The Switch is such a familiar part of the gaming landscape now that it's strange to consider that Nintendo's hybrid device is about to head into its first holiday season. What's even stranger is that for Baby's First Christmas, Nintendo's lineup is overloaded with deep single-player fantasy adventures: Role-playing games Skyrim and Xenoblade Chronicles, and the RPG-tinged action of Fire Emblem Warriors.
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It's clear that Bethesda is going to squeeze every last dollar it can out of Skyrim. A bunch of those will come from the VR port of the open-world RPG, which we haven't seen much of since E3 earlier this year. This weekend's Quakecon was Bethesda chance to demo a build and dispel some of the cynicism surrounding it. Unfortunately, reports suggest it failed. Hard.
Art dealer Cook & Becker (who put out that Sonic book we looked at on Monday) have something else to show this week: a series of quality art prints featuring concept art from Skyrim.
Remember paid mods and the fiasco that ensued after they launched? Well, Bethesda wants you to know that Creation Club — coming this summer to Skyrim and Fallout 4 — isn't that. But it does sound kinda similar.
The greatest tragedy in my life is that I am allergic to cats. I'd normally supplant my desire for cat ownership by getting one in a video game, but, a cursory look at the mods on Nexus shows me that video game cats in popular games like Skyrim and Fallout 4 aren't quite right. Here are the things Bethesda games get wrong about virtual cats, and the ways highly-endorsed cat mods on Nexus fix those issues.
On PC, mods are the lifeblood of games like Skyrim and Fallout. Console owners eventually got mods too, but it's not the same: the PS4 version of the game is severely limited by small file sizes and the inability to use external file assets. The joy of watching Thomas the Tank Engine careen across the sky might never grace Sony consoles, but even so, mod creators on the PS4 are still finding ways to make some pretty cool shit, as you'll see in this video.