the elder scrolls

Adding Oblivion To Skyrim, One Town At A Time

Beyond Skyrim is a series of in-development mods that seek to add lands… well, beyond Skyrim, to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Now, thanks to a new trailer, we have some idea of what one of these mods will look like: Beyond Skyrim: Cyrodiil, which deals with the country seen in TES IV: Oblivion.

Briefly: Read This Hilarious Write-Up About The 'Schlongs Of Skyrim' (NSFW)

She couples it with the “Bathing Beefcake Luxury Suite” mod. It’s as amusing as it sounds.

Buckle Up, It's Time For A New Skywind Trailer

For those who have missed it, Skywind is an ambitious mod that’s bringing Morrowind into Skyrim’s engine. We post about Skywind quite a bit here on Kotaku. With good reason. Because if this all pans out it will be the best.

Blacksmithing In The Elder Scrolls Online Is Complicated

In other massively multiplayer online role-playing games, blacksmithing involves find a forge in town and clicking about a bit. In The Elder Scrolls Online, you’ve got to kill some tigers first.

Skyrim Weddings Are The Best Weddings

Kotaku reader Sam Balcomb and his wife Kimi celebrated their one-year wedding anniversary this month. Congrats guys! To celebrate, Sam whipped up this awesome Skyrim panorama in honour of their big day.

Morrowind, You're Looking Awfully Fresh

Good times alert: this is another new clip for Skywind, the fan project aiming to recreate the third Elder Scrolls game using the engine from the fifth.

How To Battle Other Players In The Elder Scrolls Online

My painfully slow levelling pace kept me from participating in this week’s player-versus-player frolics in The Elder Scrolls Online beta, but fear not! Rev3′s Tara Long made it, and she gives a full accounting direct from the battlefields of Cyrodiil.

Wow, Elder Scrolls Online Graphics Comparison Is Like Night And Day

Sure, the difference between playing the PC version of a game on minimum and maximum settings is a big one. It’s supposed to be. But the gulf between the less-intensive option for The Elder Scrolls Online and the all-of-the-things alternative looks massive.

The Closest You Can Get To Actually Being In Skyrim

The Cyberith Virtualizer sounds like something out of a crappy sci-fi novel — until you watch this video and see what it can do.

This Is The Only Way To Play Skyrim, If You Hate Reality

Cyberith’s Tuncay Cakmak is at it again, blending the Oculus Rift with the company’s “Virtualizer” treadmill. This time round, instead of taking us through the bullet-riddled battlegrounds of Arma 3 or the… bullet-riddled battlegrounds of Grand Theft Auto IV, we’re slaying dragons, casting spells and punching people in the face with bows in Bethesda’s Skyrim.