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Prepare to your wits scared about in the launch trailer for Doom 3: BFG Edition.
Celebrating QuakeCon 2012, Doom 3 BFG Edition releases a Lost Missions trailer, showing off some new gameplay footage from the remastered game.
DOOM 3 is jazzed-up and remastered for PC, Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 in the BFG Edition, which includes the expansion, new levels, and DOOM 1 & 2. Changes include *gasp* a shoulder-mounted flashlight!
Snoop Dogg takes you on a personal tour of the Rage wasteland in part two of his very own trailer series.
Snoop Dogg takes you on a personal tour of the Rage wasteland in part one of his very own trailer series.
Jeff Mattas' video review for ID software's post-apocalyptic shooter RAGE.
Pre-order Rage to get a free upgrade to the Anarchy Edition, including the Crimson Elite Armor, Double Barrel Shotgun, Rat Rod Buggy, and the Fists of Rage.
The Resistance has sent you to Jackal Valley in search of a data decrypter from a newly discovered Ark. Do your best to find it before the savage Jackal Clan.
id Software comes out swinging the big guns for a television spot for the upcoming Rage, due to be released on October 4, 2011.
Team up with a partner for the cooperative 'Legends of the Wasteland' gameplay mode, and take on specially designed missions.
Travel to the Gearhead Vault on orders from the mayor of Subwaytown as bandits are attempting to develop the ultimate power supply.
Celebrate the 20th anniversary of id Software with this panel from the 2011 QuakeCon, featuring John Carmack, Kevin Cloud, Tim Willits, Todd Hollenshead, and hosted by Morgan Webb.
No game can be successful without stellar art and sound direction, and Rage is no exception. The sixth developer diary talks about just that - how to combine these elements into one beautiful product.
Community managers from Bethesda Softworks, id Software, Insomniac Games, and Respawn Entertainment cut loose in this panel from QuakeCon 2011.
Developers from Respawn Entertainment, Insomniac Games, id Software, and Arkane Studios discuss key points to the evolution of the first person shooter.