Video Games/12 September 2012
Elder Scrolls V: Hearthfire
The latest expansion for Skyrim is out, and represents an interesting departure for Bethesda and the series. The DLC allows you to draft and build your own home, which you'll have to defend from invaders. You can also adopt your own kids! Lots more details right here.
Also, while you're thinking about Skyrim, check out The Milkman's very astute analysis of the role guilds play (and don't play) in Skyrim. It's a great read.
Mark of the Ninja
This 2D stealth platform game (you read that right) is out, and our wiki is open and ready for business. Read more about the game, and contribute your knowledge to the mix.
Win Free Hotel Transylvania gear
We recently posted three flash games on the Hotel Transylvania wiki. Play the games and/or leave a comment on the page to win free costumes from the movie.
We're *this* close to the happiest season of the year for gaming, and it's starting to show. In the summer months, the pickins are slim. But in September, we're going to see the releases of:
Tekken Tag Tournament 2
Street Fighter 25th Anniversary Collector Set
Dead or Alive 5
World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria
And more! Click the calendar to the right to get the complete list.
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The Milkman Says:
No, silly, it's not the sequel to 300. This wiki now has 400 pages! With the creation of the Machine Gun page, our wiki is now 400 times bigger than it was when it was first created.
Deyvid Petteys Says
Starting on August 15th 2012, TESWiki, through Wikia Gaming, is giving away three pairs of GUNNAR glass to our users.
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