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Daily Dose Of Boring Q&As

by Rainier on April 25, 2002 @ 12:32 p.m. PDT

The fan site Dark Planet: The Datastorm has posted up a new Q&A with David Wightman of Edgies as he talks about their recently released 3D sci-fi RTS game. PC.IGN has posted up a new interview with BioWare's Greg Zeschuk, Ray Muzyka and Trent Oster as they all talk about their upcoming 3D RPG Neverwinter Nights. GameSpot has posted up a new Q&A with Cryptic Studios' Jack Emmert as he talks about their upcoming massively multiplayer super hero RPG City of Heroes. Korean web site Gamezone21.com has posted up an English Q&A with various members of Remedy Entertainment as they talk about their work on last year's hit game Max Payne and other topics. HomeLAN chats with Alienware's David Estrada as he talks about the popular gaming PC company's first entry in laptops: The Area 51-M, which can contain regular Pentium IV processors all the way up to 2.4 Ghz. Unreal Center (Unreal Fan site) has posted a Q&A with Digital Extreme's Pancho Eekels talking about their upcoming FPS sequel Unreal Tournament 2003.
The fan site Dark Planet: The Datastorm has posted up a new Q&A with David Wightman of Edgies as he talks about their recently released 3D sci-fi RTS game. PC.IGN has posted up a new interview with BioWare's Greg Zeschuk, Ray Muzyka and Trent Oster as they all talk about their upcoming 3D RPG Neverwinter Nights. GameSpot has posted up a new Q&A with Cryptic Studios' Jack Emmert as he talks about their upcoming massively multiplayer super hero RPG City of Heroes. Korean web site Gamezone21.com has posted up an English Q&A with various members of Remedy Entertainment as they talk about their work on last year's hit game Max Payne and other topics. HomeLAN chats with Alienware's David Estrada as he talks about the popular gaming PC company's first entry in laptops: The Area 51-M, which can contain regular Pentium IV processors all the way up to 2.4 Ghz. Unreal Center (Unreal Fan site) has posted a Q&A with Digital Extreme's Pancho Eekels talking about their upcoming FPS sequel Unreal Tournament 2003.
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