The team at LAMERKATZ has put together their own demo: LamerKatz Chronicles. This demo has to be the funniest demo that I've ever seen. It's not often that you watch a demo of people getting fragged left and right, and the people getting fragged are the demo makers. And it's set to some pretty cool tunes, done up like a couple of rock videos.
Basically, PSYCHOSIS DeathMatch is a site dedicated to making graphics/3D modeling-based modifications for first person shooters (right now we're pretty much focusing on id engine games). For now, the site will house new player models and graphics packs (interface overhauls, skin packs, etc.) and will hopefully grow to include new maps and other mods.
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.
Quake 2 comics from the beautiful archive at GameArt, founded and maintained by Stefan (Nop) and Martin (Braindead).
Scott Kurtz has wanted to be a cartoonist since he was 9 years old. Although he created comics all throughout elementary school, high school and college, his work first appeared on the internet in 1998. Scott's earlier strips Wedlock and Samwise earned him his first (albeit small) online audiences and gained him notice in the computer gaming industry. PvP debuted on May 4th 1998 and has run ever since.