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John Carmack Keynote

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10 Responses to “John Carmack Keynote”

  1. kimmg says:

    yea bbay

  2. Thomas says:

    You might want to.. you know, actually make the video show up.

  3. Should be fixed. Let us know if you have further issues.

  4. Koarl says:

    Still says “408 – Request Timeout” for me. The Quakecon 2009 Press Conference does as well, by the way.

  5. Charlie H says:

    There wasn’t enough nerdy stuff in the keynote this year :(

  6. sno0zer says:

    Can’t watch, unfortunately. Would very much like to.

  7. Jim Panse says:

    Wow that’s a great news. Wanna see more.

  8. Fixed… again. If you run into problems again, it’s the same footage available on QuakeUnity.Com. We’re sharing media as we partnered for QuakeCon coverage.

  9. [...] and the technical director of id Software, demoed the upcoming game Rage on an iPhone 4 during his keynote speech at the QuakeCon 2010 conference this week. Carmack said that he had created the demo, which ran at an impressive 60 frames per [...]

  10. [...] and the technical director of id Software, demoed the upcoming game Rage on an iPhone 4 during his keynote speech at the QuakeCon 2010 conference this week. Carmack said that he had created the demo, which ran at an impressive 60 frames per [...]

  11. J.C.Denton says:

    Alright, but where’s the link to quakecon 2010 keynote speech video?

  12. [...] Some people might be thinking “Oh no! id sold out!”, but let me assure you, id Software (and John Carmack) are not stupid (somewhere in the 2009 keynote he talks about Zenimax). Being acquired by a publisher is not [...]

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