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Tuesday, September 7, 2004

DOOM3 Beta Patch and Demo News

id's Robert Duffy updated his .plan with news that FileShack has the 1.05 beta patch for DOOM3. His .plan has the list of all the fixes and changes. He also comments on the forthcoming demo, the SDK, and Linux dedicated server. Here's the word:

The SDK is also ready to go and as soon as the update is out in non beta form the SDK will be made available for download.

The Linux Dedicated server is also ready to go and will also be available as soon as the update is non beta.

The DOOM 3 demo is also coming in a few days, it is finishing the last stages of QA. It should give everyone waiting to buy the game a taste of what DOOM 3 is all about. It contains 3 levels of the game and is single player only.

Once the patch is out, I hope to see the Linux client binaries follow very soon thereafter. I'm itching for some native DOOM3 action.

Hun-Speak: Gaming Memories

For one reason or another, I've been waxing nostalgic lately. I began to think of big moments in my gaming life. I've listed a few of them for you in my new Hun-Speak column entitled Gaming Memories. Check it out and take a walk with me down memory lane. As an added bonus, learn the origin of J.t.Qbe's nickname! Remember, this is a exclusive.

Monday, September 6, 2004

Happy Labor Day

Greetings and best wishes to you women who are within hours or even minutes of having a baby. May all go well with your birth experience.

A.T. Hun comments: You're a loony. You might even need a new brain!

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