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See also rage



Rage f. (genitive Rage, no plural)

  1. fury, rage

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Rage Software
Rage Software's company logo.
Founded 1992
Founder(s) Paul Finnegan
Located UK
Closed 2003

Rage Software was a British video game developer. Formed in 1992, its games were marked by an emphasis on graphical effects with arcade gameplay.

The company closed in January, 2003 due to bankruptcy. Some of the former development staff have formed other game development companies such as Swordfish Studios, Juice Games and Realtime Worlds.

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Developer(s) id Software
Publisher(s) Bethesda Softworks
Engine id Tech 5
Release date Release Date Missing
Genre Driving, First-person shooter
Mode(s) Single-player, Multiplayer
Age rating(s) Ratings Missing
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3
Media DVD, Blu-ray Disc
Input Keyboard and mouse, gamepad
Credits | Soundtrack | Codes | Walkthrough

Rage is an upcoming first-person shooter and racing video game in development by id Software. It will use the company's new id Tech 5 engine. The game was announced on August 2, 2007 at QuakeCon. On the same day, a trailer for the game was released by

Information available so far indicates that the game takes place in a post-apocalyptic world similar to that of films such as Mad Max 2. In an interview with GameSpot, designer Tim Willits revealed that the game is set in the near future following the (fictional) impact of 99942 Apophis. Matthew J. Costello, who worked on the plot of Doom 3, is also working on the Rage plot. Influences on the driving and racing gameplay include games such as MotorStorm and Burnout, according to another Willits interview by Shacknews. Players will be able to upgrade their cars with money won from races.


Reports indicate that id is developing Rage with a "T-for-Teen" rating in mind, and that the Xbox 360, Windows, and Mac versions will ship on either two or three dual-layer DVD discs, while the PS3 version will ship on one Blu-ray disc. John Carmack has revealed that an uncompressed software build of Rage is one terabyte in size.

On July 14, 2008, id announced its decision to partner with Electronic Arts for publication of Rage. On March 9, 2009 the company's CEO Todd Hollenshead told Gametrailers TV, "No, it won't be out this year," when asked about a possible release date.

A trailer and several screenshots were released on August 13, 2009 at QuakeCon where it showcased various locations, racing and first person gameplay, and a brief insight into the storyline of the game. During GamesCom in Cologne Germany, Electronic Arts released four new screenshots for Rage.

On November 5, 2009, John Carmack stated id Software is not planning to support dedicated servers for the PC version, and instead will use a matchmaking system not unlike console games.

On December 15, 2009, ZeniMax Media Inc., who had acquired developer id Software in June 2009, announced that it has picked up the publishing rights to Rage, and that EA will not be involved in the sales or marketing of the title. The announcement also notes development of Rage has not been affected by this new deal.

Linux port

Regarding the status of the Linux port after the July 14, 2008 announcement, John Carmack said "It isn't a launch platform for us, but an executable may still show up." Later he said that a Linux port is unlikely in response to an email where he says "It isn't out of the question, but I don't think we will be able to justify the work." and "It probably wouldn't be all that bad to get it running on the nvidia binary drivers, but the chance of it working correctly and acceptably anywhere else would be small." Three weeks later Timothee Besset, the person in charge of porting id's products to Linux, discussed the future of the Linux port in a more positive light, stating on September 13, 2009 that "Fundamentally nothing has changed with our policy regarding Linux games... I'll be damned if we don't find the time to get Linux builds done."

External links

  • Rage Official website
  • RAGE Fan site
  • id Software

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Rage live in Milano, Italy.
Background information
Origin Germany
Genres Heavy metal
Speed metal
Thrash metal
Power metal
Progressive metal
Years active 1984 – present
Labels Nuclear Blast, SPV GmbH, Noise
Associated acts Kipelov, Stratovarius, Savage Circus
Peavy Wagner
Victor Smolski
André Hilgers

Rage is a heavy metal band from Germany. They have been playing since 1984. Today, only Peavy Wagner is the only member in the band who has been playing since the beginning. At first they were called Avenger.



Under the name Avenger

  • Prayers of Steel (1985)
  • Depraved to Black (EP, 1985)


  • Reign of Fear (1986)
  • Execution Guaranteed (1987)
  • Perfect Man (1988)
  • Secrets in a Weird World (1989)
  • Reflections of a Shadow (1990)
  • Trapped (1992)
  • The Missing Link (1993)
  • 10 Years in Rage (1994)
  • Black In Mind (1995)
  • Lingua Mortis (1996)
  • End of All Days (1996)
  • XIII (1998)
  • Ghosts (1999)
  • Welcome to the Other Side (2001)
  • Unity (2002)
  • Soundchaser (2003)
  • Speak of the Dead (2006)
  • Carved in Stone (2008)


  • Extended Power (1991)
  • Beyond the Wall (1992)
  • Refuge (Japan) (1993)
  • Higher than the Sky (Japan) (1996)
  • Live from the Vault (Japan) (1997)


  • Power of Metal (Live, 1994)
  • From the Cradle to the Stage (Live, 2004)
  • Full Moon in St. Petersburg (Live, 2007)

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