Farewell Red vs Blue
RoosterTeeth just posted their last 100th episode of Red vs Blue.
For those who haven't seen Red vs. Blue, I would definitely recommend watching the final episode and then watch the entire seasons from start to finish.
I can't believe it's been four years since the first episode of Red vs. Blue.
For those who have never heard of Red vs. Blue, Rooster Teeth created a new type of cinema four years ago called Machinima. Machinima is the process of using a gaming engine and the characters in the game to create movies. Rooster Teeth use Microsoft's Halo engine to create their Internet episodes.
If you are addicted to a particular game and passionate about it, you might even consider making your own. Check the machinima site to find out more about how to build your own.
Wired wrote about their final tour of duty at the Blood Gulch. One thing I found extremely fascinating was how they made their movies.
The videos are recorded directly from three Xbox consoles running a linked game of Halo. Players on two consoles play the red and blue characters, and one player on a third game console records all the action from the first-person viewpoint.
Rooster Teeth, Thank you for a great series!
Jonathan Danylko is a freelance web architect and avid programmer who has been programming for over 20 years. He has developed various systems in numerous industries including e-commerce, biotechnology, real estate, health, insurance, and utility companies.
When asked what he likes doing in his spare time, he answers..."programming."
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