Red Orchestra Team Interviewed
9:28 AM | Galen Wiley | Comment on this story
The folks at Boomtown.net have posted an interview with Ingmar Spit and Alan Wilson, team members of the popular Unreal Tournament 2004 modification Red Orchestra. The WWII-based mod won the grand prize in this year's NVIDIA Make Something Unreal Contest, which included over one thousand entries from all backgrounds and experiences. The interview covers every topic from the team's progress after winning the award to their plans in the near future. Here's a small sample of the full article:
Red Orchestra won the grand prize in the Make Something Unreal contest. Did you expect this when you first entered the contest? Check out the full interview for more.
Red Orchestra 3.2 Interview
I don't think you can expect things like that in a contest, all you can do is work as hard as you can. We first entered in the second round of the MSU and were, of course, very excited to win that round. We've won every MSU round since and have been granted awards from Gamespot, ModDB and Computer Games Magazine for instance.
One thing I'm proud of is the fact that the team actually kept on going working hard all the way, and never sat back to relax on it's winnings. I think it's safe to say that with each MSU round our efforts became more intense, the amount of content added has been multiplying itself with each release, and the quality kept going upward up to the grand finals. The whole team can be very proud of that. It's a professional attitude.
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