Around the web: Other Places and Other Stuff

Thumbing through PC Gamer, I read about PC Gamer contributor Andy Kelly’s video series “Other Places.” The video series focuses on the visual eye candy of various game worlds. Among the world’s already featured are Dishonored’s Dunwall and various areas from Skyrim. Definitely worth checking out both videos which are embedded in this post.

Elsewhere on the web, we recommend checking out these links.

  • Metro UK talks about The Evil Within and getting the right balance when implementing action into a survival-horror game.
  • Both The Elder Scrolls Online and Wolfenstein: The New Order are included in Gameranx look at the Best PC Games of 2014.
  • Watch Gamespot’s newest episode of Skyrim Mods.
  • In time for Halloween last week, GameFront took a look back at DOOM in two parts. In part 1, they reflect on the game’s impact after 20 years, while part 2 highlights 23 memorable mods made by the community.
  • On the subject of DOOM, we spotted perhaps the finest game-related tattoo of all time on Tumblr user Saguzar’s page. For more proof that is awesome 20 years later, check out the tat below.

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Around the Web: What you may have missed

The Elder Scrolls Online  got off to a great start this week by headlining the new PlayStation 4 trailer. Here are some other exciting things you may have missed!

On the Storefront

Take to the slopes of Skyrim with our new line of snowboards from Never Summer Industries. In addition to the Skyrim themed board, aptly titled “Alduin’s Bane“, the collection includes limited-edition boards for Fallout (“Vault 101“), DOOM (“The Forgotten Son of Phobos“), and The Elder Scrolls Online (“Ebonheart“).

Too early for snow? Take a look at what else is new this week…

Order the Cacodemon & Pain Elemental Plushies

Gaming Heads, the same folks behind our Dragonborn statue for Skyrim, have released two new items for DOOM — the Cacodemon and Pain Elemental plushies. Both can be purchased for $15 via GamingHeads.com or on our store in the DOOM section.

Need a refresher on these DOOM baddies — read up on both on the DOOM Wikia page.

Oh, and did we mention they’re perfect for office hoops?

Hellish DOOM prints descend on Bethesda Store

Decorate your dorm room, man cave, or even the dining room (you devil, you) with our limited edition DOOM poster and & giclee.

On the left you’ll see our new high-quality giclee print, “Echoes in the Darkness” from artist WAY$HAK — featuring one of DOOM’s iconic baddies, the Cyberdemon. And on the right you’ll see Godmachines’ tribute to DOOM II’s final boss, the “Icon of Sin“.

Both 18×24 prints are limited to 333 individually-numbered prints. No clue why they’d be numbered that way :)

Order at store.bethsoft.com

Dark Elves, Space Marines and the Dark Brotherhood

We’re not working on a DOOM/Elder Scrolls crossover project, but you can always pretend while playing with our ever-growing collection of Bethesda figures.

In the imgur slideshow above, check out Symbiote’s newest additions, including:

To order any of these, plus the original Dragonborn figure, visit SymbioteStudios.com.