Cliff Bleszinski UT2004 Q&A
8:15 AM | Jean-Luc Dinsdale | Comment on this story
Epic Software's Cliff Bleszinski, co-creator of the original first person shooter Unreal and its sequels and multi-player counterparts, is the subject of a quick question and answer session over at gaming website Firingsquad.com.
The short two-page interview, complete with fresh screenshots from Epic's upcoming triquel Unreal Tournament 2004, focuses mainly on NVIDIA's Make Something Unreal contest, in which a one million dollar (USD) reward will go to the team that can come up with the best mod for the Unreal Tournament series. In the article, Cliff does manage to give readers a hint at his company's progress on the upcoming multiplayer shooter:
FiringSquad: How's work on UT2004 progressing?Be sure to check out the article by navigating through the links listed below. While waiting for UT2K4 to get finished, eager players are encouraged to head over to the IMG Store, where copies of the game can be pre-ordered for $39.95 USD, and $37.95 for IMG subscribers.
Cliff Bleszinski UT 2004 Q&A
Cliffy B: The last 5% of a game is the hardest and that rule is holding true for UT2004. The game is all there, it's intact, it's fun, but chasing down and squashing all of those annoying bugs is truly a difficult task. There's so much in this game; it really is an enormous toy chest of gaming fun. We want to make sure it is a solid, stable, balanced gaming delight.
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