Skyrim Travelogue: A Little Rain Never Hurt No One


There’s a popular Skyrim mod called Frostfall I’ve had installed for a while. It takes all those background weather effects, the snow and rain and fog, and pushes them into the foreground where you can’t help but notice them. It achieves this by letting them kill you. You know that expression “a little rain never hurt […]

Opinion: Why I’ll Be Saying “No Thanks” To The Elder Scrolls Online

  The Elder Scrolls games have always strived to deliver – largely with success – expansive, open, fantasy worlds and the ability to explore them in your own way. For me, this epitomises the function of video games in my life: the ability to temporarily leave the day-to-day troubles of my life behind and enter […]

Zed Games Podcast – Episode 201

  “The Games That Defined a Console Generation” The crew discuss, as objectively as possible, the games that made a real mark on the last console generation. For better or for worse, these are the games that had impact, spawned clones, influenced the industry, sold systems (and peripherals) and shaped the gaming landscape. For the […]

Episode 132 [Playlist + Podcast]

              <Listen Here> Aired 22 August 2012 With Razor, Major Lee and Candy Payne We review Sleeping Dogs, awesome Hong Kong open-world action! We had a chat about our favourite all-time open world games. And we announced our Radiothon prizes!  Subscribe before the 26th to win!  Details here.   […]

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Gameplay Trailer is here!

2006: Hundreds of thousands of gamers disappear suddenly and without a trace. Many months later, when the first of them emerge and hazily return to their workplaces, schools, and girlfriends, it is revealed that the cause of this phenomenon was Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. When the release of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was announced for […]