Epic's Ryan Gordon on The Gamesome Mac
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On tonight's broadcast of The Gamesome Mac, the weekly Mac gaming radio program, hosts Sean Smith and Omaha Sternberg talk with Ryan Gordon of Epic Games, the developer of the Mac and Linux versions of Unreal Tournament 2003.
Excitement in the Mac community about this game has been phenomenal: well over 400,000 Mac OS X gamers downloaded the Unreal Tournament 2003 Tech Demo in just the first four days of its availability, according to MacSoft, the publisher of UT 2003 for the Mac.
Not only has Gordon had the task of converting Unreal Tournament 2003, he is also developing the Mac conversion of America's Army, another game that uses Epic's Unreal engine.
Sean and Omaha will also offer Mac gaming news, reviews, and commentary, and together with their guest will take questions live from listeners in The Gamesome Mac's chat room.
The Gamesome Mac can be heard live on MacRadio from 6 to 8 pm Pacific Time, 9 to 11 pm Eastern (Tuesday from 0100 to 0300 UTC), and on demand thereafter. You can tune in at The Gamesome Mac's web page, where you'll also find archives of past broadcasts. QuickTime 5 or 6 and a 28 kbps or faster Internet connection are required.
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