Look, I enjoy Skyrim a hell of a lot. That’s no secret. But there comes a time where every Skyrim fan has to admit, y’know, fuck it.
I was hoping I’d like it more than the first, but sadly it’s just not grabbing me, as much as I love the characters.
Those paid mods that Bethesda said weren’t paid mods turned out to be paid mods and also worse than paid mods.
The Creation Club has gifted a bounty unto Fallout 4, and it looks like things are little too much like microtransactions and mods got welded together horrifically.
Demos aren’t exactly fashionable, and Prey not having one on PC is technically a non-issue.
Or it would have been, had Arkane’s reasoning not been so thoroughly and astoundingly wrong. At least when you think about it more than Arkane has.
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As Bethesda proudly announces it will no longer provide review copies until the day before a game launches, The Jimquisition decides to deliver some hefty side-eyeing.
This news came just as your very own Jim Sterling found out EA considers him a “wild card” who isn’t to be trusted with high profile games like Battlefield 1.
Game publishers have been steadily manipulating the review process for years, and when you consider how shitty the “AAA” game world’s become… is it any bloody wonder?
The PS4 version of Fallout 4 won’t be getting mods. Same goes for Skyrim: Special Edition.
Bethesda has revealed it was Sony’s call, and that’s no good. That’s no good at all.