17 years, the time that Germany restricted the sales of Doom – the world’s first popular shooting game. But it now has come to an end.
Bethesda Softworks Spokesman which also owns ID software, the makers of the game DOOM, welcomed the big news but was not able to say when the game will become widely available in Germany market.
What was the reason behind why the Federal Department for Media Harmful to Young Persons blacklisted this game? In 1994, government said that the game was likely to harm and was a bad influence . . . → Read More: Germany OK’s with Game Doom after 17 Years
One of the designers of the innovative Portal, Kim Swift, is at Penny Arcade Expo to illustrate that she is not out of intelligent game ideas.
Swift and her group at Airtight Games will host a PAX panel and provide followers the first sign at Quantum Conundrum, a first-person, physics-based puzzle game arriving next year for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC. Followers of Portal will discover the downloadable game to be comfortingly recognizable, from the idiosyncratic humorousness to the intelligent puzzle design.
Wired.com saw a lenient demonstration of Quantum Conundrum to be published . . . → Read More: Quantum Conundrum, Created by Portal Designer