Cooler Master begins PUBG mod contest
Battlemods voting open now.
The boss rush game comes to Nintendo's Switch. Is it any good?
Hardware translation just that efficient.
Promises tweaks aplenty for Windows gamers.
Drops the price to £11.99, too.
Uses victory over Oculus VR as a platform.
No trade secret theft, though.
Has learned from Dishonored 2.
Expert claims factual inaccuracies.
Doom is back! But did it make Rick quake in his boots, or set him in a rage?
No love for Core i3 users.
Will remove FPS cap, too.
Rick looks back at id-software's most controversial game.
Softdisk-era titles released under the GPL.
Another id Software star makes the leap.
No access for previous-gen consoles.
Id started work on Doom 4 afresh in 2011 despite having poured three years into the project already.
Not exactly consumer-friendly, though.
Open-source release for latest engine version.
John Carmack reckons the next-gen will last a long time.
Bethesda has set id Software's Wolfenstein 3D free in celebration of twenty years of Nazi killing.
We take a look at the id Tech 5 engine and graphics tweaks in the PC version of Rage.
A new patch for the PC version of Rage restores the ability to tweak performance.
Are megatextures all that? We look at id Software's latest shooter and racer, Rage.
id Software has confirmed the system requirements for Rage.
We give into road rage and drive angry in this ranting preview of id's Rage.
John Carmack has confirmed that id Software will continue the tradition of releasing old source code.
John Carmack states that mobile gaming is the future.
Developer John Carmack outlines the direction that would like to take the Quake series.
id Software is sceptical about the Wii U's ability to cater for the hardcore market.
id's Tim Willits says that longer console lifespans lets developers perfect game design.
id Software has confirmed that upcoming FPS, Rage, will include a level editor.
Co-founder of id Software reveals that 'inertia' is the main reason why id has stuck by OpenGL.
Bethesda Softworks has said that id Software's upcoming Rage is unlikely to get a playable demo.
John Romero, who worked on Doom and Quake, is now a consultant on a Facebook game.
Zenimax Media has acquired Arkane Studios.