equivalent of the Academy Awards. Howard was honored by his peers in the Academy of […]

Check Out The First Gameplay In Elder Scrolls Online: Return To Morrowind Trailer

A lot of gamers who may have missed out on the original PC and OG Xbox release of The Elder Scrolls III: Morrorwind will get a chance to kindle some of the fond moments from the region in The Elder Scrolls Online. In fact, Bethesda released a new trailer to showcase what's in...

TESO: Morrowind - Gameplay Trailer

After its announcement earlier this month, here is the first gameplay trailer of The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind that showcases familiar places like Seyda Neen and Vivec City plus new enemies, armors, weapons, and the new player class: the Warden. The title will be out on June 6.

Bethesda is still somehow being cagey about Elder Scrolls: Skyrim on Switch

In a Polygon interview rife with info regarding the future of Bethesda and some of Todd Howard's potential future projects, one thing stands out -- we still know next to nothing about Skyrim on the Switch. When asked, Howard's response...Show More Summary

Here's what The Elder Scrolls Online's take on Morrowind looks like

The Elder Scrolls is venturing back to Vvardenfell for the first time since 2002. Well, you could technically see it off in the distance in Skyrim, but that's not a proper visit. Flying over Wyoming doesn't mean you've been to Wyoming. No,...Show More Summary

Watch The First Gameplay Trailer For 'The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind'

A few weeks after the initial announcement, we finally get to see what Morrowind looks like in "The Elder Scrolls Online."

The Elder Scrolls Online gives us our first look at the return of the weird land of Morrowind

“Now is the time to return to Morrowind.” Bethesda has released a new trailer for its massively multiplayer online role-playing game The Elder Scrolls Online today, giving players its first good look at Morrowind, an expansion coming out on June 6 for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC title. You can watch it above. […]

Watch: Johnny cooks stuffed grape leaves from The Elder Scrolls Online

One of the consumable items on offer in The Elder Scrolls Online is the venison-stuffed grape leaf - a little parcel filled with meat and rice. One of our YouTube viewers asked me to recreate these tasty morsels for the latest episode...Show More Summary

'The Elder Scrolls Online' Goes To 'Morrowind' In New Trailer, Screenshots

'The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind' gets its first gameplay trailer and some new screenshots.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind – here’s your first look at gameplay and the new Warden class

Here it is: the first gameplay trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind. Announced in January, The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind takes players to the island of Vvardenfell. Here, they will encounter new monsters, and will collected new weapons, and armor. In the video, you also get a look at the new Warden class and […]

Elder Scrolls Online Faces the Future with Morrowind Expansion

The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind is taking the MMORPG back to some of its most iconic roots, while injecting a fresh round of new features. At a presentation at ZeniMax Online's offices, Shacknews had the opportunity to see the new...Show More Summary

How The Elder Scrolls Online: Morrowind transforms Vvardenfell

ZeniMax Online Studios has shared fresh details of the people, places and lethal steampunk contraptions you'll encounter in The Elder Scrolls Online's new Morrowind expansion, due for release both as optional DLC and as an updated edition of the game on 6th June 2017. Show More Summary

The Elder Scrolls Online’s’ Homestead Update is now available on Xbox One

Bethesda just released the Homestead Update for its popular MMORPG ‘The Elder Scrolls Online’ for Xbox One and PS4. The update, which acts as the game’s player housing system enables you to buy and own a home in Tamriel and brings with it some new quests. There are around forty homes to purchase, with over two […]

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