Tomorrow we’re getting getting into the spirit (and perhaps costumes, too) for a Halloween edition of Bethesda Twitchworks — with plenty of tricks and treats (read: cool swag) to give away!
To kick off our Halloween party, we’ll start by mingling with vampires and werewolves in Skyrim’s first add-on, Dawnguard. Moving on from that, we will hobnob in Dishonored with the most prestigious resident of Dunwall at the annual masquerade party held at the Boyle Mansion.
We descend from elegance to grotesque as we check on our favorite ghouls residing in the Capital Wasteland’s Dunwich Building & and the blood-covered bosses from The Evil Within.
Tune in for our spooktacular Halloween feature this Friday (10/31) at 4pm EDT on Twitch.TV/Bethesda.
Hope you have some spare bottlecaps to satisfy that Nuka Cola craving. Head on over to the Bethesda Store to find a vast array of apparel and barware celebrating your favorite post-nuclear beverage.
Those empty spots on your bobblehead stand collecting dust? Well wait no longer! Series two of Vault-Tec bobbleheads from Gaming Heads is on the way. Available individually or as a set, series two picks up where series one left off with the addition of:
Build up those skills and statistics by pre-ordering from store.bethsoft.com or gamingheads.com and securing your favorite bobblehead(s).
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This week’s fanart is heavily influenced by The Evil Within, with many illustrations showing off gory creativity. With the game’s release happening in October, we’re excited to see what else you got! Make sure to check out the album below to see some more of our favorites from The Evil Within, as well as Skyrim and Fallout 3.
Unimpressed? Share your designs, costumes, tattoos, and sculptures with us! #BethesdArt on Twitter and Instagram or send your creations to email@example.com.
So soft and cuddly! Here’s a side of Vault Boy we haven’t seen before. Available from GamingHeads is the 12 inch Vault Boy plush. Not only will he add nicely to any Fallout collection, but he will also pacify the most nuclear of hearts.
Head on over to the official Bethesda store or directly to GamingHeads.com to secure one for yourself.
[Update] Also new to the store today, you can snag the very limited “Epic Story” giclee that showcases memorable symbols and images from Fallout 3.
This month’s Vault Boy tee is in celebration of the World Cup! The vault may not have a soccer team, but that doesn’t mean you can’t boost that Unarmed skill and cheer for your favorite team. Don’t pass on this one! Get it before it’s gone at store.bethsoft.com.
Panzerhund Papercraft by Chentzilla
Here’s what we’ve seen around the the web. Have some inspiration to complete that dragon painting or add the touching finishes to that Wolfenstein cosplay you’ve been working on.
Send us your ink, etchings, and outfits by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweeting to @BethBlog (add #BethesdArt for extra flair).
Morrowind Ordinator by isugi
We’re nearing summer which means we’re going to be seeing more and move coverage of conventions and expos! We saw great cosplay at PAX East, and with San Diego Comic Con, Dragon Con, and PAX Prime only a few months away, we expect to see even more. If you need some inspiration or that last push to dress in your finest Dwarven Armor, or put the finishing touches on your Boxman
mask box you’ve been working on… we’ve got you covered here! We have some of what’s been seen at PAX East, WonderCon, and other cons and expos so far this year!
Dressed to impress? Send them over to us on Facebook, Twitter #BethesdARt or email them to us: email@example.com.
Our latest roundup of Bethesda merchandise features awesome goodies for DOOM, ESO, and Fallout.
We start with GamingHeads.com new statue memorializing the iconic cover art of the original DOOM – Knee Deep in the Dead, the statue is approximately 12.5 inches tall (including the base), is cast in high quality poly-stone, and is hand-painted to exacting standards.
Knee Deep in the Dead will be available in the third quarter of this year and is already available for pre-order at GamingHeads.com and the Official Bethesda Store. For the uber collector, GamingHeads.com also features an Exclusive Edition limited to 360 pieces featuring a light up base — it’s literally a lava lamp.
Looking for something a little less demonic? Here’s some other new items worth checking out.
- You wanna one-oh-onsie? No I’m not impersonating Return of the Jedi’s Bib Fortuna. I’m just excited that my baby girl will be able to wear our new Vault 101 onesie.
- Oh, you’re a grown man that wants Fallout stuff. We’ve got you covered, too. New items include our Vault-Tec Citizen Jacket and a Fallout 3 screenprint by nationally-recognized illustrator Courtney Billadeau.
- Yesterday we announced Dark Horse’s “The Art of Wolfenstein” collectible book, and we’re excited to share that a special edition of the book — individually numbered and signed by the team at MachineGames — is available for pre-order the Bethesda Store. With only Only 500 produced, the Exclusive Edition contains a tip-in plate, signed and numbered by MachineGames’ Axel Torvenius (Senior Concept Designer) and Tor Frick (Technical Art Director).
Last but not least, we’re excited to unveil March’s Vault Boy Tee of the Month. For one week only, get your hands on the Mister Sandman Perk shirt. And if you’re lucky, you might even win one for yourself (see contest rules after the break).
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Every year Classic FM hosts the largest poll for fans of classical music. For the last two years, Jeremy Soule has worked his way up the list making a tremendous jump from being ranked #238 on 2012’s Hall of Fame to #5 on the 2013 Hall of Fame!
If you’re a fan of The Elder Scrolls (or just beautiful music), lend your support and vote for Jeremy Soule on Classic FM’s Hall of Fame 2014. For those of you who prefer music that reminds you of exploring the Capital Wasteland or sneaking around Dunwall , vote to get Inon Zur on the list for the score of Fallout 3 or Daniel Licht for the music of Dishonored.
All you need to do is head on over to Classic FM’s Hall of Fame and follow their directions to cast your vote. And for updates, follow the Get Video Games Music into the Classic FM Hall of Fame Facebook page. Voting ends in February, so help show your support for your favorite games.
Need a refresher before voting? All of our scores and soundtracks are available digitally on iTunes!