Lead the way, Vilja!
Elder Scrolls to the bottom.
It's like a Daggerfall through my heart.
The elder Elder Scrolls.
As is Medal of Honor: Airborne, Astropop, and Trine 2.
Skyblivion is coming.
UPDATE: Zenimax pulls footage.
Community project could use your help.
TES thing, TES thing.
Should last you a knight or two.
The chirpy chirpy cheap cheap.
"The world focuses on you - you are the hero."
MMO set a millennium prior to Skyrim.
How the world of Elder Scrolls V stands apart.
Kvatch it while you can.
*A small cover charge may apply.
New BBFC rating suggests so.
Comes with money off Skyrim voucher.
Oblivion "sacrificed" it, says Howard.
Bethesda's new invention dissected.
Is a direct sequel to Oblivion.
Next feels "like you have a new console".
On the new game, the one after that, and ladders.
Elder hell do we know what it is?
Says Todd Howard was misquoted.
PC and Xbox 360 pairs.
"Really big" title to be revealed this year.
Except Horse Armor, which costs double.
On Live. Horse Armor in at nine. Neigh!
Plus: Bethesda not interested in the Wii.
Up to 60 per cent off certain bundles.
New website suggests so.
No word on Europe yet.
Inherit a Castle.
Bundled with Knights of Nine.
Says GCDC panel.
Clash of the Titans.
PC and X360 patches available.
Retailer won't stock it.
But Bethesda's keen on the kit.
Oblivion, GRAW 2, Double Agent, Rainbow Six all for later.
GRAW for real, Oblivion PS3, Xbox goes urban and ATEI 2007.
Remind yourself of Bethesda's brilliant masterpiece.
Quite happy just doing them.
Madness of Prince Sheogorath.
For PC this time.
For Xbox 360.
Knights of the Nine clarified.
Ten dollars on PC and 360.
360/PC owners getting it soon.
A bit anyway. DLC also planned.
With PSP version next spring.
White Stallion reports denied.
Vile Lair expansion announced.
Deathmatch and CTF planned.
Yet more Oblivion content.
Bug fixes, mainly.
Bug-fixes and so on.
CoD2 tops the charts.
Bethesda on PS3/PSP rumour.
Plus, Oldblivion for manky PCs.
For X360. Bit cheaper this time.
As in, not just with you.
Plus details on future DLC.
For just under two quid.
Fourth Elder Scrolls keeps EA from the top spot.
See Elder Scrolls IV in action.
Out in Europe this month.
Oblivious to Oblivion? Not anymore…
Rigorous testing going on.
Both PC and Xbox 360 versions.
Not a launch day title, oh no.
But doesn't need it.