The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary coming to consoles and PC

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Legendary coming to consoles and PC

Bethesda has confirmed an infamous legendary edition for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and it’s great to see this for gamers like myself that haven’t picked up the gem yet and need a reason to now. Coming to your Xbox360, PS3, and PC June 4th if you’re in North America and June 7th if you’re in Europe and Australia this edition of the game will cost you $59.99 or $65.31 for those who want to know exactly how…

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Skyrim – Kinect Support Now Live, Command List, New DLC and 10 Year Morrowind Anniversary

Skyrim – Kinect Support Now Live, Command List, New DLC and 10 Year Morrowind Anniversary

So there is now an update for Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for the Xbox 360 only now live that gives the game support for the Kinect Motion/Voice Sensor. You can now use voice commands in Skyrim for ‘shouts’ among other things. Since Bioware’s release of Mass Effect 3 and its flawless Kinect voice commands (if used properly) that can detect your voice and choose the right command every time, it has changed the world as…

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Skyrim Update 1.5 hitting consoles today

Skyrim Update 1.5 hitting consoles today

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is getting an update formerly only released to PC.  Due to all of the requirements by Microsoft and Sony for updating games the patch is coming a couple of weeks after its initial release on the PC version.  So for all of you console lovers Bethesda has finally released patch 1.5 as of today.  Below are some of the bugs that the new patch will fix as well as some new features added to the game…

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2011 Spike VGA Coverage Wrap Up & Winners

2011 Spike VGA Coverage Wrap Up & Winners

The red carpet for the 2011 Spike Video Game awards was crowded as ever this year, with developers just running by to avoid the chaos. While we got a few interviews, all of our coverage of the event before and after can be viewed right here if you do not see it in this article. The winners of the 2011 VGA awards are listed below: Game of the Year – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim…

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