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An evening with id Software at the Sydney Opera House

2011-08-18 08:00:00  ยท  David Rayfield

Unexpectedly, it seems the Sydney Opera House has become the place to be in Australia when it comes to videogames. RAGE creative director Tom Willits will be speaking at the venue on September 14 about the history of legendary developer id Software. Considering their legacy, this is a rare opportunity to get an insight into the inner workings of one of the most influential developers in the world.

I'm not entirely sure what's going on recently with the connection between videogames and the Opera House but if these kind of events continue to happen, it can only lead to good things in the Australian videogame industry. Apparently media will be giving away tickets to the event so grab them while you can. Because the night itself, much like RAGE, looks pretty amazing.

RAGE creative director to speak at Sydney Opera House [MCV]

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