Benjamin Quintero's Blog
Serious Games and some Independent stuff whenever I'm feeling inspired. Engineer who does a lot of software systems design for military procedural training simulations, VR, haptic devices, networking, graphics, AI, tools, and all that jazz and more. I drink tea, not coffee. Now you know everything...
Credits are timestamped but code lives for years.
A winded post about why the media's behavior these past weeks have been upsetting, and why it's their responsibility to be the voice of gentle reason above all else.
Can I just buy my games please?
Is there a future in video games or has it peaked?
who is to blame for crunch?
Handling collisions and complex AI awareness for over 1000 dynamic game objects... On a 3D sphere... In C#... On Xbox360... Yeah... I went there.
Benjamin Quintero's Comments
[Blog - 10/27/2014 - 01:48]
I 'm pretty sure this ...
I 'm pretty sure this only helps to solidify the idea that curation only magnifies established games. I wonder if lesser known titles saw such a boost.
[Blog - 10/24/2014 - 01:56]
When you grow old and ...
When you grow old and your kids take your car keys away from you, I wonder how you 'll feel when they tell you, you should be happy we are moving in this direction : r n r nI 'm with Amir get off my lawn lol. Okay seriously I ...
[News - 10/22/2014 - 04:43]
DOOM... DOOM Or business as ...
DOOM... DOOM Or business as usual. If they mess up someone will replace them and everyone will have a few hard months of porting and retooling to the next closed source flavor of the month.
[News - 10/13/2014 - 11:43]
Michael, those headlines only say ...
Michael, those headlines only say that because we are in an online world that feeds on emotion and anxieties and fear or missing out. It needs click bait to survive on ads that no one reads, and most people block. And since they are being blocked, we need even more ...
[Blog - 10/03/2014 - 01:31]
[News - 10/03/2014 - 04:51]
In an ideal world we ...
In an ideal world we would all strive to be better people, but TMZ exists because they give the people what they want. The web is overrun with click bait, it 's how the economy works. I don 't have a solution to stop it but it exists because people ...