Developed by Wales Interactive and published in late 2013, "Master Reboot" was launched to middling sales on the indie gaming market. In this article, Bennu dives into the Soul Cloud to get to the bottom of this mysterious digital world . . .
This tutorial will show you how to create better-looking characters in "Skyrim" by combining theory, observational skills and lots of practice.
Learn how to change your Skyrim character's name and appearance later in the game by using the console.
Advice, tips, and tricks designed to facilitate a Skyrim play-through for a broad range of players. Only the most pertinent Skyrim advice, tips, and tricks lie herein.
Chests are one of the primary ways to progress in "The Elder Scrolls: Blades." This guide covers how they work and where to farm them.
Bored of the vanilla followers in Skyrim? Can't find the perfect marriage partner? If you own a PC copy of the game, you can rectify this disappointing state of affairs by creating a companion of your very own. Although there are a lot of steps, it's not complicated to do, and this tutorial will guide you every step of the way, even if you're a Creation Kit noob.
One of the hottest topics in the Skyrim forums these days is whether or not certain skills are too under- or over-powered. This article takes a look at some of the complex factors that go into designing these game mechanics and whether and how they might be fixed. Do you agree or disagree? Share your opinions!
Are you looking for a deeper role-playing experience? Skyrim was made for role-players, and gives you plenty of ways to lose yourself in another time and place. These 10 tips can help make your role-playing experience even richer!
Have you ever wanted a Skyrim character that looks like Aela or Ulfric? With the Creation Kit, you can make a new character look like any character in the game by following a few easy steps. This tutorial is noob friendly, so if you have no idea what you're doing, don't be shy.
Skyrim grants players the freedom to create any type of character that they can think of. For some this can be too much of a good thing. How do you create a compelling character that you can role-play with for hundreds of hours without getting bored? Read on to find out . . .