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33 years old
Birthday:
January 10, 1986
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Ohio, USA, Earth
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It's time to chew ass.

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AIM  deuxsonic
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MSN  spamclark15@yahoo.com
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  1. Game Developers -- Where Are They Now?

    05 September 2016 - 03:25 AM

    So it's interesting to me to see where the people that have worked on my favorite games end up over the decades, as some people stay pretty firmly rooted where they were while others are doing things you would never have guessed. I saw it mentioned that Levelord lives in Russia so I decided to do some digging and found an article on it:

    http://tesall.ru/tut...isiting-tesall/

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    Seeing him settled down on the other side of the planet with a family just never even entered my mind I guess. Another example is Todd Replogle who also has a family on the other side of the world in Thailand:

    http://www.giantbomb...40-1869/images/

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    I know American McGee had his development studio Spicy Horse in Shanghai and Adrian Carmack I believe owns a hotel and/or pub and lives in Ireland. Any other interesting examples?

    EDIT: You can talk about any game developers, I made the mistake of initially thinking Duke and then immediately wanted to expand beyond just that.
  2. Unreal Thread

    17 August 2016 - 11:12 PM



    So Unreal since it's release has always been kind of a legendary game for me as it was insanely ambitious and the amount of content made for it was tremendous, enough to make a mission pack out of pretty much just cut material and then Unreal Tournament, which was originally the Botpack, an add-on for Unreal. Can you imagine this whole things as one huge game? (You can easily do this in UT but it was also the original plan.)
  3. Scorn

    11 August 2016 - 12:49 PM



    http://www.scorn-game.com/

    Takes on this?
  4. Weapon Names

    30 June 2016 - 04:37 PM

    I've been curious about this ever since Duke3d first came out. Which weapon names are correct, the ones used on pickup or the ones listed in the help screen?

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  5. Duke Nukem Console Exclusives on PC?

    22 June 2016 - 03:15 PM

    Duke Nukem: Time To Kill (PS1), Duke Nukem: Land of The Babes (PS1), and Duke Nukem: Zero Hour (N64) were only ever released on these respective platforms. Obviously there is using emulators to play on PC, but I'm curious if anyone has ever tried to go further and port or remake them to have them natively on PC?

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