In May 2005, The Dudes were hired to create a pilot for FOX. This cut includes live stage segments and laugh track in hopes of appealing to a broad audience.
So, I have recently re-installed Tribes 2. Yesterday I played a nice PUG with a bunch of other players. There were two captains that picked their team members and then the two teams went at it for about an hour. It was a pretty awesome map. I played defense most of the time, only going offense to return flags. I got quite a few nice flag returns on that one. Anyway, if you have Tribes 2 and would like to play, let me know.
If you have never seen a Tribes 2 match (or any Tribes match), you are missing out. They are pretty fun to watch compared to most games. Lots of stuff going on at any moment in a Tribes match. If you want to check one out you can download it here. It isn’t a particularly great match. Two mediocre teams battling for an uneventful rung, but interesting none the less. Should be entertaining to anyone who has never watched a Tribes match before.
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Coaxke and PC Speaker were recently on a UK radio station where they played their single about the movie “Snakes on a Plane”. It was pretty good, and you can check it out here.
They also create a Halo 2 rap a while back. If you have not seen it yet, you can watch it below.
So, I decided to figure out how to create flash video files and then post them. Looks like it worked out pretty well. I am sure I will make use of this a lot in the future. For now, check out the first test file. It is a short Tribes video to try to get my friends interested in the game. Most of the footage was taken during one afternoon of playing.
I am a big fan of John Carmack (read Masters of Doom). At E3 this year he sat down for an interview on G4. The interviewer was pissing me off though. If the interviewer didn’t control the conversation, Carmack could have talked for hours about mega texture and the inner workings of the PS3 architecture. It just feels like he wants to go more in-depth, but the intelligence of the audience around him and the interviewer are keeping him locked down. I guess programmer speak is not what they were looking for, but I wanted to hear it.