ReSaurus, the toy company behind the excellent Duke Nukem action figures, has set its sights on id's PC phenomenon, Quake II... The first wave of toys will include the male and female Marines, as well as the Strogg Barracuda Shark, the dog-like Parasite, and the monstrous Tank.
Make Your Own Quake, by Colin Williamson, PC Gamer, April 2000. Illustration by Eric Bowman. Cover art by Phill Singer. Magazine scans courtesy of Archive.org.
Scans of Quake II review and much more Quake content from the Luty (February) 1998 issue of Polish computer gaming magazine, Reset: magazyn gier komputerowych, courtesy of Archive.org.
"If someone uses a good move on me I'll be one step ahead the next time he tries it on. And I might use that move on the next person I play." -Dennis "Thresh" Fong interview by Mark Green, Arcade magazine, December 1998, courtesy of Archive.org.
Every year, a little town in Texas becomes home to thousands of gamers for four brilliant days of gaming. In these four days, thousands of gamers will flock to the hometown of id Software, most with their own computers in tow, for the country's biggest LAN party: QuakeCon.