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Todd Howard on making games playable for 20 years: “It changes the way you think about how you architect them from the get-go”
It has been 11 years since the latest Elder Scrolls title came out. While Todd Howard wants the new game to come out as soon as possible, he believes that Bethesda must figure out how to create projects that can be played for decades.
Microsoft becomes Metacritic’s top publisher of 2021, making history as first company to average 85+ score
Metacritic has shared its list of top game publishers of 2021, with Microsoft leaping to the first place. The company has outperformed other big companies, including Sony, Activision Blizzard, and EA.
85-year-old YouTuber reveals she survived stroke: “I cannot remember much about how to play Skyrim!”
Shirley Curry, who is known as Skyrim grandma, has revealed that she had a stroke in her sleep and forgot how to play her favorite video game. The 85-year-old YouTuber says that she feels lost but hopeful.
Key takeaways from Deathloop reviews: “One of the smartest and most outright entertaining games of the year”
Deathloop, a new game from Arkane Studios, has finally come out. Critics praised the immersive shooter about assassins stuck in a time loop, calling it one of the best titles of 2021 and a great successor to Dishonored.
Video games: notable lawsuits of 2018 and 2019. Part Two.
For our friends at law firm Semenov&Pevzner, the video games industry is something of a courtroom drama, if not a legal thriller. Exclusively for Game World Observer, the firm’s IP lawyers have put together a rundown of two years’ worth of video game lawsuits.