There’s nothing wrong with a healthy glow to your skin, but that greenish tint is a bit much. We encourage radiation moderation with this month’s Vault Boy of the Month shirt, Rad Resistance. Let the shirt do the glowing for you!
Save RadAways as well as caps this week by getting two shirts for $30! Fast Travel over to store.bethsoft.com to secure your shirts.
Create an epic collection containing all of your Bethesda favorites thanks to Funko’s new line of Pop! figures. Spanning from the Capital Wasteland of Fallout 3 all the way over to Tamriel with Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls Online, Funko’s adorable Pop! vinyl figures come in all of your favorite iconic characters. Fast travel to the Bethesda Store to secure yours today.
It always seemed like a cool idea to have metal detector to find hidden treasures in your neighborhood. Perhaps cooler (and cheaper, and not as weird) is April’s Vault Boy Tee of the Month celebrating the Fortune Finder perk.
The shirt is on sale starting today and will be available until next Friday. After that, you’ll need a special t-shirt detector to find it in the wasteland hundreds of years from now.
So how does one tie in this month’s Vault Boy Tee of the Month — Paralyzing Palm — to February’s most iconic holiday, Valentine’s Day. After extensive thought, the unarmed perk brings to mind Kill Bill’s most heartbreaking martial arts maneuver. With a shirt as stylish as this one, you’ll want to be ready to break/stop a few hearts.
You’re going to love the way you look in this shirt — available for one week only at store.bethsoft.com!
Here’s the week’s findings for imaginative artwork. This time we’ve got a pretty good variety ranging from DOOM to The Evil Within and everything in between. Take a look in our gallery below to see which one’s your favorite.
We love seeing whatever you have to offer when it comes to fan art for our titles. Send it our way by emailing us at [email protected] or by posting to social media using the hashtag #BethesdArt.
January’s Vault Boy Tee of the Month depicts the Party Boy Perk, and it’s imagery is one many can identify with right now — a New Year’s hangover of returning to school, work, and other routines that were blissfully ignored during the holiday season.
Keep the party going with the shirt — available in men’s and women’s sizes — at store.bethsoft.com.
With frigid temperatures in our nation’s capital, it’s time to get under a blanket, grab a warm bottle of mead, and check out the web’s best Bethesda fun from around the web — none more fitting than IGN’s look at the best winter levels in gaming.
While we hunker down, Fallout fans are bunkering down underground to celebrate birthdays in Vault 30 — a vault used to celebrate the birthday of Reddit user VaultoftheSix. Get more pics here.
Meanwhile down under…
Members from BattleCry Studios have safely made their way back to Austin from Melbourne and were nice enough to bring back plenty of new previews and interviews for the game — including The Escapists’ hands-on impressions describing the game as “a deliciously in-your-face alternate reality brawler with a beautiful art style”. For more on the game, check out the stories below…
Explosion — “The new PAX video revealed a new gameplay mode for Battlecry–Land Grab. Basically, Land Grab looks like a zone control multiplayer battle. I am glad there will be alternate modes besides a basic team deathmatch mode. I expect more gameplay modes will be incorporated to the game later.”
Geek Bomb — “As a huge fan of online multiplayer games and in particular free-to-play, I was immediately drawn to the highly-stylised visuals and breakneck pace. It’s clear to see the game is aimed at the competitive market and it’s a perfect fit, with a learning curve that’s quick to understand but incredibly difficult to master, it requires skill, precision and most importantly teamwork.”
Interviews — Read and watch new interview with design director Lucas Davis at both GameCloud and KayleGames.