Feng Shui Dah!

This is the coolest wall decoration since Boba Fett sold Han Solo to Jabba the Hutt.

After being used for E3, PAX, and the Skyrim launch party, our 25′ x 8.5′ recreation of Alduin’s wall has made its way into the Bethesda Game Studios’ lounge. And in honor of its creator, the late Adam Adamowicz, we’ve added a plaque in his memory.

To see more pics of the wall, check out the Flickr slideshow below.

Weekend Update

Here’s a quick look at some recent coverage from around the web…

Continuing their month-long look at The Elder Scrolls Online, Game Informer shares what ZeniMax Online has planned to appeal to an array of audiences — whether they be Elder Scrolls fans or MMO fans.

October is still months away, but there’s plenty of Dishonored coverage to keep you busy until then. Game InformerInside Gaming, and PlayStation Blog all have new previews for the game. And at CVG, you can watch a new interview with Harvey Smith and Raphael Colantonio. Watch the interview above.

Elsewhere on the world wide web, check out these videos…

And in case you missed it a few weeks ago, don’t miss this badass video from freddiew w below…

Workshoppin’ for the Weekend

Wanted to let you know that Steam is having a sale this weekend on Workshop-supported titles. This of course includes Skyrim, which is marked down to $40.10 (33% off).

If you’re a console player of Skyrim, now is a better time than ever to check out the PC release and its amazing modding community. As noted on the BGS Twitter account last week, more than 13 million mods have been downloaded on the Skyrim Workshop. Crazy!

Skyrim Roundup: Mods, Kinect impressions, and more arrows to the knee

Here’s a look at some of the best Skyrim news on the web from the last week.
Watch Gamespot’s weekly look at Skyrim mods as they highlight Dragon Bone weapons, Katamari-esque madness, and more. Featured mods include:
More mods and news after the break…

Plant a Tree

Who knew Nick Breckon’s initials also stood for Nature Boy? His recent (and totally awesome) Skyrim mod, Plant Trees, lets you purchase and plant seeds throughout the world. Watch the video above to see how trees grow over time.

If that’s not cool enough, his v0.5 update adds a new item, the Staff of Efflorescence, that allows you to fire off some pretty potent flower power. Watch the video below to see it’s impressive effects.

Download Plant Trees on the Skyrim Workshop