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Top 5 highly anticipated RPGs of 2015

Our top 5 picks for the most highly anticipated RPGs of 2015

2014 offered some of the best RPGs we’ve had in years and we’re all very grateful for that. That said, now it’s time to look to the future and see what this year can bring to the table in terms of role-playing games. Whether we’re talking about highly anticipated sequels to already acclaimed games or brand new IPs that promise to ...

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The Elder Scrolls Online already has an Xbox One release date

The Elder Scrolls Online was originally launched in April of 2014 for the PC and was also supposed to arrive on consoles a few months later. Zenimax initially pushed the Xbox One and PS4 versions of the game back until late 2014, although they ultimately never saw the light of day. A lot of console owners have been dying to get ...

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Elder Scrolls Online Cuts 6 Month Subscription

The Elder Scrolls Online versions for PS4 and Xbox One are to be released in 2015

The Elder Scrolls Online has cut their 6-month subscription option. This decision came around the time of the new year, and was not followed by any official announcement, it was much more of a stealth removal. The only official word from Zenimax Entertainment, developers of The Elder Scrolls Online, was, “We have noticed that players prefered subscriptions of 30 and ...

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Mojang reveals when Scrolls will get out of beta

Mojang says Scrolls will be out of beta by the end of November.

Swedish developer Mojang announced that their collectible card game, Scrolls, will be released approximately by the end of November. Scrolls has been in development for over three years, but the developers couldn’t finish it earlier due to their commitments to Minecraft and its community. The game is currently in open beta stage, but Mojang aims for a full release around ...

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Bethesda says The Elder Scrolls Online patch fixes skill experience issues


Bethesda announced that the maintenance of their Elder Scrolls Online North American megaserver is complete and that everything is back to normal. Following the maintenance, Bethesda also released Patch 1.4.7, which according to them, fixes one of the two major issues with skill experience. More specifically, due to these problems, players are lead to believe that their skill experience is rolling ...

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Fallout 4 will not be present at Gamescom 2014 says Bethesda’s VP

There is definitely no shortage of rumors and speculations regarding Fallout 4, but recently there was news that gave fans some real hope. As you can see from this listing Bethesda has confirmed that it will be attending Gamescom 2014, which takes place in Cologne Germany between August 14th – 17th. This is not exactly a novelty by itself, but if ...

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Morrowind running on the Skyrim engine will become a reality soon

Do you ever miss Bethesda’s 2002 The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind? I sure do. From time to time I even reinstall it and jump in for a quick session, but it’s just not the same anymore. After playing many of the visually stunning titles that came out in recent years, Morrowind’s graphics just seems incredibly outdated by today’s standards. On the other ...

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Defiance is now free-to-play

Trion Worlds’ sci-fi MMO shooter Defiance is now free-to-play on the PC. It will also go FTP on the PS3 and Xbox 360 starting with July15. The game is a tie-in to the Syfy show by the same name. Defiance – both the game and the show –  is set several decades into the future on a terraformed Earth. This ...

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The Elder Scrolls Online delay confirmed

Earlier we informed our readers that the next-gen console version of the highly anticipated MMO The Elder Scrolls Online was probably going to receive a 6 month delay. The information was leaked due to an FAQ that was probably published before the developers could make the proper announcement. The announcement did come and, as expected, The Elder Scrolls Online on ...

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