If you’re keen on development as a career or just want to understand what goes into the games you play, you could do worse than check out Rise of the Triad’s excellent ongoing developer blogs. The latest entry discusses environmental design and modelling, and discusses what tools the artists use for small details, and how that eventually becomes a full, explorable 3D environment. If you prefer to listen rather than read, a podcast on this subject is available via YouTube. Rise of the Triad is an Unreal-powered remake of the 1990’s original due on PC early this year.
Desert Bus for Hope has returned for 2017 - watch the second half of this 146 hour charity gaming event
Desert Bus for Hope, a charity event based entirely around a sub-game within Penn and Teller’s Smoke and Mirrors, is currently underway.
Final Fantasy 15: Monster of the Deep is out now, and this launch trailer shows just how intense it is
Final Fantasy 15’s VR spin-off, Monster of the Deep, is out now, so grab your fishing rods and slip on your VR headset.
PlayStation’s Black Friday digital sale is a good one, with some major discounts on recent releases.
The almost-was-a-Duke-Nukem title from 3D Realms and Interceptor Entertainment will no longer meet its 2015 release date.
Duke Nukem belongs to Gearbox, forever.
Rise Of The Triad
Good news for those wanting to try out Rise of the Triad: it’s free on Steam this weekend.
Rise of the Triad 1.4 is now available through Steam, and it comes with six new maps, new achievements, and a “whole horde” of features, options, and new cheats. The Dommstick Shotgun, a semi-auto shotgun “from Hell” has also been added to the free update, and if you have yet to buy the shooter, it’s 75% […]