We’ve just launched a new homepage for titles published by Bethesda Softworks. The redesign allows quick access to info, support, screenshots, and videos for our games. In addition to assets, it provides an easy way to keep up on the latest social media for our games, including Bethesda Blog updates.
This is the coolest wall decoration since Boba Fett sold Han Solo to Jabba the Hutt.
After being used for E3, PAX, and the Skyrim launch party, our 25′ x 8.5′ recreation of Alduin’s wall has made its way into the Bethesda Game Studios’ lounge. And in honor of its creator, the late Adam Adamowicz, we’ve added a plaque in his memory.
To see more pics of the wall, check out the Flickr slideshow below.
When Nick and I first watched it, we assumed they were just using our recorded version of the Dragonborn theme. Not the case. Watch the behind-the-scenes video to see everything involved… including recruitment of the BYU men’s choir!
On April 3rd, BGS fans can pick up the award-winning classics, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Fallout 3, in a new double pack combo. Available in North America, the Double Pack will be available on Xbox 360 and PC for $29.99 and $19.99, respectively.
I was going to put up Double Mint-inspired lyrics to get you excited, but after seeing this video on Kotaku, I thought you’d enjoy it more….
Here’s the latest and greatest from around the web.
We start with a video found on Geekologie of a happy couple’s first dance to Malukah’s cover of “The Dragonborn Comes.” We wish the couple all the best in their marriage and if they reach out to us, we’ll send them a wedding gift.
In other news, both PC Gamer (US) and PC Gamer (UK) announced their Top 100 PC Games of All Time this month. In the UK magazine, Skyrim reigns as the #1 game of all time with DOOM (#84), Fallout 3 (#59), Quake III Arena (50), and Oblivion (#20) also making the list. Stateside, Skyrim ranked #2 all time and was joined by Quake III (#43), Quake (#13), Oblivion (#7), and Fallout 3 (#4).
Elsewhere, check out these links…
PC Gamer shares their favorite mods from the first 24 hours of the Skyrim Workshop.
What better way to show your love than a Valentine based on the game that made you forget her birthday! Get a jump start on Valentine’s Day by grabbing this card (and three others) on eatfun’s deviantART page.
Welcome back for another roundup. Plenty of fun happenings Skyrim happenings around the web! We start with Skyrim: 2012, a fan video created by GoBroPros that shows what happens when Skyrim and real life cross over. The video has some pretty great post-production effects and definitely had folks smiling around the office. For more fun stuff, check out these links…
Game Informer named Skyrim their Editor and Reader pick for Game of the Year!
Our own Nick Breckon started a Twitter account (@SkyrimMom) featuring notable quotables from his mother as she plays through the game.
Game Informer does their best Highlights magazine impression by placing famous videogame items and icons within Alduin’s Wall. See if you can find them all.