Next up was a gentleman whom calls himself "hyPer" and he runs a web site called In The Pit Rocket Arena Strategy dedicated to...you guessed it...Rocket Arena. Mace Royer was live in the studio tonight. GIRLBOMB is still out sick and the "chatbitch" loonyboi sat in her stead.
I spent several weeks discovering, by trial and error, the techniques needed to make practically anything out of brushes. What I know is just the result of alot of hard thinking, and staring at a computer screen. I havent talked to Carmak or anyone that is really educated on the subject of 3d engines, and I’m sure that if I did, I’d have more to say on this subject.
Single-handedly defeating the Strogg invasion force on their hellish home turf, the Quake Marine returns to Earth where he puts his unique talents to use as a gun for hire. Along with his trusty railgun, the marine fights the forces of evil... for a price.
In the previous installment, Quake Marine saved US President Bill Clinton from the insidious deer. In the far future, an older, wiser Quake Marine reflects on his greatest challenge!!!
Here are several collected Quake comic strips by writers and artists who were gaming with us in the late 90’s: >Byte Me_, Dilbert, Penny Arcade, and User Friendly.
Dank and Scud (online Quake comic by Michael Houston) find themselves back on Earth, only to be caught in the middle of some hideous military experiment gone terribly wrong. Originally released November, 1998.
Quake 2 comics from the beautiful archive at GameArt, founded and maintained by Stefan (Nop) and Martin (Braindead).