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- Half-Life 2
Half-Life 2 Q&A on Computer Games Online talking with Valve's Doug
Lombardi about the shooter sequel, discussing system specs, gameplay, and of
course, availability: "Things are progressing very well. We are planning to
deliver a release candidate to Vivendi in August and we're hoping to see the
product on store shelves this fall but we do not have a confirmed ship date
at this time."
- Ken Levine
Levine Q&A on Experience Gaming talks with Ken from Irrational Studios,
discussing Freedom Force and its upcoming self-published sequel: "While the
publisher funded the first title, they didnít have nearly the attachment to
it that Irrational and the fans had. When you look at our goals with the
title: to make the best sequel possible that is primarily focused on
pleasing our fans; it seemed like the obvious path to take."
- Guild Wars
Interview on Guild Wars Online Warcry is the transcript of a
conversation with the folks at Arena.Net about Guild Wars held during a
recent community day to show off the upcoming MMOPRG.
- Bet on Soldier
Bet on Soldier Q&A on Xequted (thanks
GenGamers) talks with Roman Vincent
and Damien Mauric of Kylotonn Entertainment about their upcoming
first-person shooter: "There will be a total of twelve missions on single
player mode set within three massive game environments, set in stunning
locations like Cuba, Alaska and Europe. In the Online multiplayer mode, will
have 32 players engaged in combat. With game modes like death match, team
- A Vampyre Story
A Vampyre Story
Q&A on Adventure Gamers is a chat with Mike Kirchoff of Autumn Moon
Entertainment about A Vampyre Story, the upcoming adventure game being
created by some ex-LucasArts employees.
- Children of the Nile
Fed's Children of the Nile Q&A talks with Tilted Mill co-founder Chris
Beatrice about Immortal Cities: Children of the Nile, their upcoming
city-building strategy game. There's also a
Myelin Media Q&A on
HomeLAN Fed talking with Gene Mauro from the company that is publishing
Children of the Nile.
- Asia Carrera
Q&A on maXit talks with the retired pr0n star about her long-time
interest in games, discussing Unreal Tournament, custom PCs, and more.
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||Re: Asia Carrera....
||Jul 12, 2004, 15:10
Hehe, this coming from a guy nicknamed "Hump"
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