AMD launches standalone Wraith Max RGB cooler
Separates game audio from your mic.
Do AMD's Ryzen 3 budget busters trounce Intel, or should you opt for a Ryzen 5 instead?
Quake Champions is great, but it desperately tries to hide it.
Rick goes hands-on with the community-developed sequel to the multiplayer classic.
Bethesda has set id Software's Wolfenstein 3D free in celebration of twenty years of Nazi killing.
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.
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.
Joe wipes the cynicism from his eyes and takes an appreciative look at how far games have come in the last twenty years from a gameplay and storytelling point of view. With publishers always shouting about next-gen graphics, it's easy to forget what games are capable of.
John Carmack has revealed that he's planning on bringing all of id Software's back catalogue to the iPhone, as well as new games.
id Software founder and Daikatana developer John Romero has said he is disgusted and shocked by the sale of id Software to Zenimax media.
Zenimax Media, the parent company of Bethesda, has bought out id Software and brought the Doom and Fallout franchises under one roof.
id Software has announced that the open beta for Quake Live will start tomorrow for anyone who wants to try Quake 3 in a browser.
id Software has revealed that the upcoming multi-platform shooter, Rage, might be a bit too complex for users to modify.
Piracy, says id Software's Todd Hollenshead, is a secret boon to hardware manufacturers who can benefit from extra sales.
According to a recent interview though there were plans to make a Quake MMO game, John Carmack quickly had them cancelled.
id Software, the developer behind Doom and Quake, is set to make a game exclusively for the iPhone.
The creators of Doom, Quake, Wolfenstein and Dangerous Dave have just signed a new publishing deal with Electronic Arts.
id's Todd Hollenshead has defended Doom 3 from critics, saying that the game was the most successful title ever made by the legendary developer.
id Software has renamed and detailed the ad-supported version of the original Quake, now known as Quake Live.
AMD has launched its first high-end graphics card since the Radeon X1950 XTX. We put the Radeon HD 3870 X2 through its paces in six of today's hottest games to find out if AMD is once again competitive at the high end.
Last year was one of the best years in gaming that we can remember - but what is it exactly that makes a great game? We put our minds to the task and come up with ten rules and examples that divide the classic games from the crap ones.
UPDATED: No, we're not joking. Yes, they have promised. The teaser trailer for one of the most delayed games ever is now online!
The Novint Falcon is one of the most impressive and compelling devices we've ever tested - a multi-axis, motion sensitive, force feedback controller for games like Half-Life 2 that allows gamers feel textures, weight and forces in the game world. We take the newest model out for a spin.
John Carmack has publicly said that he thinks the DS could be a great starting place for young programmers if Nintendo would sanction homebrew.
Are you scared of trying out homebrew games and applications for your DS? Worried that you'll break it or get arrested for piracy? Fear no more - we explore the world of DS homebrew and look at some of the best games, apps and hardware to get the job done.
As expected, the PC demo for Splash Damage's upcoming team-based multiplayer game, Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, was released last night.
It's the gold rush, baby! Right at the front of the queue in fact is Splash Damage's Enemy Territory: Quake Wars and Mass Effect for the 360.
Last weekend we popped over to i31 to have a look at see what's going on. Here's a run down of what we found: case mods, ghetto aircon, manufacturers, food and drink to keep you going and Cooler Master using Tim's vertical hacking skillz to great effect.
Carmack and co. have had a very busy week at QuakeCon '07, unveiling a new title and two Quake remakes. Check out the trailer for Rage within.
Gaming moguls at id Software fall head over heels for Microsoft's new Games For Windows label, claiming it will help reduce piracy.
id Software is hinting that it may be ready to reveal its new game at the upcoming QuakeCon in Dallas. Speculation is rife about what it may be.
The gloriously gorgeous and highly anticipated Enemy Territory: Quake Wars will have a bit of a surprise - in-game advertising.
We sit down with Todd Hollenshead and Paul Wedgwood from id Software and Splash Damage and get hands on with Enemy Territory: Quake Wars, whilst talking about Mega-textures and a Quake movie...
COMPUTEX 2007: We have a bash at some retro gaming while going ultra portable, yet, still retaining a use of a full keyboard and decent sized screen.
New games come and new games go, but sometimes a game just hangs around and evolves. We take a look at some of the most moddable games in recent memory.
A homebrew version of Hexen II pops on the PSP, bringing classic Raven gaming to Sony's handheld. Meanwhile, Sony make an interesting admission.
American Mcgee reveals a handful of tidbits about his self-titled, episodic endeavour; American Mcgee's Grimm