RAGE 2 Gameplay Trailer Released

If you enjoyed id Software’s RAGE, then you might have heard the good news that about 7 years after the first game, Bethesda has officially announced RAGE 2. The publisher shared a short trailer of the game the other day, but if you’re curious as to what the game could look like during actual gameplay, Bethesda is more than happy to oblige.

Bethesda Announces RAGE 2

id Software is a game developer that many an FPS gamer is familiar with. After all the company did help popularize the FPS genre through titles such as Wolfenstein, Doom, and Quake. Back in 2011, the company launched a new FPS franchise in the form of RAGE and for those wondering about a sequel, wonder no more.

Rage Franchise Is Not Dead, According To Creative Director

For gamers who enjoy first-person shooters like Wolfenstein, Doom, Quake, and Rage, you might be pleased to learn that while the first three titles from id Software have gotten their respective sequels, Rage has not been forgotten and that the franchise could have a future. The title was released back in 2011 and has made its way across a variety of gaming platforms, including mobile, but unfortunately apart from that […]

RAGE released today

RAGE is finally here. After years of work on the game, id Software’s latest game (that isn’t a rehash of an old franchise) is now available for purchase digitally and in stores. Available for the PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3, RAGE is the first game to use id Software’s new OpenGL based id Tech 5 engine. Set in a post-apocalyptic world, RAGE tells the story of a survivor a […]


RAGE – Jackal Canyon gameplay video footage looks fantastic

Five more days until RAGE is officially released, and Bethesda and id Software have decided to release the final RAGE gameplay video footage and the game is looking very, very good. Visuals are top notch, and gameplay is straightforward enough. But AI does look more advanced than id’s previous games, with enemies ducking, making calculated moves, attacking from far when possible instead of just charging towards you all the time.

Rage installation options for Xbox 360, PS3 revealed

You can say that id Software does not churn out shovelware – no sir, each project is a labor of love, and their projects take plenty of time to be released into the market simply because of the amount of meticulous work that is put inside. Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, Quake, you name it – all of them are classics in their own right. Well, Rage, the upcoming FPS from id […]

RAGE PC system requirements revealed

If you’re planning to play id Software/Bethesda’s upcoming first person shooter on your computer, you’ve got about a month to get your PC in shape – and by in shape I mean upgraded to make sure you can handle the game. Bethesda has recently announced on its blog the minimum system requirements, along with the recommended system requirements as well, to run RAGE; and it’s no walk in the park. […]

RAGE iOS now available for free

Remember id Software’s promise to make RAGE for iOS free if it managed to get 100,000 likes on its Facebook page? Well, the target has been met (at the time of writing it has hit over 101,000 likes), and id Software has kept its promise. RAGE for iOS is now available as a free download on the Apple App Store. This move will definitely push the app to the top […]

Rage HD optimized for the iPad 2

Remember id Software’s hit iOS game – Rage? Well it looks like John Carmack and his boys aren’t quite done with it yet, and have offered a new update to the game so that it is now more iPad 2-friendly. The latest update to Rage HD includes some new features that make the game more worthwhile for iPad 2 users. Rage HD, now at version 1.21, features 1080p HDMI TV […]

Rage heads towards iPhone at 60fps, debuting at QuakeCon

id Software’s John Carmack is a programming genius, and to see him take the iPhone’s gaming credibility to the next level is sheer joy. The graphical maestro as come up with an iPhone version of Rage, complete with MegaTextures and a 60 frames-per-second framerate. Of course, a demonstration of it was done on the latest iPhone 4, but according to John, it could also run on the iPhone 3GS, saving […]