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QuakeCon 2011: First Person Perspectives & Un-Moderated! videos

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Author: GD Staff  

QuakeCon 2011 discussion panel videos (PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Today, Bethesda Softworks released lengthy panel discussion videos directly from QuakeCon 2011.

The first video, titled First Person Perspectives, joins Julien Roby (Arkane Studios), Mackey McCandlish (Respawn Entertainment), Drew Murray (Insomniac Games), and Tim Willits (id Software) together to talk about the evolution of the FPS genre and the industry surrounding it.

The second video, called Community Managers: Un-Moderated!, brings together Abbie Heppe (Respawn Entertainment), Matt Grandstaff (Bethesda), Ryan Schneider (Insomniac Games), Nick Bredon (Bethesda), and Adam Pyle (id Software) to discuss the ins and outs of community management.

Both videos are about an hour in length, so go take a wiz and pop some corn before you start. Enjoy!

 

Posted on: 08/10/2011 | ? Comments
Tags: QuakeCon, QuakeCon 2011, discussion, panel, videos, PC, PS3, Xbox 360, FPS, first person, shooter, Video Game News
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