With its monumental, raw design and lighting, Budapest's new, fourth metro line undeniably has a lot in common with old-school FPS games. Quake II in this particular case.
The world's best Quake players descended on QuakeCon 2013 this past weekend—guys like evil, Chance, Stermy and DaHaNG. This awesome highlight reel from Youtuber neoQLive showing them all fragging each other with the most precise shots you could imagine.
This year's QuakeCon kicked off yesterday, not just with John Carmack's annual marathon keynote, but with some skillful Quake III duels.
In 2006, before Kinect and maybe even before Wii, gamer Niel de la Rouviere decided to make a motion-controller for Quake III. He says he was bored; I say that Niel de la Rouviere, armed with masking tape, was efficient.