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5 months ago

Feature: The worthiest reticules of all time

The 50 best FPS on PC

The best shooters endure. While the state of the art moves on in other genres and leaves old designs in the dust, it's as fun to fire a well-made shotgun from an early 90s FPS as from one released today. For that reason, this list runs the gamut from genre classics to those released in the last year. There's bound to be something for you…

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3 years ago

Feature: Taking heads and forgetting names

Have You Played… Rage?

Have You Played? is an endless stream of game recommendations. One a day, every day of the year, perhaps for all time. I do wonder what Rage could have been without the ultimately empty open-world bits you drive around. Oh, I know automotive combat was a cornerstone of id Software's vision but it ended up a distraction on the side, creating expectations of an open…

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Feature: The Worthiest Reticules Of All Time

The 50 Best FPS Ever Made

Gathering together the best shooters is no easy task, but if you're looking for a new PC FPS to play, look no further. Your favourite game is at number 51.

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5 years ago

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Total Recall: A Chat With Stephan Martiniere

This is the latest in the series of articles about the art technology of games, in collaboration with the particularly handsome Dead End Thrills. With the galaxy's biggest sci-fi movies using ever more effects houses and artists, it can be hard to pinpoint today's Ralph McQuarries and Ron Cobbs. They're out there, though, often known more by work than name. At the top of the…

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6 years ago

Dying Of The Light: Doom 4 & Rage 2’s Alleged Woes

The now Zenimax/Bethesda-owned id have been eerily quiet since Rage met a mixed reception and underwhelming sales. I quite liked it, non-ending aside - it might have nothing on BioShock Infinite's visual majesty, but the people-filled non-combat hubs between its more tunnelish combat were more convincingly alive than Columbia's Auton population. In any case, Rage wasn't the combeback Carmack and co needed, leaving us hoping…

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On Other Id Things: Bethesda Have Plans For Rage

While we're talking Id, there's something else that came out of E3 that you might find interesting. Bethesda frontman Pete Hines told Eurogamer that despite the lukewarm reception for Rage, they have big plans for it: "We're looking at doing some things with Rage. But obviously the first thing out of anybody's lips now when we talk about id is not, hey, what else is…

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7 years ago

Feature: A Good Year For Open Worlds

Is 2011 The Year Of Game World Exploration?

This year has been unusually rich in the kind of game that I most enjoy: those that are open-ended, or provide a sandbox world for me to mess about in. We usually get a couple of these every year, but in 2011 we seem to have run into a minor bounty of the open stuff, which is good news for explorers and meanderers alike. I've…

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Doom 3: The Sourcening Approaches

So on the ball is RPS that the first post even slightly related to spooky goings-on we've run this week comes a full day after Hallowe'en. That's just our shtick - spurning pagan festivals is what we do, as is being too lazy/non-cynical to compile 'TOP TEN SCARIEST NOSES IN VIDEOGAMES' posts to farm traffic. Spooky this really isn't, but it does concern aged, ultra-darkened,…

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Rage: Surprises And Miseries

Question to the floor: how's everyone doing with Rage at the moment? There seem to be mixed reports as to the efficacy of the recent patch - for some it did the trick, for others (especially on ATI cards - our own John Walker claims the game is still more or less unplayable on his 5850) it didn't help the glitching and texture pop-in, and…

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Byte vs Brick: Week Ending Oct 7

Again! Again! It's our theoretically regular comparison of Steam's top ten best-selling games over the last week with the same at UK retail. Will Rage have stormed its way to the top despite the outrage and buck-passing surrounding its technically-troubled PC launch? Or will foot-to-ball have conclusively proven that an Englishman's national sport is more important to him than pretending to be a time-lost survivor…

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Rage: Settings Patch/Carmack On PC Probs

id's legendary robo-brain John Carmack has broken the developer's rather inadvisable silence about the mucky state of Rage at launch on PC last week. Apology? Nah? Accepting blame? Nah. It's all ATI's fault that id released a game designed for future rather than existent drivers, he says. Oh, and the reason the game, once working, is still not as super-shiny as we might have hoped…

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Sweet Desert: Fixing Rage’s Texture Problems

Alec and myself are busy playing Rage, and rather enjoying it, actually. That said, we had to do quite a bit of tweaking to get the damned thing working ok. We both used the fix detailed here in combination with enabling the GPU transcoding thing, while also updating drivers (particularly important for ATi cards). This seems to address most of the texture pop-in issues, and…

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Working Rage ATI Fix Now Out

Why, that's the most boring headline I've ever written here. Still, it's late, I'm tired, I've spent half the day unsuccessfully trying to track down an NVIDIA card so I can play Rage without feeling nauseous, but now I don't have to because ATI have put out a fix for the unhappy state of the game on Radeons. Unlike the first supposed fix, this makes…

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Raging About Rage PC

Good news! Rage is now on my PC, and I have begun to play it. I am excited to be doing so, based on what I've played of the game previously. Bad news! I'm seeing quite a few technical problems on my PC. To the point where I'm not sure I can keep playing. Sounds like I'm not alone either.

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Rage: Two Barrels Is A Commercial Incentive

Yeah, all this malarky about pre-order bonuses leaves me a bit uninterested, and I tend to gloss over such news. This one, however, had me say "Aw." And also "C'mon." You know in that imploring, almost disbelieving way? The double barrel shotgun in Rage is only (so far) available if you pre-order, and therefore get the Anarchy edition. So a post-apocalypse game, by Id, where…

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Going Balloonistic: Rage

Just in case anyone was worried that Rage might end up just being Slightly Miffed, the launch trailer, which you may have seen on a televisual device, has come along to remind us what the game is really about. Angry music and mutants being clobbered. Of course, there is actually more to it than that but it’s important to emphasise that the following things will…

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RPS Demands: We Want Keen DLC For Rage

It's a simple enough demand, I think. Yes, id, we've been increasingly impressed with the constant trickle of promotional trailers you've put out for Rage over recent months, and you've proven that Mr. Carmack is fully capable of talking the talk. But are you big enough to take on outside feedback? Will you listen to our plea? We think it's about time for the Commander…

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