id Software's John Carmack and Tim Willits are glad to be out of the engine licensing business.
Bethesda showed us their latest and greatest for 2011 and 2012, including The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Rage and Prey 2.
id Software's John Carmack said that convenience always wins out with consumers, and predicts that cloud gaming will be a huge part of the industry in the near future. Oh he loves Mario too.
American McGee and his studio Spicy Horse will focus on free-to-play PC games once ALICE: Madness Returns hits store shelves.
id Software design director Matt Hooper said fans will be happy with what the DOOM 4 team is bringing to the franchise.
Prey 2 apparently takes place in the same timeframe as the original, but tells the story from a different perspective.
Universal Studios is supposedly working on another DOOM movie that will completely ignore the first box office bomb starring The Rock.
Bethesda announced its 2011 lineup including RAGE, Skyrim, Brink and Hunted for Windows, the Xbox 360 and the PlayStation 3.