---=== Introduction ===--- When The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion was first released it was a game that presented a mixture of often jarring contradictions to the players -- and in spite of the fact that it received nearly universal praise and is and was considered to be a game of considerable influence that left its mark on many of the Action-Adventure and RPG games that followed it, it was by no means a perfect game. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim fortunately does not seem to have inherited any of the more obvious imperfections, at least at first blush, but bear in mind that this must certainly be classified as a "snap judgment" when you consider that it is based upon a completely inadequate amount of exposure time to the game -- just what we could manage in the all-too-brief absorption that took place at PAX and at E3 and the subsequent glances through the mind's eye that are poss.. read more
28th Aug 2012 - (Play artsy classical music in your head as educational infotainment segment begins) Hello, and welcome to GUTV's wonderfully edumacational feature segment, Learning About Video Game Culture! Today's segment is on "Downloadable Content" -- or what the cool kids call "DLC." For those of you just tuning in, DLC is official additional co.. Read More.
2nd Aug 2012 - As revealed earlier today at QuakeCon 2012, Bethesda announced that Dawnguard, the first official game add-on for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is now available to PC users. The English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish versions can be downloaded from Steam for $19.99. The Vampire Lord Harkon has returned to power. Using the Elder Sc.. Read More.