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Episode 505: 3 Hours Of E3

June 16th, 2018 · 1 Comment

This week’s episode is three hours long — Jonah’s mic was moving in the first minute, but after that, it’s ok. There’s no news, just discussion of each of the press briefings that preceded E3, as well as some of the games that Jonah got hands-on time with. TJ is sad that he didn’t get […]

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Tags: E3 · electronic arts · Episode · id software · Industry News · Microsoft · Nintendo · Nintendo Switch · PC Gaming · PlayStation 4 · Podcast · Show Notes · Sony · square enix · ubisoft · Xbox One

Episode 413: Baldur’s Gaming Podcast

February 18th, 2016 · No Comments

Jonah survived the cold snap, and everything is okay – we think. There’s not much to this podcast except for the extensive discussions on completely unrelated topics. The news this week includes: The Chinese Room gearing up to announce a new game “Who wouldn’t want to take on” Baldur’s Gate 3, says former Bioware writer […]

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id Software Interested in Nintendo’s Wii

February 25th, 2009 · No Comments

Nintendo is seeing some great successes with their console — duh. What is the best way to provide evidence that Nintendo has a hit with their new little white console? Perhaps the bright blue eyes of id Software? Originally, it was said that id Software wasn’t really interested in developing games for the Wii, perhaps […]

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Tags: Editorial · id software · Industry News · Nintendo · Wii

ID Software, Not Just One Game Anymore

August 1st, 2008 · 1 Comment

As Bob Dylan once wrote, “The times they are a-changin’” and id Software may be ready to change with these times. They’re talking at Quake Con about both DOOM 4 and their next title Rage (a first person shooter car driving game) both utilizing the same engine, the Tech 5 engine, and being developed simultaneously. […]

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