Over the years, the company has demonstrated its aptitude in the RPG space, but there's more to it than that. In addition to its internally produced titles, the publisher also works with third parties. Bethesda recently showed off two such games at an event in London. The first, Rogue Warrior is a fairly traditional third-person shooter based on the exploits of noted Navy SEAL and author Richard "Demo Dick" Marcinko. Another game, Wet, is a stylish shooter that was originally slated to be published by Vivendi Games before becoming a temporary casualty of the Activision Blizzard merger. Both games focus on gunplay, but they could hardly be more different. Read on for a look at each of them.