11 minutes ago One of the running jokes in the games industry is that Bethesda’s uuber-hit RPG, Skyrim, is playable on just about every electronic device known to man. Following the recent launch of a tongue-in-cheek version of Skyrim for Alexa, those claims are gaining even more weight. But, according to Director Todd Howard, there’s a very good reason the game keeps getting ported to new platforms. In short, people keep playing it. During the recent Gamelab in Barcelona, Bethesda’s Todd Howard spoke about the persistent game worlds which the studio is known for. When asked about the multiple versions of Skyrim that have popped up since the game’s 2011 launch, Howard (via GamesIndustry.biz) was pretty blunt about why Bethesda is still playing the same old song. According to Howard… To Howard’s credit, asking Bethesda why they keep publishing Skyrim is akin to asking Burger King why they keep selling the Whopper. Because it sells. Still, in video games, there aren’t too many titles (if any) that have been given the Skyrim treatment. A game that sells super well might get a Game of the Year edition or even a remastered port during the next console generation, but that’s typically… Read full this story
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