1. Player Attack Interview: Jay Wilbur, Epic Games

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    Player Attack regular Jay Wilbur, also known as Vice President of Epic Games. We've chatted with Jay before, about the Unreal Engine and the sort of games on show at E3, so this time we decided to look at something just a little bit different: The state of the Australian video games industry.

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      • GamePron E3 2011 Interview - Jay Wilbur - Epic Games

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        Epic Games Vice President Jay Wilbur can talk. We caught up at E3 to find out what was new and exciting since we saw him last. While we touched briefly on Gears of War 3 (one of the gems of the Microsoft press event), most of our chat actually focussed on the other cool stuff happening around the E3 show floor ? including both of the new consoles revealed over the week. Jay also brought us up to date with what iPhone developer ChAIR Entertainment has been experiencing with Infinity Blade recently (congratulations!), and looked forward to just where the UDK might take mobile gaming in the not-too-distant future.

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        • GamePron Interview: Jay Wilbur (GCAP 2010)

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          Epic Games are long-term supporters of the annual GCAP conference – and this year Jay Wilbur, the company’s Vice President of business development, made it out to the Gold Coast to make sure everybody knows just how awesome their Unreal Engine really is. GamePron caught up with Jay and asked him a few questions to find out what’s happening behind the scenes with Gears of War 3, Bulletstorm and the mysterious Project Sword.

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          • A Visit to id Software

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            In 1993, Dan Linton, owner of a hugely successful BBS called Software Creations, visited Texas and made his way to id Software. This is the footage he recorded one night in November 1993. Shown are several of id's employees at the time: Jay Wilbur, Shawn Green, John Romero, Dave Taylor, Sandy Petersen and Adrian Carmack. Bobby Prince was visiting to finish the music and create the sound effects. This video has 21 minutes of me playing DOOM before the sound effects were put in as well as some early deathmatching with Shawn Green.

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