id Software has revealed a tonne of new info about it's next game, Rage.
id Software's Todd Hollenshead has confirmed that Rage will not be released this year, for definite.
Activision has confirmed that it will have a new Wolfenstein game on shelves, possibly as early as this Summer.
id Software has revealed that the upcoming multi-platform shooter, Rage, might be a bit too complex for users to modify.
id's Tim Willits has commented that the storage capacity of the Xbox 360 is holding back id's Rage.
id software has confirmed that the new Wolfenstein game will feature Nazis, but no Hitler.
Some new details have slipped out on the new Castle Wolfenstein game, including plot and gameplay snippets.
Microsoft has revealed plans to clean up XBLA by removing any under-performing games and creating a new studio.
John Carmack has spoken about a number of topics surrounding games development, and given some insight on the future.
Rumours that GoldenEye would be available on Xbox Live Arcade have been fully debunked now.
The massively hyped of return of Sensible World of Soccer proved to be very short lived on XBLA thanks to reports of bugs flawing the game.
That's not a metaphor - John Carmack really has just blown up another rocket in an attempt to reach the moon. Shouldn't he be busy with Rage?
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.
Reports are surfacing that the new Falcon chipsets for the Xbox 360 are now being shipped but that only the CPU is changed to 65nm.
Winner of the Dream-Build-Play competition, The Dishwasher: Dead Samurai is going to be heading to Xbox Live soon. Check out the trailer within.
Steam has been updated with a new community beta function, allowing players to join groups and schedule events. Details of the official bit-tech.net group lay within!
Gaming moguls at id Software fall head over heels for Microsoft's new Games For Windows label, claiming it will help reduce piracy.
As part of a new series, Joe Martin has a chat with Rob Yescombe, screenwriter for Haze, and Martin Lancaster, writer for Crysis, about the process of writing first-person shooters and some of the problems involved.
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.
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...
The recent release of Quake 4 sees a return to the old days of arcade-style shooters, after a recent glut of war and tactical games. We examine the gameplay characteristics of both, and fathom some trends in multiplayer shooting.
id Software has brought the classic FPS to mobile phones, and has turned it into an action RPG in the process. Is this the first mobile phone game that real gamers will want to play? Hell yeah.