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|Palmer Luckey just funded a project that aims to make Oculus exclusives playable on Vive|
Added: 30.06.2017 21:43 | 11 views | 0 comments
Back in March, Oculus founder , the Oculus parent company. It wasn’t clear what the circumstances of his departure were - whether it was voluntary or not - but it followed months of controversy over the businessman meme organisations and a lawsuit involving id Software founder .
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Now Luckey is free to do what he likes, since he’s no longer working at Oculus. Lately, what he likes has been funding a project that aims to get Oculus exclusives working on rival headset the HTC Vive.
|John Romero is auctioning off original Doom 2 floppy disks|
Added: 27.06.2017 23:21 | 10 views | 0 comments
Industry legend John Romero, the co-founder of id Software and co-creator of Doom, Quake, and Daikatana, is auctioning off his original floppy disks for Doom 2 on .
There's no frills included, like a box or instructions; it's just the disks, though Romero noted that he will sign the floppies for the winning bid, should they want him to (which of course they will).
Despite these being ordinary 3.5 inch floppy disks in a world where disk drives have long since become obsolete, the bids on eBay have risen to a staggering $880.
|Quake Champions will run through Steam, id Software confirms|
Added: 26.06.2017 2:14 | 7 views | 0 comments
Arena shooter won't exclusively use Bethesda.net, as many suspected.
|Square Enix congratulates Denuvo: "Thanks to you, people have to buy the game"|
Added: 25.06.2017 7:53 | 11 views | 0 comments
Now here is something interesting. At Denuvos official website, there are three companies congratulating it. These three companies are: id Software, Crytek and Square Enix. And while id Softwares and Cryteks comments are kind of neutral (after all, id Software has removed the Denuvo anti-tamper tech from DOOM), Square Enixs comment is a bit more salty?
|Quake Champions: release date, gameplay, beta, trailer - everything we know|
Added: 12.06.2017 20:12 | 8 views | 0 comments
After Bethesda’s incredibly successful revivals of Wolfenstein and Doom, it was only a matter of time before they set their railgun sights on bringing Quake, progenitor of the multiplayer FPS, back to the fore of mainstream gaming with Quake Champions. Treading a careful line between old school shooter purity and modern-day concessions like character abilities, Quake Champions is increasingly looking like an FPS fan’s dream come true.
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The team are developing the game exclusively for the PC and are promising the same speed of classic Quake, with unlocked framerates and a refresh rate of 120hz. That should be enough to persuade the pro-players that developers id Software and Saber Interactive aren’t messing about. So in the interest of saving you all some time, here’s a comprehensive rundown of everything we know about Quake Champions ahead of it entering closed beta.
|Quake World Championship takes place August 26 for $1 million prize|
Added: 12.06.2017 5:30 | 4 views | 0 comments
Bethesda announced its Quake World Championship event will take place at Quakecon on August 26 in Dallas, Texas. The winners will take home $1 million in prizes. Quake Champions is under development from Bethesda's id Software studio and Saber Interactive. It is in closed beta testing now, and it will launch sometime in 2017 on the ...]
|Doom VFR is the series' virtual reality debut|
Added: 12.06.2017 5:13 | 8 views | 0 comments
Bethesda confirms id Software's shooter will make the leap to virtual.
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