Today the minimum and recommended system requirements for Skyrim were released by Bethesda. According to the specs its recommended that you carry a quad-core cpu in your box as well as a video card with 1GB of RAM which is not as high-end as many people thought. Even I expected the specs to be a bit higher for this very promising game. But I think this will make a lot of Elder Scrolls fans happy that they don’t have to buy a new rig or update their current one.READ MORE
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At E3 earlier this year Bethesda showed a 20 minute long demo behind closed doors to the international press and to all the fans at QuakeCon and PAX Prime. Today they uploaded all of the footage onto the internet allowing everybody who wasn’t able to attend these events to enjoy more then 20 minutes of slaying dragons and talking to giants while game director Todd Howard talks you through it. Check out all three parts below and let us know what you think of it.READ MORE
The guys at CVG spoke to Todd Howard about dragons and DLC (downloadable content) for the upcoming Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. In terms of the scale of the DLC Todd said it will be “between Point Lookout for Fallout 3 and Shivering Isles for Oblivion”.READ MORE
Well it seems Bethesda’s getting the E3 spotlight today. The most anticipated project they’re presenting this year is without a doubt Elder Scrolls V Skyrim. Today some exclusive new videos have been released via official E3 sponsor channels (GT, G4) which show off the game in all its glory. Personally I can’t wait for Skyrim, it’s definitely going to be the best RPG of the year, or perhaps make that the best game of the year period. Release date naturally is 11.11.11 as we all likely are well aware of [...]READ MORE