Picture this: you are a game developer, and you are currently working on a shooter. Obviously you are going to design weapons that pack a punch, program the AI so that it can adapt to sundry in-game situations , and design environments that can accommodate multiple combat tactics and strategies that can range from…
And a kick-ass trailer, too. Of course.
The re-imagining of Rise of the Triad is here and unafraid to let you loose with nothing to guide you other than your intuition. Too bad my intuition is rubbish. I get myself lost on the way to the shops. But it's safe to say Rise of the Triad is as gore-filled and over the top as you'd expect from a game based on…
I'm not sure I was ready for this Kim Jong-un Easter egg in the revival of Apogee's classic shooter, Rise of the Triad.
This upcoming remake of Rise of the Triad will get a "Ludicrous Development Kit" stocked with classic assets, letting users make levels that look like they came from 1995. The mod kit will be available after the game's launch on July 31. This video explains what to do with it.
Rise of the Triad, the insanely fast-paced remake of the classic '94 Apogee first-person shooter, will be released on the PC in just a month, on July 31. Pre-ordering also gets you four more classic Apogee titles, including the original Rise of the Triad with its expansion pack, and the two Blake Stone games. Not bad.
The people working on the Rise of the Triad reboot take the game's 90s roots very seriously. They've already re-created the cover art, characters, and feel of Apogee's cult classic, and they're putting the same care into the soundtrack. This video diary details how they're re-recording the classic tracks from the…
Here's almost eighteen minutes' worth of awesome-looking, insanely fast multiplayer footage from Interceptor Entertainment's remake of Apogee's 1995 shooter, Rise of the Triad. The game's coming out this summer.
When I see it in action, the insane pacing of Rise of the Triad looks seizure-inducing. I don't mean that in a bad way; it's frenetic, fast and furious, and its old school action will no doubt endear it to many.
Despite my aversion to shooters—god, there's too many of them—Overstrike, with its playful, comical tone and its cartoon aesthetic caught my eye. The approach felt like something fresh. But we don't have Overstrike anymore, no, instead we have Fuse. Compare the two trailers for the games and you see see a world of a…
Interceptor Entertainment's Rise of the Triad reboot will and does evoke an immense sense of nostalgia when you start playing it. From the moment you see the old Apogee logo come onto the screen, it's almost as if you're wearing slap bracelets and playing with Pogs all over again.
Perhaps the strangest news of the day, if not much longer, is that cult 90's shooter Rise of the Triad is getting a remake.
Apogee Software's mid-'90s cult-classic first-person shooter Rise of the Triad is coming back, with the help of the Danish studio that remade Duke Nukem 3D. The new Rise of the Triad will be developed by Interceptor Entertainment and Apogee and will be out as PC download through Steam later this year.