Microsoft's acquisition of Bethesda's parent company, ZeniMax Media, has been approved by the European Union. Microsoft will own massive franchises like DOOM, The Elder Scrolls, and more.
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The European Union's competition regulators are set to decide the fate of Microsoft's acquisition of ZeniMax Media on March 5. If approved, the deal will bring titles like Doom under Microsoft's wing.
The EU Commission has fined Valve, Bandai Namco, Capcom, and other publishers for geo-restricting their games inside the EU Digital Single Market where these restrictions are not allowed.
Bethesda Game Studios, the Maryland-based developer of the famous Elder Scrolls and Fallout franchises is apparently working on a freemium AAA game, as per a job listing on the company's site.
ZeniMax takes the wraps off The Elder Scrolls Online, showing off a new teaser trailer and the first footage of actual gameplay, plus an interview with Game Director Paul Sage.
Zenimax, the parent company of Skyrim developer Bethesda, has filed a lawsuit against the developers of Dragon Shout, an iOS app that helps players navigate Skyrim, but Apple isn't removing the app.
The Elder Scrolls Online has only just been announced, but already the fanbase is divided, and not in an equal way. But can we really judge a game by an article and a couple of screenshots?
Zenimax, Bethesda's parent company, have filed a trademark in an attempt to own the rights to the phrase "Fus Ro Dah", which became a popular internet meme after the release of Skyrim.
In an unexpected turn of events, one that is common in the gaming industry, it was released that id Software has been bought up by ZeniMax, parent company to the popular developer Bethesda. It has...