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BlogOn August 4th thru the 7th, QuakeCon 2011 kicked off with its usual flare. While there wasn't as many booths as there were in previous years, there was still a lot to see and do. Bethesda once took over hosting duties and things quickly got under way. I was there for the event and the following is what I saw and experience.
Greetings fellow videogam.in-ers, well another QuakeCon has come and gone and it was awesome. I'm just posting this Sblog to let you guys know that it may be a little bit before I am able to give you all the information and coverage of the event. I am currently in the process of moving into a new place and most of my stuff is still in boxes, but rest assured, as soon as I find the USB cord for my camera, I will upload all my pictures for you guys and cover the event proper. It could be a few days or it could be a month from now, but it will be here. Thank you.
Its that time of the year again. During August 4th-7th in Dallas, TX, at the Hilton Anatole hotel, Bethesda will be hosting QuakeCon 2011. This year's lineup so far seems to be a playable version of the game Rage (which was shown only as a video last year) as well as public demonstrations of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Prey 2. Guest speakers include John Carmack among others. And of course the annual BYOC solo or team tournaments of Quake 3 and other games. Free to enter and all-ages welcome. So if Texas doesn't seem like an unusually long drive and this interests you, stop by around the end of the first week in August.