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9:20 AM on 01.27.2011

Skyrim, Brink, RAGE, Hunted get release dates

Bethesda has announced release dates for its entire 2011 lineup, and it looks like there is a lot for us to look forward to. Hunted: The Demon's Forge, Brink, RAGE and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim have all been granted 2011 re...

Jim Sterling

12:00 PM on 01.26.2011

Here, choke down some RAGE screens!

Bethesda has decided that today is the day for some RAGE screens. If you've not heard of this game, it'll be id Software's first offering on the PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360, though it'll naturally hit the PC too. It's a first-...

Jim Sterling

7:30 PM on 12.15.2010

RAGE and RAGE HD getting beefy updates soon!

John Carmack has spilled the beans on an update to what was previously the most visually impressive iOS game, RAGE. Quite a few new treats are being tossed in, too.   First of all, Game Center support is coming, bringing...

Jim Sterling

1:00 PM on 12.10.2010

Quake Arena hits Xbox Live Arcade next week

Quake Arena Arcade is finally coming to Xbox Live Arcade on December 15, id Softare and publisher Bethesda announced today. The game will feature support for up to 16 players, including six game types, among them Deathmatch, ...

Nick Chester

7:00 PM on 11.19.2010

Carmack interested in doing a Kinect-centric XBLA game

When you're thinking of potential developers you want tinkering with your latest tech, id's John Carmack has got to be near the top of that list. Speaking with Joystiq, the famed programmer and technical director said he has ...

Jordan Devore



Review: RAGE  photo
Review: RAGE
by Jim Sterling

id's upcoming post-apocalyptic shooter RAGE is still almost a year away, but why should we wait that long before getting to blast some of the ugliest mutants this side of Total Recall? In order to keep the hype going for the full game, id has released RAGE on the iPhone as an on-rails shooter. Now that's good advertising!

 

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8:00 PM on 11.18.2010

iDevice Rage now available, see it in action here

As promised, id Software has released the iDevice version of Rage -- called Rage: Mutant Bash -- on the App Store today. You can pick up a standard SD version for 99 cents, or throw down an extra dollar to get the fancy HD v...

Nick Chester

12:40 PM on 11.17.2010

RAGE: Mutant Bash TV coming to App Store tomorrow

RAGE: Mutant Bash TV has captured a lot of attention for its impressive graphical output, and we'll get to see just how good it looks tomorrow. id's John Carmack confirmed that the on-rails RAGE spin-off has been approved by ...

Jim Sterling

7:50 PM on 08.18.2010

GC 10: Impressions of id Software's Rage

A kind word of advice to you, gentle reader: if a doomsday scenario threatens all of human civilization, and they pick your name out of a hat to enter a secluded place of safety, politely decline the offer. Otherwise, when th...

Ian Roberts



id Software's Rage out September 2011 photo
id Software's Rage out September 2011
by Nick Chester

During its Rage presentation today at QuakeCon, id Software’s creative director Tim Willits confirmed the release date for its hotly-anticipated first-person shooter.

“When it’s done,” he said.

Okay, just kidding. He didn’t say that. It’s out September 13, 2011 in the United States and September 15, 2011 in Europe. We have a few new screenshots of Rage, along with the rest of the QuakeCon game line-up, here.

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2:20 PM on 08.13.2010

New images for Rage, Fallout: New Vegas, and more

Folks at QuakeCon this week have their hands full with awesome new games and nerve-wracking tournaments. Bethesda Softworks has brought out its entire line-up, too -- Rage, Fallout: New Vegas, Brink, and Hunted: The Demon&rsq...

Nick Chester

9:40 AM on 08.13.2010

id Mobile now games on sale for your iStuffs

In honor of QuakeCon 2011, id Software is dropping the prices of all of its mobile games for Apple’s iThings. That’s good news, considering saving money is rad, as are most (if not all) of the id Mobile titles ava...

Nick Chester

11:00 PM on 08.12.2010

Arx Fatalis dev acquired by Zenimax Media

ZeniMax Media, the parent company of publisher Bethesda Software, has announced that it has acquired Arx Fatalis developer Arkane Studios. “We share so many creative values,” says Arkane creative director Raphael ...

Nick Chester

3:10 PM on 08.12.2010

id's Rage headed to iPhone at 60 frames per second

During today’s QuakeCon keynote, id’s John Carmack officially revealed a new version of its upcoming shooter Rage… one for the iPhone. The game was demoed on an iPhone 4 unit, running at 60 frames per secon...

Nick Chester

9:20 AM on 08.12.2010

id Software not planning new IP for about ten years

If you're looking forward to something other than Quake, Doom or Rage from id Software, then you'll be waiting for about a decade according to John Carmack. It seems that the studio is content to stick with its stock of monos...

Jim Sterling

8:20 AM on 08.12.2010

id promising something 'neat,' 'unannounced' at QuakeCon

QuakeCon 2010 kicks off in only a few hours, with doors opening to crowds of folks at the Hilton Anatole in Dallas, Texas. What would a major event be without a major announcement? According to id founder and technical genius...

Nick Chester