I like to think of Paul Pepera's art as the realisation of childhood dreams. Rendering what we imagined our LEGO constructions to be in our heads, not as they actually looked, all clunky and basic and sharp.
We're looking today at the portfolio of Jon Troy Nickel, an Australian artist who has worked on titles like Section 8, the cancelled Wet 2 and the Rift games.
Online shooter Section 8: Prejudice had a very low-key release a few weeks ago, which may be down to the fact the original game wasn't exactly a big hit. Still, the release of the sequel gives us a chance to ogle more guns from the future!
Section 8: Prejudice, the $15 shooter available on Xbox Live and, as of today, PC, will deploy a new online game mode - once the number of in-game kills surpasses 10 million.
Timegate's Section 8, one of last year's more interesting efforts in the multiplayer shooter space, is available on PC and Xbox 360. For some reason, it's also coming out on PlayStation 3.
The fact the iPhone is a veritable wild west for developers can often be a good thing. Then again, when shadier outfits start releasing shadier apps, it can also be a bad thing.
TimeGate Studios once again successfully defends the name of their game, reaching an agreement with Paramount in the lawsuit over the name Section 8.
TimeGate Studios' Section 8 isn't as crazy as it sounds. In fact, the Southpeak-published PC and Xbox 360 first-person shooter is pretty level-headed, as the game's developers are looking to correct long-standing game convention quirks.