Posts Tagged Bethesda
Fallout 4 teaser site updates Morse code for 26 November
More changes at thesurvivor2299.com today, with the introduction of yet another Morse code.
Fallout 4 teaser site gets Morse code update for 25 November
Even during a nuclear winter there’s no rest for the Morse code operator at thesurvivor2299.com.
Fallout 4 teaser site updates with new morse code message
Update 22/11/13: More codes have appeared with more messages
The mystery continues on the is-it/isn’t-it teaser site for an apparent Fallout 4 announcement, with the addition of a new morse code signal.
Without: 12 minutes of The Evil Within gameplay footage
Bethesda have released 12 minutes of gameplay footage from The Evil Within, the Shinji Mikami-developed survival horror game.
The evil’s showing off: The Evil Within gets new gameplay trailer
As I’m apparently now IncGamers’ Horror Guy, it falls to me to tell you about The Evil Within.
Looks like Arkane are making Prey 2 after all
Some super sleuthing over at Kotaku has led to some fascinating internal emails from Arkane’s creative director Raphael Colantonio finding their way to public eyes.
Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches DLC Review
You probably noticed that we ran a story last weekend about how Square Enix’s Thief has turned jumping into a context-sensitive action, with the lead level designer explaining this decision by saying: “Jumping, bouncing up and down, kind of broke the immersion … We didn’t want you to be the master thief and you just tend to fall off stuff all the time.”
I mention this now because Dishonored: The Brigmore Witches does let you jump, and – even though I regularly fall off stuff because, although I’m supposed to be the legendary master assassin Daud, I’m actually an idiot puppeteering his body – I find this quite immersive.
Dishonored ‘Game of the Year’ Edition spotted at Australian Classification Board
See, the Australian Classification Board don’t try to ban everything. As spotted over at allgamesbeta, the board has given an MA15+ rating to something called the Dishonored: Game of the Year Edition.
See The Elder Scrolls Online online: Bethesda to stream it from QuakeCon
Bethesda have unveiled the full lineup of panels and presentations at QuakeCon’s main stage, but – if you’re not going – you’ll likely be more interested to hear that they’ll also be streaming a lot of the more interesting one.
Bethesda embarks on another obscure marketing tease with #1960
Bethesda had so much fun with their obscure set of clues for The Evil Within, that they’re doing it again with something labelled ‘#1960.’ Initially, the developer tweeted a mash-up of three images.
Flower power: Bethesda’s latest weird message is some burning sunflowers
Bethesda is continuing its campaign of weird advertising today, with a new Vine-posted loop of some burning sunflowers.
Bethesda posts cryptic looping video, says it’s not about Fallout
Oh that Bethesda, always toying with us.
Their latest cryptic move, as spotted by NeoGaf, is to post a looping video on Vine (I don’t even know what Vine is, am I old?) showing glimpses of barbed wire and a pair of LPs (I know what LPs are, I’m definitely old.)
One record is attributed to Bach, while the other is labelled as “The Moonbeam Trio.” Bethesda’s Pete Hines has already given a pretty resounding nope to suggestions that this could be a Fallout thing.
Dishonored: Dunwall City Trials DLC review
I don’t know about you, but I’ve been having a hard time waiting for the Dishonored DLC.
Skyrim premium edition confirmed, coming before Christmas
A listing on Amazon has revealed the existence of a premium edition of Bethesda’s Skyrim.
Have a whale of a time in three forthcoming Dishonored add-ons
Bethesda and Arkane have been cooking up some add-ons for Dishonored that will begin in December with ‘Dunwall City Trials’ and continue into 2013 with two story-based expansions.
Here be Dragon rides? Skyrim files turn up potental DLC
File rummagers, you’ve got to love them. The latest possibility to be uncovered by a good old fashion root around in Skyrim’s 1.8 beta files is Dragon mounts and a trip to a location that was last sighted in Morrowind.
Hell returns with Doom 3: BFG Edition [Video]
The extended re-jig of Doom 3, subtitled the BFG Edition, will be released by Bethesda on 19 October for PC, Xbox 360 and PS3.
Dishonored is year’s biggest new IP, but Fifa 13 still top of chart
Fifa 13 is top of the UK chart for a third week in a row, with Bethesda’s Dishonored sitting in the runner up spot.
Dishonored devs signing copies in Austin GameStop, tonight
This only really applies to people in the immediate area of Austin, Texas (unless you plan to hop on a plane pretty soon), but developers from Arkane will be signing copies of Dishonored in an Austin GameSpot from 10pm Central Time tonight.
Bethesda still doesn’t know when Skyrim DLC will be available on PS3
While PC gamers are celebrating the release of Skyrim’s Hearthfire DLC, PlayStation 3 users are still wondering when they’re going to be able to experience their first taste of DLC for the fantasy RPG epic.
Skyrim’s Hearthfire now available on PC
Hurray! The Hearthfire add-on for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is now available on PC in English, French, German, Spanish and Italian flavours.
Rich Vogel to head Bethesda’s new ‘Battlecry Studios’
Bethesda has revealed the creation of a new Austin studio, going by the name ‘Battlecry’ and headed by former BioWare employee Rich Vogel.
Madness abounds in the third of Dishonored’s Dunwall tales [Video]
This third and final animated short about the backstory to Dishonored is titled “In the Mind of Madness” and, indeed, its protagonist Piero is not a well man.
Dishonored shares a further fable from Dunwall [Video]
Life in Dishonored’s city of Dunwall has become pretty rough, as we learned in yesterday’s backstory-packed video.
Dishonored’s developer diary reaches its End Game [Video]
The fourth installment of Dishonored’s developer diary series finds the Arkane staff reflecting on the ‘end game’ of the creative process.