NVIDIA’s Lightspeed Studios has released Quake II RTX, a revamp of the classic id title with ray tracing and realistic lighting effects provided by GeForce RTX graphics cards. The game also brings improved textures, effects, and much more.
Quake II – yes, that Quake II – is getting a modern overhaul on June 6 courtesy of NVIDIA's RTX ray tracing. The result, called simply Quake II RTX, overhauls the original with real-time lighting and reflections, and it looks absolutely phenomenal.
During GDC this year, Microsoft announced that important game development tool MonoGame would support Xbox One. We spoke to Tom Spilman of Sickhead games, stewards of MonoGame and creators of classic Windows game ARMED, to learn about MonoGame's Xbox One progress, UWP development, and much more.
I recently met with Mike Porter of San Diego-based NewSchool to learn about his schools' gaming education programs. Mike formerly worked at Microsoft on Windows 8 and games like Halo 3. Even if you don't aspire to make games, you'll want to watch our video interview for Mike's insights into gaming!
In Bombshell for Xbox One and Windows PC, a cybernetic-armed heroine must fend off an alien invasion. A third-person shooter/action-RPG with a sense of humor, Bombshell could end up putting 3D Realms back on the map this fall. Don’t miss our exclusive video interview and gameplay impressions!
During the QuakeCon 2015 opening ceremony, Bethesda surprised us all: the new Doom's multiplayer mode was playable at the convention! Naturally, yours truly had to give Doom multiplayer a shot. Keep reading to learn what running-and-gunning against other players will be like in next year's Doom!
Attendees of QuakeCon 2015 in Dallas, TX got their own unique peak at Fallout 4 this weekend. Bethesda shared nearly 10 minutes of new gameplay footage exclusively to attendees. Luckily we've got a full write-up with all the details.
Every year Bethesda hosts a fan convention called QuakeCon in Dallas, TX. This year marks the 20th anniversary of QuakeCon, and Bethesda has several exciting events going on throughout the convention. Read on for full details on what we've seen and will be seeing at the latest and greatest QuakeCon!
Yesterday your friendly neighborhood gaming editor travelled through the rain to Dallas, TX for QuakeCon. It was a totally uneventful trip and nothing dangerous or life shattering happened long the way, no sir. QuakeCon is Bethesda's annual fan convention, where visitors can compete in gaming tournaments, show off their PC case mods, and get some playtime with Bethesda games like The...
Windows Phone sports Xbox Live integration where consumers can download and interact with their avatar and account, which pulls down gamerscore, friends and more. It's a strong selling point for the platform since the Xbox Live service boasts over 40 million subscribers. If Microsoft can successfully tap into that pool of consumers, Windows Phone's marketshare would pose more of a...