Skyrim

Adventures and Anxiety

How to Navigate Open Worlds When Your Anxiety Leaves You Disoriented

Games like ‘Breath of the Wild’ invite us into lands of endless possibility—but what happens when you can’t decide which way to go?
Rebecca V Brink
6.27.17
E3 2017

'Skyrim' for Switch Looks Like a Waste of Time

Occupying the shortest spot in Bethesda’s conference, the Nintendo port looks like a dud in waiting.
Mike Diver
6.12.17
Postscript

‘Skyrim’ is a Great Survival Game, Actually

In a crowded genre of crafting and mass multiplayer chaos, ‘Skyrim’ still reigns above.
Cameron Kunzelman
5.5.17
Modders

The Modder Who Finally Added Burritos to ‘Skyrim’

Some games have everything they need when released. Others need help.
Patrick Klepek
3.9.17
race in games

Black Skin Is Still A Radical Concept in Video Games

Black characters are still underrepresented in games, where white is still seen as a kind of 'default.'
Yussef Cole And Tanya DePass
3.1.17
View My Own

In Darker Times, We Can Always Escape to 'Morrowind'

The third game in The Elder Scrolls series offers respite from a grim reality.
Jenn Wright
2.3.17
2016

The Steam Awards Remind Us People Still Play Old Games

2016 was a good year for video games, but hey, so were other years, too.
Patrick Klepek
1.3.17
Skyrim

'Skyrim' Is Reborn in 'Enderal'

Enderal is the mod to end all mods for Skyrim, making an old world new again.
Janine Hawkins
11.8.16
Morrowind

Why 'Skyrim' Forever Remains in the Shadow of 'Morrowind'

Fans of The Elder Scrolls maintain the third game is the series' best—and its makers have paid attention since the missteps of 'Oblivion.'
Jim Trinca
10.17.16
Read

Meet YouTube's 79-Year-Old Grandma Gamer

Known online as Gamer Grandma, 79-year-old Shirley Curry has won the hearts of 115,000 subscribers—double the population of the quaint Virginian town she calls home.
Xiaoran Shi
2.3.16