LGR – Blood – DOS PC Game Review

[LGR Theme] [fizz, sip] Aahhh! Blood. Now THAT is a proper name for a first-person shooter. And, man, does it live up to it. This is one disturbing and dark title, brought to you by none other than 3D Realms and Monolith. Blood was released in 1997, fresh off the success of Duke Nukem 3D. The developer of the game, 3D Realms, looked to repeat its success with another game based on Duke’s build engine, this time focusing on parodies

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LGR – Europa Universalis – PC Game Review

[typing] Well, this is new. I actually hurt my back playing the game for today’s review. I was so engrossed in it that I was hunched over in my computer chair, leaning into the screen, just getting sucked into this game world for hours and hours and hours. That– that was not a good idea, but I did it anyway. What kind of game can make me do this? Well… Yeah… Europa Universalis, developed by Paradox Entertainment AB and published

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Making a Multiplayer FPS in Unity (EP. 1) – uNet Tutorial

thanks for tuning in at brakus hello and welcome to the first video on creating a multiplayer FPS in unity so this is the subject requested by so many of you guys and I thought I would finally go ahead and cover this in a series and it’s a great time to do so because unity quite recently released a unit or unity networking which is their new networking solution and I can tell you it’s it’s actually pretty great

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How to make a Video Game – Getting Started

If you want to make a [videogame] But don’t know where to start this video should help on you in the right direction. Making games is a complicated subject. But let’s try and break it down. When the big studios create games. They do so in large teams. Each person has a specific role. Whether that be 3D modeling, programming, doing concept art or sound design. In reality though most people don’t start with the team of professionals. More just

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LGR – Rise of the Triad – DOS PC Game Review

[MIDI rock music] [typing] Looking back at awesome first-person shooters from the early-to-mid-’90s, several come to mind immediately. Wolfenstein 3D. Doom. Duke Nukem 3D. Tek War. Wait… no one thinks of Tek War. How’d that get in here? And one that soon comes to mind for me is Rise of the Triad, published by Apogee Software in 1995 and developed by an internal team there calling themselves “The Developers of Incredible Power.” This was a team led by none other

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LGR – System Shock – DOS PC Game Review

[synthesized music] [typing] Looking back through PC gaming past, there are few games that set the bar so high that it almost seems like cheating. Today’s game is one of those games: System Shock. Developed by the legendary Looking Glass Technologies and published by Origin Systems in 1994. Just look at this package. Man, isn’t it great? Not easy to find boxed, either. Yeah, just look at it. And while you’re at it, look at this too because it’s curious.

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LGR – Voyeur – DOS PC Game Review

[typing] In 1993, there was a major debate going on in American government and media regarding the videogame industry. The accusation was that games– still thought of as toys for kids– were becoming too violent and sexual. Titles like Mortal Kombat, Doom, Lethal Enforcers, and Night Trap were all over the news, and under scrutiny during congressional hearings, which eventually resulted in the formation of the Entertainment Software Rating Board. While a lot of the focus was on the full-motion

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LGR – Wolfenstein 3D – DOS PC Game Review

♪♪ [typing] Well, it seems as if the next Wolfenstein game is out. It’s quite new. And orderly. But that’s not quite my style. At least, not for the purposes of this video today. Let’s go ahead and take a look at the Old Order of Wolfenstein. And of course, that is the one and only… Wolfenstein 3D, developed by id Software and published by Apogee Software in 1992 for MS-DOS PCs. You’ll hear some pronounce it “Wolfen-STEEN,” but the

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