Hey! Remember that challenge Bethesda threw down awhile ago? Name your baby Dovahkiin on 11.11.11 and you'll get Free Bethesda games for Life? Well it finally happened! Two parents, Megan and Eric Kellermeyer have named their child Dovahkiin! Now thats commitment. Bethesda even provided a picture of the baby surrounded with Skyrim stuff.
Awww Aint that adorable? His full name is Dovahkiin Tom Kellermeyer. I actually can't believe they DID do this. I mean, free stuff from Bethesda is great but, naming your baby Dovahkiin is a bit too far dont you think? I don't want to complain about their parenting or anything but his "unique" name might be a problem once he goes to school. " Hey Dovahkiin where did your name from? "-----" My parents wanted free stuff so they named me Dovahkiin "
Bethesda even made a funny remark to this
“Any reward for completing this quest will not ultimately justify the potential teasing your child could — and probably will — endure over its lifespan. Bethesda Softworks is not responsible for your parenting. You may gain experience points for completing this quest, but you will not care at 3 am on a work night. Completion of this quest may also result in decreased desire to play video games and/or function as a human being. Consult with your friends before embarking on this quest; while it may not start in prison, it probably ends there.”
Now aside from that I've got two other things for this news post to mention. Scroll down to see...
Some issues with PS3
Well, looks like Xbox isnt the only console with issues. Ps3 has some performance issues when playing Skyrim. Since Skyrim's friday release some people have been reporting framerate issues on Ps3. It seems this issue ONLY occures once Skyrim's save files goes over 6MB. Now why does it happen you say? Well.....Bethesda is looking for it. As Pete Hines tweeted " According to IGN, Bethesda's Pete Hines explains that "Most users aren't experiencing these kind of issues on PS3. We are investigating the issue further as to why some folks are seeing this.".