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'Tales from the GDC Vault': Carmack Lays it Out
Continuing his new 'Tales from the GDC Vault' series, digital historian Jason Scott reveals his first full-length digitized video from the GDC archives - John Carmack's fascinating keynote
05.19.11 | News | Jason Scott | 6 Number of Comments 
DICE 2011: The Gamasutra Coverage Round-Up
Gamasutra rounds up its extensive on-site coverage of last week's DICE Summit 2011, which included talks from companies like Polyphony Digital, BioWare, Zynga, NPD, 5th Cell and more.
02.13.11 | News | Staff
DICE 2011: Richard Garriott Talks Space Flight, Carmack Team-Up
Richard Garriott is helping fund John Carmack of id Software's drive to popularize private space flight, alongside making social games, which will represent his "new empire."
02.09.11 | News | Brandon Sheffield | 1 Number of Comments 
The 'GDC 25' Chronicles: A Quake Aftershock
Ahead of the 25th Game Developers Conference in San Francisco this February/March, official GDC historian Jason Scott goes back to CGDC 19
01.06.11 | News | Jason Scott | 6 Number of Comments 
The Burger Speaks: An Interview With An Archmage
An in-depth interview with Rebecca Heineman, better known as "Burger", national Space Invaders champion, veteran of Interplay, brain behind the cult classics Tass Times, Wasteland, and Bard's Tale III.
12.26.10 | Feature | Matt Barton | 9 Number of Comments 
Best of FingerGaming: From Voice Fantasy to Today I Die Again
Gamasutra's review of the top news and reviews from sister iPhone and iPad site FingerGaming covers Square Enix's Voice Fantasy, Capcom Arcade and the indie sequel Today I Die Again.
11.07.10 | News | Danny Cowan
John Carmack Reveals RAGE Spinoff Mutant Bash TV for iPhone
id Software co-founder John Carmack announced that an iOS-exclusive spinoff title for the company's upcoming first-person shooter RAGE will soon debut for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
10.31.10 | News | Danny Cowan | 1 Number of Comments 
QuakeCon: id Software Releases Source Code For Two Wolfenstein Titles
id Software announced at QuakeCon that it has released the GPL-licensed source code for Splash Damage's Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory and Gray Matter's Return To Castle Wolfenstein.
08.12.10 | News | Colette Bennett
QuakeCon: id Software Announces Rage For iPhone
At QuakeCon today, id Software's John Carmack showed off a 60-fps version of Rage running on the iPhone -- and announced that an iOS version of the first-person shooter will launch later this year, ahead of the multiplatform main launch.
08.11.10 | News | Colette Bennett | 9 Number of Comments 
Technology, Design: Rage
Id's Matt Hooper goes in-depth on the design and tech considerations that have pushed the team into an entirely new way of working in this comprehensive interview about the company's 2011 PC and console game.
08.06.10 | Feature | Chris Remo | 6 Number of Comments 
Id's Hooper: 'Disruptive' Tech 5 Is Changing Everything
Speaking as part of a new Gamasutra feature interview, id Software design director Matt Hooper says that the company's id Tech 5 engine has brought about changes in the wa
08.05.10 | News | Staff | 2 Number of Comments 
GDC Gallery: Game Developers Choice Awards, Expo Floor
Organizers of 2010 Game Developers Conference have put together a final picture gallery showcasing this year's expo floor and Choice Awards ceremony, including Naughty Dog, Warren Spector, and more.
03.17.10 | News | Chris Remo
GDC: Uncharted 2 Wins Big At 10th Annual Game Developers Choice Awards
Naughty Dog's critically-acclaimed Uncharted 2: Among Thieves was the big winner at the 10th annual Game Developers Choice Awards, grabbing a total of five awards, including Best Writing and the coveted Game of the Year award.
03.11.10 | News | Staff
Game Developers Choice, IGF Awards Partner With GameSpot, G4 For Coverage
Game Developers Choice and IGF Awards organizers have confirmed that both of next week's awards shows will be streamed live on GameSpot.com, with TV network G4 capturing highlights for a GDC special.
03.02.10 | News | Staff
Carmack Gets Lifetime Achievement Honor At 2010 Choice Awards
The 2010 Game Developers Choice Awards will bestow Id co-founder John Carmack with its Lifetime Achievement award during GDC 2010 next month, with Epic Mickey's Warren Spector as awards host.
02.21.10 | News | Staff | 12 Number of Comments 
AIAS To Induct Mark Cerny Into Hall Of Fame
The Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences will honor Marble Madness creator and influential designer Mark Cerny with an induction into its Hall of Fame alongside luminaries Shigeru Miyamoto and Will Wright.
01.12.10 | News | Chris Remo | 2 Number of Comments 
Gamasutra's Best Of 2009
Ending out 2009, Gamasutra puts together the definitive compilation of our year-end lists, from disappointments through game of the year and beyond -- with bonus reader feedback.
12.23.09 | Feature | Chris Remo,Christian Nutt,Brandon Sheffield,Danny Cowan,Leigh Alexander,Kris Graft | 5 Number of Comments 
Gamasutra's Best Of 2009: Top 5 Major Industry Events
Continuing Gamasutra's 2009 retrospective, Kris Graft examines the top 5 games industry events of 2009, from notable acquisitions (id, Playfish) to new motion controller announcements from Sony and Microsoft.
12.13.09 | News | Kris Graft
Postmortem: ACE Team's Zeno Clash
ACE Team's Zeno Clash story holds intriguing lessons for indie startups on the merit of keeping true to one's artistic vision -- and on the unpredictability of the design process.
10.08.09 | Feature | Carlos Bordeu | 10 Number of Comments 
20 Years Of Evolution: Scott Miller And 3D Realms
The shareware innovator charts a path through his origins as a programmer in high school all the way to the future of his work with Radar, his new company dedicated to IP formation and evolution.
08.21.09 | Feature | Benj Edwards | 9 Number of Comments 
Carmack Draws Three 'Lines' For Id's iPhone Plans
Expect an iPhone title from Id every other month, says co-founder John Carmack. The company plans to form three separate "lines" of iPhone titles, for classics, RPGs and platform-specific originals, according to media reports.
08.13.09 | News | Leigh Alexander | 3 Number of Comments 
Interview: Muzyka On EA's New BioWare/Mythic RPG Team-Up
Following the announcement of EA's new RPG/MMO Group pairing BioWare and Mythic, general manager Ray Muzyka tells Gamasutra about the motivation, studio culture, old EA versus new, and his thoughts on Bethesda's id acquisition.
06.28.09 | News | Chris Remo
Interview: How Bethesda's Fallout 3 Helped Seal id's Sale
id Software programming maverick John Carmack explains how Fallout 3's success was proof enough that Bethesda could "change the world" with Doom 4. Gamasutra interviews Carmack and Bethesda's Pete Hines.
06.24.09 | News | Kris Graft | 14 Number of Comments 
Bethesda Parent ZeniMax Acquires id Software
id Software, the longstanding independent developer behind Doom and Quake, has been acquired by ZeniMax media, the parent company of developer and publisher Bethesda Softworks.
06.23.09 | News | Chris Remo | 27 Number of Comments 
Carmack 'Very Positive On iPhone,' Talks New Doom Resurrection
Id's John Carmack talks to Gamasutra about imminent iPhone title Doom Resurrection -- and why the noted developer believes Apple's mobile platform is curently "the best platform for a small team."
06.09.09 | News | Chris Remo | 6 Number of Comments 

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