"If you want to dip your toe in the water of online gaming rather than take the plunge right away, you could pay a visit to the Shoot'n'Surf Cafe in London, or a local equivalent. For 3.5 to 5 pounds an hour, you can experience multi-player gaming and get the benefit of expert tuition."
"Well, here it is. It's hard to believe! At least 85 machines, all running Quake — every square inch of table and floorspace is covered by computers and cables and technology. No, not a square inch is unused. Is there space between those subwoofers and 17 inch monitors? Hell, I've got a laptop. Let's go!"
QuakeCast, the ultimate Quake experience, gibs your interactive mind away. From live chat with the mad gurus at id software to clan testimonials, QuakeCast is the most intense hour of chat about the most technologically advanced multiplayer 3D action game ever.
Well, #quakecon seemed to be a success. Several people were impressed with the turnout including the id boys. I will have #quakecon pics in a few days and I'll have room to post them since I now have more web page space. Like a little good web page maintainer I took a fair amount of notes. I attended Thursday night, Friday night, and Saturday afternoon.
Recorded entirely in our home studio, the show is intended to bring gaming news to the audience in a different format than many other shows. We like to blend a lot of humor and sarcasm with the actual events. Blue (of Bluesnews.com) calls us the "Dream On" of radio shows, in reference to HBO's television program, which combined a narrative with movie clips to emphasize the main character's state of mind.