Wolfenstein: The New Order is a videogame that has guns in it, and you use these guns to kill people. That's about as remarkable a statement as I could rack my brain for after spending three hours with game.
As much as some W... more
You'll get to shoot Nazi faces off in Wolfenstein: The New Order starting on May 20, 2014 in North America, and May 23, 2014 in Europe.
Typically release date confirmations would be a story on its own, but Bethesda has sweet... more
Bethesda has announced The Elder Scrolls Online Imperial Edition, available in a physical form ($99.99) or digitally ($79.99). It contains the typical bonuses one would expect of an Elder Scrolls collector's edition, but then... more
Did you know that this guy's name is Boxman? I wasn't aware until today.
He's been featured prominently in Bethesda's promotion of The Evil Within so far, which has me wondering if the intent is for him to become the title's ... more
Bethesda has lifted the curtain on the next and final DLC for Arkane Studios' Dishonored. Picking up right where The Knife of Dunwall left off, The Brigmore Witches is heading to PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3 on August 13 i... more
Bethesda is bringing back Wolfenstein, the first-person shooter that lets you kill countless Nazi bastards. The New Order takes place during the 1960s in an alternate history Earth where the Nazis have taken over the entire p... more
[Update: Telltale is mistakenly credited for the LEGO games in the source report, but it should be Traveller's Tales.]
French game studio Ubisoft released its fiscal year 2013 earnings earlier today, trumpeting its tidy profi... more
Even without Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami's name so prominently attached to The Evil Within, I like to believe that I'd still be this eager to see more of the upcoming PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and next-ge... more
Almost two months after coming out on the Xbox 360, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim's latest DLC, Dragonborn, has made its way onto the PC.
The content here is amazing, as Chris already explained in his review back in December. He only encountered a few bugs, but the experience on PC for a lot of people is a little less stable, to the point of the game breaking in certain cases. more
Some new screens for Dishonored have arrived, and they're about as spooky as the last ones, as the game's cultural elite continue to done masks fashioned out of nightmares. Who told that lady the "human moth" look was in this... more
We got hold of some new images for the upcoming Dishonored, including some rather disturbing ones from the Lady Boyle mission I recently previewed. That baby mask is really something. I'm glad I didn't come across it during m... more
One of my favorite booths at E3 this past week was easily Bethesda's. The majority of the inside of their setup was decked out with all sorts of props recreated from their upcoming game, Dishonored. Hopefully, Bethesda brings the same booth to PAX Prime this year. Fans would appreciate it way more than a bunch of jaded journalists.
Anyway, let's take a little tour of their booth, shall we? more
Truth be told, I have yet to finish the main quest of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, mostly because I'm just far too busy with exploring random caves and dungeons through out the land. But after seeing the trailer for its first... more
It seems that the whaling city of Dunwall sure is full of a lot unsavoury individuals, each looking to cut you worse than the last one did. But don't forget that Dunwall has its fair share of interesting sites to ta... more
Gotta say that Doom 3 looked a lot more terrifying back in 2004, but hopefully Bethesda is still polishing it up. That "Lost Missions" chapter seems interesting as well, but the game won't coming anytime soon.
Doom 3 BFG Edition will be bringing 2004 high-definition hell to Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC this fall. more
Following the first details on the next entry in the Elder Scrolls franchise, Bethesda has just released a new teaser trailer for The Elder Scrolls Online. Not much is revealed in the trailer, other than a few glimpses at so... more
You'll never have to ask yourself how great the Elder Scrolls games would be as an MMO again. Elder Scrolls Online is here to fulfill all of those fantasies as well as ones you never knew you had. We got a really early look a... more
First-person, steampunk-flavored supernatural stealth action, anyone? It sounds weird, but it works wonderfully. Arkane's Dishonored is all of that and more, making for a game that is all over the place, but in the best way. ... more
Locked up for a crime you did not commit, and accused of killing the empress you swore to protect, you are left to rot in prison for your unjust conviction. Your only saving grace is an amoral mystical being who endows you wi... more
After seeing Allistair's report of QuakeCon 2011, this year's convention sounds rather appealing. Pre-registration will open up tonight at 8:00pm Eastern; those in the audience who are afraid of time zones can simply watch th... more
Bethesda today unleashed some new screenshots for Arkane Studios' unique steampunk shooter, Dishonored. Decadence and devilry rule the roost in this selection of very nice looking images.
There's some concept art as wel... more
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, otherwise known as the best videogame out of all videogames that let you stab a wolf in the head, has a batch of steaming fresh screenshots available. Why not have a look at them?
The new shots se... more
If you don't spend 45-minutes (minimum!) customizing your character when you finally get your hands on Skyrim this November, you're doing it wrong.
But if you'd rather Bethesda hold your hand, you're at least going to h... more
Jim was puzzled over Arkane Studios' decision to put Dishonored's police on stilts. Perhaps someone was listening -- there are no stilt police to be found in these latest screenshots for the upcoming first-person shooter.&nbs... more
Take a look at the Dishonored image above. Those are law enforcers on robotic stilts. They are the STILT POLICE (not the official name), and I have so many questions about them. In fact, let's list them:
Why are those police... more
I'll be honest -- in the Gamescom madness, I can't tell what's new and what's old anymore. I think we haven't posted these Prey 2 before, but if we have ... you can stuff it up your arse.
These possibly-fresh images rev... more
Here's the post you've been waiting for, a delicious gallery revealing every available race and two genders for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Whether you're an Orc fan, an Argonian lover, or a humdrum Human, you'll get a lovel... more
Bethesda has revealed the first screenshot for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim containing a Dark Elf, giving fans their first look at the Dunmer race. This particular character is a Thief, and he looks pretty scary.
Fans we... more
New Dishonored screens have emerged from QuakeCon 2011 today and it's finally made me take notice of Bethesda's next title. The "first-person stealth/action adventure" game as it's described looks pretty damn rad. I kind of g... more
The next bit of downloadable content for Fallout: New Vegas is due to arrive on July 19. It'll be called Old World Blues, and we have some screenshots for you to look at in the gallery.
I don't know what else you want me to say. Go look at the pictures, you smelly little arse. more
Here is the latest batch of screens for id's upcoming RAGE. In speaking to people on the E3 showfloor, the game was getting mixed reactions -- possibly because it was unfortunate enough to be playable directly after the ludic... more
Some new Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim screens have shown up, and these ones actually show something besides mountains and iTunes-inspired menu systems. The French video game site Jeux Video Network uncovered a nice haul of them.... more
As a veteran of Fallout 2, I am almost physically incapable of resisting the urge to skin Geckos, the mutated descendants of...well, geckos, that populated the the area. The screenshot above, part of a new batch posted by Fal... more
Dystopian wastelands have never looked quite so good, in my opinion. The Fallout 3 Post Nuclear Blog has collected a bunch of new screenshots for you to check out that show off how good Bethesda's take on the Fallout univers... more
This morning, Bethesda was kind enough to send over some new screenshots from their forthcoming mega-sequel, Fallout 3. The good news is that this game still looks as great as it did when I had a chance to see it in act... more