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Posts tagged “Red Bedlam”

Timequake: Bedlam’s History Of Games

Bedlam is a first-person shooter about first-person shooters, based on the novel of the same name by Christopher Brookmyre. Alec has not only played the game, which is available in Early Access, he's read the book as well. I'm awaiting confirmation as to whether he's worn the t-shirt. A fleeting inspection of Alec's analysis and the freshly baked trailer below swiftly disproves my earlier statement…

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Feature: From Quake II to Call of Duty and beyond

Hands-On With Bedlam, The FPS About FPSes

I'm rocket-jumping over Helm's Deep. I'm pinning Nazis to 1940s French churches with catapult bolts. I'm shooting Strogg-homages in metal corridors with a chunky, low-res shotgun, and frankly that much Quake IIiness is enjoyable enough in and of itself that it doesn't need any era-mixing funny business anyway. I'm finding glitches that transport me - and whichever weapons I've accrued - across and through a…

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Pen-t Up Anticipation: The Missing Ink Goes Live-Ish

I feel a little twinge of guilt. Alright, a big twinge of guilt. I popped in to visit fellow Brighton residents Red Bedlam, developers of promising free indie MMO/building game The Missing Ink, just before Christmas. Then Christmas happened. Then a thousand other things happened once I went back to work. So my write-up of it yet remains on the Angry Post-It Note Of Things…

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