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By Alice O'Connor   //   October 30, 2013 7:30 AM

Rise of the Triad patches in editor and quicksaves

Ah, The Good Old Days, when FPSs were fast and maps were made shoddily by our friends. Retro remake Rise of the Triad is now prodding your PC gaming nostalgia gland harder, with a new patch yesterday adding an editor to make maps and mods, as well as much-requested quicksaving.
By Alice O'Connor   //   July 31, 2013 12:45 PM

Rise of the Triad launch trailer gibs everything

Nostalgianauts, today you get to play in blood and guts galore. Throwback FPS Rise of the Triad launched on PC today, bringing back the classic shooter series with all its dual-wielded pistols, rocket launchers, supernatural baseball bats, dog maulings, nets, magic powers, gibs, gibs, and gibs, as the launch trailer demonstrates.
By Steve Watts   //   May 29, 2013 3:45 PM

Rise of the Triad specs detailed, coming this summer

Interceptor and Apogee Software announced today that Rise of the Triad will be coming this summer. The PC specs have also been detailed, so you can plan accordingly.
By Alice O'Connor   //   April 16, 2013 6:00 AM

Rise of the Triad trailer: 17 minutes of multiplayer

Zippy movement, nasty gibs, health packs, and ridiculous weaponry, that's the sort of jazz you'd hope for in a reboot of a vintage FPS, right? Well by golly, the new Rise of the Triad has all that yore-y stuff and more. A new trailer from developer Interceptor Entertainment shows 17 minutes of straight multiplayer action, unedited aside from odd little annotations. Many men are exploded into small pieces.
By John Keefer   //   August 6, 2012 3:30 PM

Rise of the Triad preview

If you enjoyed the original Rise of the Triad from Apogee back in 1995, then don't expect too much more from the upcoming reboot from Interceptor, except a few game tweaks and an Unreal Engine 3 upgrade. OK, that may be enough to try it again.
By Steve Watts   //   June 16, 2011 10:30 AM

Apogee launches new online store, offers 'Legacy' pack

Apogee Software has launched a new online store, and is offering a "Legacy Pack" with two Duke Nukem titles, Rise of the Triad: Dark War, and two Blake Stone titles, all for $19.99.
By Nick Breckon and Chris Faylor   //   May 7, 2009 10:40 AM

Duke Nukem Developer 3D Realms Shuts Down

Update 5: More images and some DNF gameplay footage have surfaced. Update 4: Images from 3DR's Duke Nukem Forever have started to leak....