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….
Beginning March 16, visitors to the Smithsonian American Art Museum in DC will be able to check out The Art of Video Games — featuring Fallout 3 & DOOM II!
Before the exhibit begins, the Smithsonian Institute is seeking photographs and artwork that show how games can inspire creativity. If you’ve got something Fallout or DOOM-related (or any game for that matter), be sure to upload it to the newly-created Art of Video Games Flickr page.
Congrats to DOOM II and Fallout 3 on being voted into next year’s exhibit, The Art of Video Games. The exhibition will be on display at the Smithsonian American Art Museum from March 16, 2012 through September 30, 2012.
While there won’t be a wing dedicated to the history of Vault-Tec, it should still be a great exhibit. Thanks to everyone that voted!
And by this, I’m referring to The Art of Video Games — a new exhibit coming to the American Art Museum in 2012. To prepare for it, Smithsonian is letting you vote for the games that will be on display.
It might take a second to load, but Fallout 3 can be found in Era 5’s Modern Windows category, while Oblivion is categorized under Xbox 360. Meanwhile, id’s DOOM II is listed in Era 4 under DOS/Windows.
Voting runs between now and April 7th. To get started, register here.
Happy Monday! Drinking my morning coffee, I was entertained by this Fallout 3 mod trailer on YouTube. Titled Mothership Zeta Crew: The Terran Starship Command, the mod can be downloaded at Fallout 3 Nexus here.
If you missed this on the internet yesterday, Epic Games artist Josh Jay has produced a very impressive replication of a Brotherhood of Steel helmet for use as a library throwdown mask. And, apparently, for terrifying children.
Starting from a papercraft model, he slowly transformed his mold into a wearable piece of armor — complete with functioning lights — over a period of several months. Pictures of his process can be found on his Facebook page, in not one, but two full galleries of photos. Nice work, sir!
Concept artist Craig Mullins recently posted a few previously unreleased pieces of his work on Fallout 3. Just for fun, we’ve also put them up here on Bethblog, offering alternate visions of the Capital and its surrounding wasteland.
For comparison, check out the released concept art at the bottom of this page.