id Software Archive

  • Doom Returns Bloodier Than Ever in Spring 2016

    Doom is back and looking more hellish and violent than ever. As announced during the Bethesda Softworks E3 2015 showcase, id software’s seminal first-person shooter is set to return sometime during the springtime of 2016, taking players on a double-barreled ride to Hell on PC, […]

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  • Experience the Lost Missions of Doom 3 BFG Edition

    Experience the Lost Missions of Doom 3 BFG Edition

    Not content to simply update Doom 3 and its Resurrection of Evil expansion in HD (and 3D) and pack in classic versions of Doom and Doom II, id Software has also cooked up a brand new “The Lost Mission” campaign for the forthcoming BFG Edition […]

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  • Doom 3 Returns to Hell This Fall With New Levels and a Big F**king Gun

    Doom 3 Returns to Hell This Fall With New Levels and a Big F**king Gun

    id Software’s terrifying FPS, Doom 3, is on the comeback trail for a remastered-in-HD release on PC, PS3 and Xbox 360 this fall. The new BFG Edition will contain updated versions of the full original game (single and multiplayer) and the Resurrection of Evil expansion, […]

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  • Review: Rage

    Review: Rage

    When you first glance at Rage, you may be led to believe that it is id Software’s attempt at an open-world role-playing shooter, in the mold of such recent hits as Fallout 3 and Borderlands. Rage does show signs of inspiration from these games — […]

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  • Seven Glorious Minutes of Rage Gameplay

    Seven Glorious Minutes of Rage Gameplay

    The latest gameplay video for id Software’s FPS Rage pulls us along on a mission to stop bandits from poisoning the town of Wellspring’s water supply. Me likey. Me likey a lot! P.S. – Are those Quayola Quayons and Pinkies collectibles I see at the […]

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  • BethSoft Has Four ‘AAA’ Blockbusters Ready for 2011

    BethSoft Has Four ‘AAA’ Blockbusters Ready for 2011

    You’ve heard the saying “go big or go home” before, right? Well, it would seem Bethesda Softworks has, because the Maryland-based publisher has scheduled out a four-game 2011 lineup that is the very definition of “going big.” Of course, gamers will want to go home […]

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  • Quake Arena Arcade Frags XBLA Next Week

    Quake Arena Arcade Frags XBLA Next Week

    Fun fraggin’ times are only a few days away for Xbox 360 owners, as Quake Arena Arcade, an updated spin on the old PC FPS hit Quake III: Arena, has finally been confirmed for Xbox Live Arcade release after years of development. Quake Arena Arcade, […]

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  • Next Wolfenstein Looking Kinda Lame

    Next Wolfenstein Looking Kinda Lame

    Activision has dropped a new trailer for Raven Software and id Software’s “next-gen” Wolfenstein game, which should be out by year’s end for PC, PS3 and Xbox 360. While it appears to be a competent FPS, I can’t say the trailer has me all that […]

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  • [E3 2008] Let the RAGE Consume You

    [E3 2008] Let the RAGE Consume You

    id Software says bye-bye to Activision and jumps over to EA to bring its latest FPS project, RAGE, to PC, Mac, PS3 and Xbox 360. RAGE is the first title developed on the new id Tech5 engine and is quite a looker. Well, you know, […]

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  • Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Invades PS3, X360

    Enemy Territory: Quake Wars Invades PS3, X360

    Okay, I must’ve really missed a release date announcement regarding the console versions of Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, as both the PS3 and Xbox 360 versions have launched at retail this week. I knew they were coming this year, but had no earthly idea they […]

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