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Unlikely as it seemed just 18 months ago, Bethesda has become a major third-party supporter for Nintendo. When Skyrim was first glimpsed in the Switch reveal trailer, many assumed that a quick rejig of a six-year-old game was something of a polite gesture on Bethesda’s part, yet they followed it with the brilliant DOOM, and we’ll...
Prepare to die
Some people play games to relax and unwind; others play games where everything's trying to kill you, and you have to prevent them from doing so with nothing but a crude hammer and a bunch of edible flowers. To each their own, of course, and if you're one of the latter type of people, then have we got a list for you! We're here to...
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"Do a barrel roll!"
It's been an amazing year for video games so far with a number of high-profile releases such as The Legend of Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom and Baldur's Gate 3. More recently was the arrival of Bethesda's long-awaited space RPG Starfield. It blends classic Bethesda role-playing action with spaceship dogfights that look like sce
So that's Xbox, PC and devices that support the service
It's been a big week in the video game industry, with Microsoft officially finalising its $7.5 billion acquisition of Bethesda's parent company, ZeniMax Media. Microsoft is expected to limit Bethesda's third-party support at a certain point in the future and in a special roundtable discussion,...
Exact games not yet revealed
Last year, Microsoft announced it would be acquiring Bethesda's parent company ZeniMax Media for $7.5 billion. It's now a done deal - with the head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, confirming everything has been finalised. So, what does this mean for Bethesda games on other platforms such as the Nintendo Switch? In the same Xbox...
Official statement released today
You may remember that in June last year, Bethesda filed a lawsuit against Behaviour Interactive and Warner Bros. over the new Westworld mobile game. Over half a year later, Bethesda and Behaviour Interactive have now stated that the lawsuit has been "amicably resolved". Originally, Bethesda argued that Behaviour...
Strong support will continue
There's no hiding the fact Bethesda are big fans of the Nintendo Switch. Since the launch of the system, we've seen the company release Skyrim and bring across DOOM and Wolfenstein as well. In an
When Nintendo Switch Online goes live in September, games like Mario Kart 8 Deluxe, Splatoon 2 and eventually Super Smash Bros. Ultimate will essentially be behind a paywall. How this will impact each respective community remains unknown at this point in time. Beyond the big-name Nintendo IP, there hasn’t been much discussion...
A glimmer of hope
While Bethesda Game Studios is busy preparing for the release of Fallout 76, game director, Todd Howard, took some time out in Barcelona to collect his industry legend award at Gamelab 2018. During an interview with Game Reactor, he was asked about the company’s future plans for the Switch - specifically if there were any...
How will things unfold?
Just last week we reported on the news that Bethesda had filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros. and Behaviour Interactive over the new Westworld mobile game. The studio claimed that the game uses code that was originally created for Fallout Shelter, and there seemed to be some pretty fishy evidence to back...
New Westworld mobile game looks suspicious...
Fallout series developer and publisher Bethesda is reportedly suing Warner Bros. and Behaviour Interactive over the new Westworld mobile game, claiming it uses code originally created for Fallout Shelter. Fallout Shelter is a free-to-play game which recently arrived on Nintendo Switch, tasking...
Every new bit of content hitting the eShops
Welcome to this week's Nintendo Download roundup, your weekly update on every new game, piece of DLC, discount and theme coming to the eShops in your region. As always, drop a vote in our poll if it takes your fancy, and leave us a comment below with your thoughts on the latest additions to Switch, 3DS and...
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