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!
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!
From the offices of id Software, we’re back with a lo0k at the latest and greatest web happenings.
We begin talking about id. Above is a new teaser pic of MythBusters’ Adam & Jamie with UFC Fighter (and part-time DOOM marine), Brendan Schaub. For more sneak peaks at this Saturday’s episode, keep an eye on our DOOM Twitter and Facebook pages.
To tide you over until Saturday night, here’s some other links to check out.
2015 is a big year for BATTLECRY as players — beginning in Australia/New Zealand — will be able to play the game in beta, and it’s making waves in “Games of 2015″ lists from sites like Mashable, USA Today, AusGamers, and CHIP (DE).
PC Gamer offers an ode to the odorous toilet of Dishonored.
Giant Bomb has shared the results of their 2014 Readers’ GOTY voting and we’re very excited to see Wolfenstein cracked their top 10 list.
Develop discusses BATTLECRY’s move to beta in a new interview with the teams’s design director, Lucas Davis.
SXSW will be happening before you know it in Austin, and in this year’s Gaming Awards, Wolfenstein and The Evil Within received nominations for Excellence in Narrative and Excellence in SFX, respectively. Find out who wins on Friday, March 13th.
Over at MMORPG.com, it’s up to fans like you to help ESO win Best RPG and Best MMO of 2014 in their Players Choice Awards.
Shoddycast continues to impress with their lore series for Fallout. One name provides all you have to say about the latest episode: GARY!
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or by posting to social media using the hashtag #BethesdArt.
Have a great weekend!
Photographer Mahiru captures the spirit and atmosphere of The Evil Within alongside some of the most talented cosplayers we’ve seen yet.
It’s Morning Star 1st — Happy New Year to all! Writing in from the home front, here’s some things to know from around the web.
At Coub — a site dedicated to creating video shorts — they’re kicking off the new year with a competition giving tribute to Skyrim’s Dragon Shouts. By submitting your #fusrodah clip, you’ll have a chance to win a Skyrim print, a Jeremy Soule-signed soundtrack, and a copy of Skyrim Legendary Edition signed by Todd Howard. For details on how to submit your own Coub (and learn the official rules), visit here.
With a new year ahead of us, many gaming sites are taking one last opportunity to reflect back on some of their favorite moments in gaming from 2014. Back in May, Polygon heralded Wolfenstein: The New Order as one of the best shooters of the year — scoring it as a 9/10. Months later, they’ve also decided it’s one of the very best games of the year — ranking it as the #2 game of the year! Here’s a snippet from reviewer Arthur Gies:
“But it’s the people in it and their stories that hold everything together and setWolfenstein: The New Order above so many of its action contemporaries, that place it above so many story-based games in general. It’s the stories within that make it one of the best games of the year.”
Who else has Bethesda shout outs in their end of year awards? Read on below…
Giant Bomb — The New Order received Top 10 recognition from a few of the sites staff and guests, including Will Smith, Drew Scanlon, and Dave Lang. Also worthy of note, the site got Horror Master John Carpenter to share his top 5 games of the year — a list that includes The Evil Within!
Rock, Paper Shotgun – Named Wolfenstein the “Best FPS of 2014″.
IGN –Voting for the Best of 2014 continues. Vote for Wolfenstein in the Best Xbox One, Best Xbox 360, Best PS3, and Best Shooter categories. You can also vote for The Evil Within for Best Action Game!
Ars Technica — Wolfenstein named #6 game of the year.
PCGamesN — Wolfenstein named as one of the “Best Games of 2014″.
Games Radar –The Evil Within (#21) and Wolfenstein: The New Order (#17).
Yahoo — Wolfenstien (#14) for Yahoo’s Top 20 Games of the Year.
Guardian UK — Named The Evil Within (#20) and Wolfenstein (#13) to their year-end Top 25.
The Onion AV Club — Wolfenstein a “Our Favorite Games” selection (Drew Toal).
PC Gamer — Wolfenstein a “2014 Personal Pick” (Tony Ellis).
God is a Geek — Ranks Wolfenstein their #10 game of the year.
Halfbeard’s Hub – FPS GOTY
Telegraph — One of 2014’s Top 40 Games (Wolfenstein).
Venture Beat — Runner-up accolade for Wolfenstein (Paul Semel).
Techno Buffalo — Wolfenstein highlighed as one of the year’s top 14 games.
That’s all for now. From everyone at Bethesda, we wish you all the a happy and healthy 2015!
There’s a chill in the air going into the holidays this year. That means its time for us to warm up by the fire and spend time with family and friends. We wish everyone a safe and wonderful holiday season as we head to 2015.
Happy Holidays everyone and a Happy New Year!
Gross up your bobblehead colletion with GamingHead’s new bobblehead of The Evil Within’s most iconic adversary, The Keeper. Standing at a less-intimidating 6 inches tall, he will still be a formidable foe for your other collectibles — including Vault Boy. And he’s definitely endearing in a weird sort of way!
The Keeper bobblehead is available for $19.99 today on GamingHeads.com!