Evening Q&As

  • DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil
    Back to Hell: Resurrection of Evil Exposed on Computer and Video Games is a Q&A with id Software lead designer Tim Willits about the upcoming DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil expansion and beyond: "Well, there's the Xbox version which should be out soon. Then of course there's Quake 4. When we have more information on that very soon, but it's going to be a very different experience to Doom 3 - there's tanks and Walkers and all kinds of guys running around in this huge war. But as far as the Doom franchise goes you'll have to wait for the movie to come out, and then we'll see where we go from there." There's also a hands-off DOOM 3: Resurrection of Evil Preview on ActionTrip with a couple of quotes from Tim and Matt Hooper (and even more from Ed -Ed).
  • Pariah
    The Pariah Q&A on Gamesradar talks with James Schmalz of Digital Extremes about Pariah, their upcoming stealthy shooter: "We are spending a month or so adapting the PC version. We'll adjust the AI to suit each platform and polish the PC version for mouse and keyboard, and the Xbox version for the controller. Overall they will be similar in story and gameplay modes; it will be the polish that makes them differ."
  • Auto Assault
    The Auto Assault Q&A on GameSpot talks with NetDevil's Scott Brown about their upcoming MMORPG of Auto Assault and 12V battery: "Currently we are focusing on getting started with our beta. We have done our first external tests now and are adding to the game based on the first play-through. We are a few weeks from getting the features in we really wanted for shipping and can then move to 'polish-and-optimize mode' while continuing to add content like crazy."
  • City of Heroes
    JIVEMagazine's Letters to Statesman (Part 1 of 2) features Cryptic Studios Jack Emmert answering player's questions about City of Heroes, their superhero MMORPG: "I’m proud to announce there’s a whole new line up of costume options coming in the game's next expansion. That way you can have a costume to meet any crime-busting occasion, while doing it in style!"
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Don't worry Sho, a post in defense of doom3 on Blues is almost as fruitless as trying to get into a rational conversation with a G.W.Bush zealot.

I mean, it was Half Life 2 that stole the show with its insanely intelligent AI-routines and its baffling story evolution, right folks?

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