Craig Derrick | Creative Director & Executive Producer

Descent Forever?

Posted on September 24, 2008

Interplay has a brand new website up with dedicated pages to some of their previous games, including Descent!  Not really sure where this image above comes from, but I assume it's new.  Too bad they didn't get those Pyro-GX's quite right, but it's still cool to see something fresh from the world of Descent.

The Phoenix

Posted on April 21, 2008

Their website only has the image below, but it seems Interplay is about to rise from the ashes.  Here's hoping they get their act together soon enough to make a totally kick-ass, next-gen uh, current-gen version of Descent!

Descent, Fallout, Earthworm Jim, MDK, and uh - some elf chick

Check it out for yourself at: www.interplay.com

Descent 3 Tournament in Las Vegas

Posted on August 28, 1999

As part of the release for Descent 3 Interplay sponsored a $50,000 multiplayer tournament in Las Vegas.  Mark, Jerry, Chris P., Damien and I were in attendance to see the winner crowned while also jumping in to play a few matches ourselves.  Great time with the guys and what a fun way to promote the game!

Craig standing next to a giant check.

Getting set up for the tournament.

Mark and Jerry getting a round in before the final tournament.

Drinks at the Star Trek Quark bar with the team.

Testing

A Mark Dinse Original

Descent Maximum for PS1

Posted on April 30, 1997

I bet this sounded better in the marketing meeting

Excited to release my first PlayStation game: Descent: Maximum.  Built on top of the recently released Descent II for PC, we've made an all-new experience exclusively for PlayStation with new levels, visual effects, updated controls to take advantage of the PlayStation controller, and more!

Descent Maximum for PlayStation 1

My First Game: Descent II: The Infinite Abyss

Posted on November 15, 1996