As promised, id Software has released the source code to Doom 3 although it's been slightly altered to avoid a possible patent dispute with Creative Labs.
An unnamed source said that Zenimax and Bethesda put DOOM 4 on hold, but Bethesda's Pete Hines is denying the report.
id Software released a patch for Rage Saturday night, right after John Carmack called the driver issues a real cluster !@#$.
Bethesda is blaming RAGE's technical issues on drivers, but as seen in a forum post, it may be that many PCs just aren't built to handle id Tech 5's texture streaming.
PC gamers are reporting technical issues with RAGE including intense screen-tearing, poor texture loading and more... not a good first impression with a new IP and engine.
RAGE will require 25 GB of HDD space on a PC, and 8 GB of HDD space on the PlayStation 3. The Xbox 360 version will arrive in three discs.
id Software is able to launch RAGE amidst a sea of mega-hit titles because of its highly-successful DOOM, Quake and Wolfenstein titles.
A German commission that evaluates potentially harmful media to youths (BPjM) decided that the historical value of the FPS Doom is greater that its potential negative effects that may promote violence in teenagers.
In this video, id Software's classic Quake III Arena is shown maxed out at 1080p resolution via the card-sized Raspberry Pi mini-computer.
Why take a silly patent infringement dispute to court when you can settle the matter in a virtual arena of death?
QuakeCon 2011 is in full swing, and while the annual Keynote address was chock full of RAGE-related news, Doom 4 was nowhere to be seen.
If you remember the days of qtest and the original Quake "shareware" demo, then you're getting old too.
That's right. The first issue in a 3-part RAGE comic book series hits stores today, offering insights to the upcoming game's storyline.