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  • Gaming

    Doom Piano hands-on video: We play Doom. On a piano

    By 27 September 2013

    We get to see some cool stuff here at Pocket-lint, and the Doom Piano was no exception. What, you might ask, is a "Doom Piano". It certainly sounds foreboding, but perhaps it's just a depressing bit of music. Well, no, it's not, it's a hacked musical...

  • Gaming 4 out of 5

    Rage review

    By 4 October 2011

    It’s no exaggeration to say that legendary Dallas-based developer id Software was instrumental in the evolution of the modern day videogame. Pioneering the first person shooter genre with such landmark PC titles as Wolfenstein, Doom and Quake back in...

  • Gaming 0 out of 5

    First Look: Rage review

    By 23 August 2011

    Coming from a company often accused of recycling its unmatched heritage, Rage is a surprisingly ambitious game - arguably the most ambitious iD has produced since the glory days of Quake. From its open desert landscapes to its dingy, mutant-filled caverns,...

  • Gaming

    E3 Quick Play: Rage

    By 6 July 2011

    When the creator of the First Person Shooter gets to work building a new First Person Shooter you’ve got to sit up and pay attention and after a number of years in development and even a switch of publishers, it looks like we are finally about ready...

  • Gaming

    APP OF THE DAY - Rage HD (iPad / iPhone / iPod touch)

    By 23 November 2010

    Nothing can be considered a serious games platform until it has an id Software title it can call its own. The developer behind Wolfenstein, Doom and Quake has been phenomenally successful on every platform that it turns its FPS-specialist eye on, often...

  • Gaming 4 out of 5

    Doom 3 - PC review

    By 18 October 2004

    Rather than rush in with a review on the first day, we’ve battled demons, fought monsters and come close to death to bring you this review. We went back to the start, completed the two previous versions of this game and realising how things can change...

  • Gaming 4.5 out of 5

    Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory - PC review

    By 11 November 2003

    Return to Castle Wolfenstein was the classic from Xmas 2001, darker and gorier than EA's bloodless Medal Of Honour Allied Assault, though both were derived from Quake III's Engine code. RTCW's AI was also better. A separate developer was called in to...