Bethesda and ACMI to hold exclusive Q&A event with Marty Stratton in Melbourne! Bethesda and ACMI, the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, are pleased to announce a very special DOOM Q&A event featuring Marty Stratton, Executive Producer at id Software, on the 28th May. ACMI are offering audiences the chance to explore the game’s development and the challenges around maintaining the legacy of DOOM, in addition to Marty’s career highlights and tips for breaking into the industry. There will also be a discussion around AAA development in the modern age. You can find more information about the event and … Continue reading Bethesda and ACMI to hold exclusive Q&A event with Marty Stratton in Melb
To celebrate today’s launch of DOOM, Bethesda has partnered with champion Australian chainsaw carver, Rob Bast, to bring the iconic Revenant to life in an 8ft sculpture – to be exhibited from today at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI), the world’s most visited moving image or film cultural centre located in Federation Square, Melbourne. The chainsaw is a key part of the DOOM Marine’s arsenal and using his own saws, Rob has painstakingly recreated one of DOOM’s most fearsome foes in the form of an incredibly detailed sculpture made entirely from recycled sustainable cypress wood. The amazing … Continue reading DOOM Chainsaw Sculpture to be Exhibited at ACMI | DOOM Available Now
To celebrate the DOOM Open Beta kicking off later today (2pm AEST), we’ve released a video and accompanying info on DOOM multiplayer customisation and player progression via Bethesda.net This feature outlines the following info and fun facts: · In DOOM, progression is achieved regardless of being on the winning team, half your experience comes from just showing up and making an effort. · Once you reach level 50 you reach your first ‘Echelon’. With 10 Echelon ranks and 50 levels per Echelon… that’s a lot of levels and customisation along the way. · Over 300 pieces of armour fall into … Continue reading DOOM Open Beta starts today!
You know the Briggs story, indigenous kid from regional Australia (Victoria). if not, let me refresh your memory, from the moment Briggs dropped his self-released debut EP, the brilliant and ground breaking Homemade Bombs (2009), it was obvious to everyone that this marked the arrival of a powerful and unique voice on the scene. His indigenous roots and his rural upbringing in the small country town of Shepparton (Victoria) gave him a perspective like no one else. Powered by a rapid-fire, melodic, direct approach, Briggs was as funny as he was deep. It was this rare combination of characteristics that lead … Continue reading Briggs Sheplife