Artist Uses Skyrim Glitches To Create Beautiful Nightmares

Artist Martin Olsson uses a combination of Skyrim glitches and CGI software to create some truly horrifying animations. That poor skeleton! Olsson has been publishing his monstrosities on Coub lately, and they’re a wonder to behold.

This Steam Game Wants To Be Diablo Meets Skyrim

Umbra, eh? I like the sound of this one. Problem is, it sounds almost too good to be true. Umbra is an action-RPG that aims to fuse the open-world freedom of Skyrim with the top-down hack ‘n’ slash combat and character progression of Diablo. It is also, as you may have noticed, gorgeous.

Skyrim D&D Ruins TV, But That's OK

So awpluke and some friends thought they’d spice their D&D game up by replacing a table with a flipped-over 50″ TV. Then putting Skyrim on that TV.

This Skyrim Mod Gives You Utterly Horrifying Followers

Why did someone make this? Why? Remember that horrifying Thomas The Tank Engine mod for Skyrim? The one that turned dragons in howling, demon-possessed husks of the childhood favourite? Yeah, well Trainwiz’s Funny Followers mod does it one better.

Steam 'Review Bombing' Is A Problem

In recent times, people have taken to flooding games’ Steam pages with (typically negative) reviews and tags to protest, well, lots of things. New features, viewpoints of creators, messages in the games themselves. But why? And does it actually work?

Some People Are Pissed That Skyrim's Paid Mods Are Gone

The era of paid Steam mods ended almost as quickly as it began. Some people are pleased. Others are even more upset than they were before.

The Pros And Cons Of Paid Steam Mods

That was some week for PC gamers, huh? Last Thursday, Valve announced a new feature that would let Steam users charge for Skyrim mods. By Monday, following severe backlash, it was gone.

Steam's Most Popular Skyrim Mod Is A Protest Against Paid Mods

The best way to critique Steam’s new paid mod section? Turns out it’s making mods.

Valve Cancels Paid Mods For Skyrim

Well, that was fast. Less than a week after implementing the arrangement, Valve and Bethesda have decided to cancel their paid mods scheme for Skyrim, and issue refunds to anyone who paid for one.

In Skyrim, Looting Is Not A Democracy

Looting in video games. It’s hardly a meritocracy, that’s a major part of what makes it compelling: it’s unfair and you have no bloody idea what you’re gonna get next.