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Bethesda officially announces Legendary Edition for Skyrim, includes all DLC

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As expected, the Legendary Edition for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will include all released downloadable content, which has drawn to a close as Dragonborn was the last planned add-on by the studio.

Also included is the 1.9 update which added the Legendary difficulty and Legendary skills. What a neat coincidence they decided to call it the 'Legendary Edition', isn't it? Sure is.

Report: Bethesda planning 'Legendary Edition' with all DLC for Skyrim

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The official adventures of Nord life in The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have been called to a close as Bethesda announces no more expansions or add-ons will be released. That means it's 'Legendary Edition' time.

Apparently this special edition has been spotted at Polish retailer Ultima, with a June 7th date. It will include all DLC produced for Skyrim for Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.

Assassin's Creed 3 DLC, Bethesda and zombies to highlight Xbox Live

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What's coming to the Xbox Live Marketplace? Right now five titles have just been added to Games on Demand which include Quantum Theory, Ben 10 Omniverse and Kinect Disneyland Adventures.

The current Deal of the Week is everything zombie related as Zombie Apocalypse, All Zombies Must Die!, Zombie Wranglers and other zombie DLC gets 50% off until February 18th.

Dragonborn DLC hitting PC on 5th February, PS3 gets all Skyrim DLC later in February

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Bethesda has announced on the official blog that the PC version of the Dragonborn downloadable content for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will be landing on the 5th February. The studio also announced that PlayStation 3 owners will finally be getting all three DLC packs - Dawnguard, Hearthfire, and Dragonborn - later that month.

Spike VGA 2012: The Walking Dead wins Game of the Year

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The Spike Videogame Awards highlighted Telltale Studios' episodic adventure game The Walking Dead: The Game, giving it the Game of the Year Award, as well as best Downloadable Game, Best Adaptation, Best Voice Actress (Melissa Hutchinson's role as Clementine), and Studio of the Year for Telltale itself.

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