If you’re a fan of first person shooters, then you should know that the Quake franchise is being reactivated with a brand new game in the series. Quake Champions aims to bring back the skill based, competitive gameplay of Quake III, coupled with the class based gameplay of todays shooters. But will it work?
It’s too early to say, but at least you can watch this Quake Champions gameplay … [ Read More... ]
Phoenix Comicon is in less than a week and with it brings some really cool local gaming cosplay, events and of course panels.
One of our writers, Mercurius FM, will be hosting a few pop culture and gaming panels that should interest our readers including panels on Retro Video Game Music and remixes, Dystopian Societies as well as a class on the History of Doom and ID Software.
John Romero, co-creator of Doom and Quake, posted a video on youtube which stars himself and Adrian Carmack, the artist of aforementioned games. The teaser video follows Carmack as he walks through the Irish countryside until he finds Romero, who is in a hooded jacket. Carmack hands him a keyboard and mouse, to which Romero dramatic nods while uplifting symphonic Star Trek-like music plays. The video … [ Read More... ]
After a couple days of playing the latest Doom Open Beta, I can definitely say not much has changed since our last play.
It seems the speed has been slightly increased (it could also be that it’s just running a bit faster on my machine). The grappling animations have been sped up a bit. A few slight tweaks like that to help flow have been. Some other minor … [ Read More... ]