Regular hosts Cam and Seb, along with special guest companion Dovahbear, kept the crowd entertained with a predictably madcap mix of cheese-based Dragon Shouts and giant, exploding chickens, but mostly it was a great chance for members of the community to meet up, enjoy the game and quiz the hosts on how the show is made.
Focus on this! We’ve collected and put together a nice little mini gallery of some of our favorite art pieces from the last few weeks and placed it below. Rorschach test results have concluded that there is a taste for horror in psyches this week.
Ever wanted to see how a top internet show like Gamespot’s Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week is made? Ever wanted to be there while they film it?
Then this is your chance to join hosts Seb and Cam and star Kevin VanNord for Top 5 Skyrim Mods of the Week… Live! Taking place in London’s videogame-themed Loading Bar on March 7th, attendees can look forward to drinks and spot-prizes, but hurry as there are only an extremely limited number of tickets for sale here (note, you must be 18 or over to attend).
And if you can’t make it, take heart, because Gamespot wants you to choose Kevin VanNord’s companion for the special show. So do you think Kevin should adventure with:
- Chatty, opinionated Khajiit Inigo?
- The mighty force of nature that is Dovahbear?
- Fiery mount and danger to stables everywhere, the Blaze of Evantide?
Read our interview with them below…
The Creation Kit toolset released back nearly three years ago (Feb 2012). How much “kicking the tires” did SureAI do before planning Enderal?
Johannes: Pretty much no kicking at all – we started planning Enderal — the scope, drafts of story and gameplay, a rough production plan, as good as it was possible without knowing the capacities of the CK — in October 2011, a month before Skyrim was released. Of course, the first results we got in the new engine weren’t that presentable and had to be reworked, but the actual development of Enderal started as soon as the Creation Kit was released.
How many folks are working on Enderal?
Nicolas: Altogether, we’re 14 people on the core team, of which around eight spend a lot of time on the development. Then, there are a lot of external contributors, mainly 3d artists, and, of course, voice actors and a German recording studio, 2day Productions, who help us with the localization.
The latest fan art we’ve seen throughout the last two weeks has been rounded up and placed here for your convenience!
Also available (in case you missed it), we’ve got an interview with digital sculptor and Dishonored fan, James Cain available here.
Remember to send your artwork of any sorts to us using hashtag #BethesdArt or by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Happy Valentine’s Day and have a great weekend!
It doesn’t have Chris Pratt or Will Ferrell, but The Guildmaster Studio’s LEGO re-shoot of Skyrim’s early moments — including a cool little prelude — is definitely epic.
Feed our appetite for your artwork by sending an email to email@example.com or by getting our attention on social with #BethesdArt. We look forward to hearing from you! Until then… have a great weekend!
We’re going live with Skyrim once more for our new TwitchWorks episode. Our Northern Overlord dark elf, Alabaster is not finished with his romps through the chill lands just yet. This time we’re trying out some new mods including one that turns him into a goat!
Join Alabaster and us once more as we adventure onward in Skyrim – happening tomorrow (that’s Friday 1/23) at 4pm EST only on Twitch.TV/Bethesda.
The Lone Wanderer vs. Dovahkiin. Dragonshouts vs. VATS. Spring Valley Potato Chips vs. Apples. All of these come together is a Fallout 3/Skyrim mashup for the ages on Andrewmfilm’s YouTube channel.
Watch it again (and again) in the YouTube embed above.
Back for 2015, it’s the Classic FM Hall of Fame! As you may recall from previous years, a few familiar fan favorites have been decorating the chart. Jeremy Soule and Inon Zur need your votes to maintain their hold on the Hall of Fame. Shouldn’t every classical music fan get a chance to feel like the Dragonborn with Skyrim’s epic soundtrack? Or have the sense of wonder and terror that only Fallout 3’s Capital Wasteland can offer?
Cast your vote for Tamriel-favorite, Jeremy Soule and Wasteland darling, Inon Zur by traveling to Classic FM’s Hall of Fame, and following the directions located on the bottom of the page. Voting runs through the end of February — so don’t forget to show your support!