In the past couple days, I received links to both of these videos. They’re completely different, but now tied together by craziness!
It’s been awhile since we shared news on Tango Gameworks, our development studio in Tokyo headed by Resident Evil creator (and action figure-extraordinaire), Shinji Mikami. While we can’t talk about what they’re working on yet, we can tell you they have a mini-indoor soccer arena, papier-mâché heads, and new staff profiles and web comics on their official site.
See more at their official site, and be sure to check out the office slideshow above.
Every day we get tons of fan mail, and occasionally we get something amazing — like this Skyrim-inspired shirt . Big thanks to Tommy Ionson for sending it our way!
More pics after the break…
Above is the newly-released (and awesome) trailer for Andoran: Prologue — the second part of a Russian mod trilogy for Oblivion (part 1, Axis, is already available for download).
The mod is planned to be completed later this year. For more details on the project, visit the Andoran website. Just be ready to use Google translate if you’re not fluent in Russian.
Thanks to forum member Mehrunes Artem for pointing me to the trailer.
The other day Blake Griffin went up to a Zoltar machine and wished he could be RAGE’s creative director. That or Tim Willits just lost a bet.
To celebrate the release of Brink, members of both the Security and Resistance reached a 24-hour truce to celebrate the game’s release.
Hope everyone’s enjoying their Friday night. Before some relaxing, I thought I’d share the latest fan art contributions sent to us. Some really fantastic stuff — including our first fan art for RAGE!
Regarding our fan art section, please pardon our dust. We’re in the process of moving everything to the Bethesda Blog Flickr page. There you’ll find three album sets: Latest Fan Art, Elder Scrolls Fan Art, and Fallout Fan Art. As we get more contributions for our other titles (RAGE, Brink, etc.), we’ll create new albums.
If you’d like to share your work, email us at email@example.com. Likewise, if you see your contributions on the Flickr page already, feel free to send us updated information for the image(s). With the Flickr page, we’re now able to put titles and descriptions in for each piece.