This week on The Development Slate, your hosts imagine how to make a newer, better DOOM film.
As memorable as your first game love is, so too is the one that devastated you. We had to know: what’s the game that broke your heart?
Metanet Software's Mare Sheppard is keynoting the Freeplay Independent Games Festival in Melbourne, Australia and gave Dork Shelf a sneak peek about her talk and indie dev life.
Is there a Freud joke to be made out of that title? North America’s largest LAN party, QuakeCon, is in full swing this week in Texas. QuakeCon features multiplayer gaming tournaments, but it is also a chance for the host, id Software to show off their latest products. Rage is the new game being shown by id […]
Kotaku just broke the news that legendary First Person Shooter developer id Software will be purchased by ZeniMax, parent company of RPG developer Bethesda Softworks. The merger of id Software; the company that created the likes of Doom and Wolfenstein, and Bethesda Softworks; the studio behind Fallout 3 and the Elder Scrolls games, is huge […]
id Software‘s web-based first person shooter Quake Live entered the open beta stage of development last week. Quake Live, based on id‘s popular 1999 shooter Quake III Arena is a free multiplayer browser based first person shooter. For those of you wanting an nostalgic throwback to the world of PC gaming circa 1999(man, that makes […]