Featured Interview: Chris Taylor Gets Some!
The creator of the smash hit Total Anhiliation talks to the man behind Duke Nukem about the gaming industry, strategy games, and his new company, Gas Powered Games.
From the Mouth of Madness: Hey, it's our first issue! Check out what our screwball editor has to say (warning, lots of ass-kissing).
Pixel Obscura: Josh Vasquez kicks off his column with a look at the Quake 2 intro movie.
The MailBag: Our first mailbag installment shows that our readers were weird as all hell right from the start.
Thinking Outside the Box : Paul Steed, id Software's modeller-extreme, rants a bit about .plan files. As a special bonus, this installment contains the secret origin of the column's title...woo!
Code on the Cob: It all started here...Chris Hargrove (3D Realms programmer) introduces himself, and jumps right into some general tips for programming. This may be the only installment some readers may understand. :)
Nothing New Under the Sun: Rich Wyckoff, Dreamworks designer talks about the lack of originality in current games. Careful readers will note that this was the precursor to his regular column, Beaker's Bent.
Is Romero Bleeding?: Stephanie "Bobbi" Bergman reacts to the weird rumors about John Romero's death.
Steve "sCary" Gibson : The webmaster of sCary's Shuga Shack submits himself to our first profile.
Off the Shelf:
The Bargain Bin : Jason "loonyboi" Bergman talks about Sam & Max Hit the Road, one of the great adventure titles from LucasArts.
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