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Wednesday, April 2, 2003

JK3 Interview

Games Domain posted an interview with folks from Activision and Raven about the game tentatively titled Jedi Knight III. Here's a snip:

GD: You mentioned that you're kind of stepping back to the first Jedi Knight (Dark Forces 2) where you can choose to be evil or good at some point in the game. How is that going to work?

JZ: It will be different than Jedi Knight. Your good and evil choice is not a reaction to how you played the game. You can choose your light side powers and dark side powers as you progress and the game branches depending on those choices to two different endings.

Thanks Shack News.

Tuesday, April 1, 2003

Best April Fool's Jokes

Since this is April 1 (ironically, there are elections in Wisconsin today--how apropos), Ars Technica linked to the Top 100 April Fool's Day pranks of all time. Some of these are downright hysterical. After reading this, I fear for humanity.

This is much better than some of the stuff we've run in the past.

Duke3D Source Released

3D Realms has released the source code to Duke Nukem 3D under the GPL! You can get it from FileShack (free registration required) or read the readme. I wish more developers would follow their (and id's) lead and release old code so we can all learn from it. Thanks Shacknews.

In a more "April Fools" vein, 3D Realms also announced Duke Nukem Forever for the Atari 2600. Cute, guys. Just finish the #$%^ game. Of course, Linux Games is reporting that the game will be Linux-only and use a Glide renderer. Har.

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