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VIDEO: VGAs: Bethesda Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Developers Talk Game of the Year Win Backstage

Bethesda's Todd Howard and team talk about winning the coveted Game of the Year award, the Video Game Awards' equivalent to the Oscar's Best Picture award, at the VGAs backstage. Check out the video of the Q&A backstage. (Bethesda Game Studios, PC, PS3, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Video Game Awards, Xbox 360)

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burgerman  +   1113d ago
DLC- "We're going to do a bunch of it." Totally contradicts what was previously stated.
Tr10wn  +   1113d ago
I am still to beat the game, i don't care how many DLC are in i just want to make it feel fresh, i still hope to see those landscapes left over full of quest and all that, and yes im talking about Morrowind, Cyrodiil, High Rock, Hammerfall that are ingame in Skyrim.
RyuDrinksTheDew  +   1113d ago
Todd Howard love Batman: AC and Forza 4, thats cool to know. :)

on topic: glad to hear that they are pushing to make the game better into next year, but i would LOVE if they actually recreated Morrowind as DLC!
Merrill  +   1113d ago
I love how they're continually awarded/praised for releasing an unfinished product. I'm not saying the game isn't game of the year material(if it was in a finished state)but the game is essentially broken and a broken game shouldn't be awarded for being so.

Maybe they should be held accountable and not awarded the positive attention until it works properly on all platforms and as advertised?

Oh well, let us award developers for releasing games in the state it is in.

Not sure how you can disagree with me on this, but okay. If you prefer to have your game earlier and MAYBE fixed with patches later on, then cool.
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Krakn3Dfx  +   1113d ago
Couldn't agree more. Great game, but a lot of the same issues that have plagued previous Bethesda games using the same engine still exist here. They shouldn't be rewarded for lying about a whole new game engine when they couldn't even fix some of the big problems with different versions that they were confronted with in Fallout 3 and New Vegas.
dark-hollow  +   1113d ago
God do you even know how it is HARD to work on a game on the scale of skyrim???
No games comes close to what bethesda wants to acheive here.

Massive amount of space+your items tyat you drop or store ANYWHERE in skyrim whill still be there even if you wandered around and came back. Sure that they will be gone after a while but the fqct that they are still saved for amount of time is amazing!

npc that arent random copy paste like most open world games and actually each has it own race, abilities, unique weapons and goals. Is the npc perfect?? Far from it, but they improve with each elder scroll game.

What happened with the ps3 version is an acceptable but ask yourselves, what will bethesda benifit from releasing a crappy port to the ps3???
We dont know what happened in the porting process and we arent sure of the limited RAM is the problem. I mean no game on the scale of bethesda games (size, npc and all the stuff i mentioned above) so compare it with elder scroll games.
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Bigpappy  +   1113d ago
I don't blaim you guys for being angry. But keep in mind that most gamers are not having to deal with the those issue you are having that makes the game broken.

I am assuming you are trying to play the game on the PS3 because that is really where most of the people complaining seem to have bad issues.

My question is this: When you say they should not release an unfinished game,are you advocating that they not release the PS3 version until a year later (like Oblivion), or are you saying that they should hold off on all versions until they get the PS3 version perfect?

It is very important that you say exactly what problems you are having and which version you are referencing, because there were different complaints for each version. Depending on which version is reader is playing, will determing the level of their acceptance of your premise.

You have to also keep in mind that the people who are awarding the praises might never had play the version you deamed broken and therefore have a different perspective than yours.
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Hufandpuf  +   1113d ago
Completely agree, I'm playing on 360 and haven't experienced framerate issues at all.

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