It's probably safe to say that most PS3 owners have been less than thrilled with Bethesda over various issues plaguing Elder Scrolls: Skyrim.
Bethesda's relationship with the Playstation 3 (PS3) community has been fraught with difficulty over the past year, as Skyrim DLCs remain conspicuously absent from Sony's flagship console.
It certainly has been an amazing year for Elder Scroll: Skyrim fans, with two DLCs and the title recently winning no less than three categories at the Golden Joysticks awards.
We've known for a long time that Bethesda's Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is the ultimate game of the year - as the title shipped over 7 million copies to retailers within the first week of its release.
Bethesda and id Software have posted the launch trailer for the long-awaited Doom 3 BFG.
Bethesda seems to be having an about-face over whose problem it is that the Dawnguard DLC hasn't been released for the PS3.
Bethesa still doesn't have an answer for when new downloadable content will launch for the PS3 version of Skyrim.
Bethesda has taken to Twitter to inform users that it still has no update for the PS3.
Update 12:45PM EST: Despite an earlier report that Skyrim Hearthfire is headed to other platforms besides the Xbox 360, Bethesda is apparently still not ready to commit to the PS3 and PC for the DLC.
Unlike the insatiable consumer crowd, Bethesda is in no hurry to see the next generation of game consoles.
Sony has had an active hand in getting Skyrim's DLC working on the PS3.
PS3 owners might never get their hands on the Skyrim Dawnguard add-on content.
As if there wasn't already enough to do in Bethesda's epic Elder Scrolls V Skyrim game, new downloadable content is on the way.
Just days after confirming the delay of new DLC, Bethesda has announced that a new Skyrim update will hit both consoles tomorrow.
If you're still hooked on the newest Elder Scrolls game, we sure hope you're playing it on Xbox 360 or PC.
Bethesda and id Software have posted a trailer showcasing new Doom 3 BFG levels in honor of QuakeCon 2012.
Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios have posted an interactive trailer for Dishonored, an upcoming steampunk-themed action RPG.
The game that was the talk of the town last year is still alive and kicking.
The first piece of downloadable content for the latest Elder Scrolls title is now available for the Xbox 360.
It seems like only yesterday that the gaming world was waiting with bated breath for the highly anticipated Elder Scrolls: Skyrim to hit store shelves.