Aug. 17, 2013 | 6:00 a.m.
“The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim,” the fifth game in Bethesda Game Studios’ Elder Scrolls series, is the latest release to receive the fan film treatment on the gaming and media streaming website Machinima. The live-action short “Skyrim: Into the Void” was created by Machinima partner Warialasky, who also created films based on the games “Goldeneye” and “Splinter Cell.” It follows the noble dragonborn hero Dovahkiin, who saves the world from destruction only to be cursed by a vampire in the process. Hero Complex spoke to Warialasky partner Landon Sperry about “death eater technology,” working with Machinima and fan reaction to changes from the original text. HC: Before doing the movie, what was your Skyrim experience? LS: Originally, I played the game a couple of months after it launched. People were saying “It’s like ‘Lord of the Rings!’ It’s the coolest […]
May 12, 2012 | 4:00 p.m.
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