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.

DOOM’s ‘classics’ arrive on PSN

Dust off your BFG and ready yourself for the definitive battle against the forces of Hell. Beginning this week, DOOM Classic Complete is available on PSN.

Available on PSN this week for $14.99/£11.99/€14.99, the collection includes DOOM (with the additional episode “Thy Flesh Consumed”), DOOM II (including the additional episodes “No Rest for the Living” and “The Master Levels”) and Final DOOM.

Original DOOM 3 back on Steam

Put the duct tape away and grab your flashlight!

On the heels of DOOM 3 BFG Edition’s release, we heard feedback from fans: you still wanted a chance to purchase the game’s original 2004 release. Beginning this week, the original version of DOOM 3 and its expansion, Resurrection of Evil, are available at a lower price.

Discounted packs include:

For players with the BFG Edition of the game, you’ll be happy to know that we’ll be releasing the GPL source code in the near future. Stay tuned for updates.