Ever walk into a room and get stuck on a table? No? How about in a video game? If so, Paul Wedgwood has a solution for you.
The lights in the cavernous room are off, but an electric glow fills the 6500sqm room. The darkness dances in an erratic sizzle of colours from thousands of computer monitors, the pulsing pixels illuminating an electronic shanty town of home-built computers, neon, pillows and people.
Splash Damage’s 2010 squad-shooter Brink wowed our Luke Plunkett at E3. Here at QuakeCon, a public demo of the game wowed several hundred more people. The game defies easy classification. It’s ambitious.