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Amazingly enough, out of all the E3 news so far, this is all anyone is talking about. I'm sure you've already played Skyrim either on PC or Xbox 360, but now it's time for Skyrim Special Edition. Bethesda has promised all-new features like "remastered art and effects, volumetric god rays, dynamic depth of field, screen-space reflections, and more...
To add your own mod to the Steam Skyrim Workshop, the file size had to be trimmed down to 100MB. As of this week, Bethesda has, in their own words, "removed the restraining bolt" for the file size, allowing modders to upload their projects for however big they need to be! This will be part of the Steam Creation Kit update 1...
Watching the Dragon Age: Inquisition gameplay footage (part 1 and part 2) makes me want to go back and have a stroll through the huge regions of Tamriel... errr, I mean  Ferelden.   AT COMIC: An Age of Dragons
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Not bad :) "Honest trailer" for Skyrim: 
Filed under: PS4, XBOX ONE, SKYRIM
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, the highly regarded, first-person RPG could be making its way to new consoles, the Xbox One and PlayStation 4, according to a post on OnlySP. They point to a screenshot of the official Skyrim website, which indicates next-gen editions of the game in addition to 360, PS3 and PC versions...
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Probably due to the fact that Skyrim was Game of the Year back in 2011, Bethesda has decided to call their 2013 re-release of Skyrim on PS3, PC, and Xbox 360 the Legendary Edition. Making its way to stores on June 4th in North America and June 7th in Europe, it will cost $59.99. Included in the Legendary Edition is the Dawnguard, Dragonborn, and Hearthfire DLC, along with the latest 1.9 title update.
As the mantra says, all good things must come to an end. Earlier this year we saw the end of single-player DLC for Mass Effect 3, and now we've had the end of DLC for Skyrim. Bethesda confirmed that there would be no more DLC for the massive RPG in a blog post, and they thanked their devoted fans for all of their support...
Each and every month, various games and DLC are permanently discounted on the Xbox Live Marketplace. For April 2013, we don't have any DLC getting a price drop, though a good number of games are now cheaper. Check out all the reduced content below, with the new prices listed: The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim - $39...
Just like we said in the last activity period, there aren't many surprises on the most played Xbox Live games list, with the top 9 remaining the exact same week-to-week. On the XBLA side of things, both Hydrophobia and Alan Wake's American Nightmare managed to finish in the top 5 thanks to a recent sale, with newcomer Special Forces: Team X debuting at #12...
Last week on Xbox Live was a pretty predictable one, with Call of Duty: Black Ops II and Minecraft: Xbox 360 Edition finishing first and second as the most played games. Things did start to get a little more interesting in the Xbox Live Arcade sales charts, as The Cave managed to place in third, with Skulls of the Shogun finishing just behind NBA Jam: On Fire Edition at #9...
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Once again, we remind you that Bethesda is preparing a new round of DLC for Skyrim, entitled Dragonborn, which is going to be released for the Xbox 360 on December 4 for 1600 MS Points (with a PS3 version following sometime after that). Meanwhile, they've sent along these screenshots from the new DLC: click to view full gallery click to view full gallery
Filed under: SKYRIM, DLC
Bethesda Softworks confirmed that, Dragonborn, the latest round of downloadable for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is going to be available for Xbox 360 starting on December 4 for 1600 MS Points. PS3 users will have to wait a bit longer it seems. As we've reported back in October, this new DLC will feature the option to mount dragons (and God only knows we've all wanted to 'mount' a dragon at some point during our lives).
Filed under: SKYRIM, PATCH
Bethesda Blog is spreading the word that a new patch if available for the RPG, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. The patch updates the game to version 1.8 and is now live on Steam. Here are the notes: General memory and stability improvements Fixed rare crash when using vampiric grip Fixed issue where Arnleif and Sons Trading Company could become permanently locked Fixed issue related to duplicate NPCs Fixed rare issue where exterior door would not open properly
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was a tremendous success for Bethesda and it remains a beacon for single-player games, which (according to some people) are in a rather bad shape right now. Of course, both Xbox 360 and PC gamers already had a chance to play two DLC packs - Dawnguard and Hearthfire...
According to a report from Journal du Gamer (translation via OXM), which cited a "trusted source" close to developer Valve, Half-life 3 is, in fact, in development. Supposedly the game won't be out until after 2013. Meanwhile, and this is the cool bit, the anonymous source commented that the game was inspired by the RPG Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim...

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