Britton Peele, the Online Entertainment Editor and Producer at The Dallas Morning News, says that legendary developer John Carmack would have liked to bring Doom 3 BFG Edition to the Wii U, but he says there's simply not the interest in the platform at the moment. He also said that he would like to develop for … Continue reading Carmack Says Doom 3 BFG Would Be Great On Wii U, Not Enough Interest In Platform
Brian Harris, a developer over at ID software, has said on Twitter that since the team has wrapped up work on Doom 3 BFG Edition they are now looking to bring their "big project" - which is presumably Doom 4 - to "new platforms". Whether this means that they're looking to bring Doom 4 to Wii … Continue reading Doom 4 Coming To Wii U?
John Carmack, the co-founder of id Software and lead programmer behind Doom, has taken to Twitter to reveal that the majority of next generation games will run at 30fps, as opposed to 60fps. A number of people were hoping for 1080p and 60fps, but Carmack has been assured that this isn't going to happen. "Unfortunately, I can pretty … Continue reading Doom Creator Says Many Next-Gen Games Will Still Target 30 fps
Famed video game developer John Carmack has expressed his personal interest in bringing Doom 3 BFG edition to multiple platforms. Carmack admits that it is something he would love to be able to do, but says that the development team just hasn't got the time. "I wish that we could deploy this (Doom 3 BFG … Continue reading Doom Creator Would Love To Bring Doom 3 BFG Edition To Wii U
John Romero, the co-founder of id Software, believes that traditional video game consoles are not needed. Romero helped design many well-known games including Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Quake. Romero prefers gaming on a PC and says that PCs are “way more powerful than consoles. They keep getting faster and faster, while consoles sit for six … Continue reading Doom Designer Believes That You Don’t Need A Console To Play Games
Legendary designer, John Romero, has announced via Twitter that he's looking at creating a brand new 'old school' first person shooter. Romero revealed the news when he was fielding questions from fans on Twitter. Maybe we will hear more about this intriguing title, and the platforms it's being developed for, at this year E3 event in June?