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The Id Software programmer will stay with his old company despite also working full-time at Oculus.
Oculus VR has been on a rocket ride to mass awareness in the past year. Its toughest job: conquering motion sickness.
The longtime “biz guy” left the maker of Doom games after 17 years.
Bethesda confirms a reboot, but has no comment on Rage 2 cancellation.
Oculus VR’s virtual-reality headset provides a real, immersive 3D experience.
One upcoming technology aiming to change how we both play and see games is the Rift from Oculus. The Rift fully supports and integrates 3D in what the company claims is the most realistic 3D gaming experience to date.
Microsoft is hard at work trying to sell the idea of Windows 8 as a great gaming platform, but some developers are still not convinced.
New documentary The Critical Path includes interviews with the technical and creative talents behind today’s most popular video games.
For those of you who are nostalgic for the BFG 9000 gun and its ability to lay waste to hordes of demonic monsters, there’s a little ray of sunshine. The original Doom video game is now available on Xbox Live. You can download the game for 400 Microsoft points, or about $5.
Editor’s note: This post contains some story spoilers.