Head to your mirror and start practicing. Once you’re ready, visit Dark Horse’s site for details on entering.
Gamespot recently visited id’s new office for a chance to go hands on with RAGE. During the trip, they saw several areas showcasing the game’s varied gameplay — including a look at the game’s main faction, the Authority.
Read the preview here, and be sure to watch the embedded video featuring design director Matt Hooper, creative director Tim Willits, and plenty of action from the game.
There’s plenty of pre-E3 talk for Prey 2, Skyrim, and RAGE at the following sites:
- CVG includes Skyrim, RAGE, and Prey 2 amongst their most anticipated games of the show. You can also vote for your most anticipated titles here.
- GameTrailers.com puts Skyrim as their #2 most anticipated of E3.
- Wired, Inc Gamers and IGN look forward to seeing Prey 2 at E3.
- Attack of the Fanboy, VG Chartz and GamerLive.TV place Skyrim amongst their most anticipated of E3.
- GameTrailers’ Bonus Round pre-E3 panel discuss both Skyrim and RAGE (jump to the fourth segment).
- IGN look ahead to seeing RAGE again at E3. Last year it took their Best Overall Game award.
While it’s been a few weeks since Brink’s release, but there’s plenty of cool stuff to share:
- Watch an impressive speed run (above) of the 3-star Parkour challenge. Can you beat 18 seconds?!?
- New reviews for Brink are up at Geek.com, GameStooge, G4TV (PC), and The Escapist.
- MTV Multiplayer has a pop-quiz interview with creative director Richard Ham.
- BitMob tours Splash Damage HQ.
- Check out the awesome fan art you posted at Rampaged Reality.
Additional news for RAGE, Prey 2, Skyrim, Honest Hearts, and more after the break…
The other day Blake Griffin went up to a Zoltar machine and wished he could be RAGE’s creative director. That or Tim Willits just lost a bet.
Today we’ve got the 30-second version of our RAGE commercial featuring NBA phenom Blake Griffin. Airing this week during the conference finals, the spot includes a new ending that didn’t appear in the original trailer.
Wanna see more of Blake and his feline friend? Head over to ESPN.com to view the behind-the-scenes video. Watch the making of below.
- I’m not eligible to win
- Saying “I’m not eligible to win” is giving me too much credit. I’ve upset everyone around my desk with my terrible “attempt”
But that doesn’t mean you can’t win. For a chance at getting your artwork in the final copy of RAGE (plus a new iPad and a trip to QuakeCon), head to our Facebook Graffiti App. And if you’re drawing skills are on par or worse than mine (who am I kidding??), you can simply fill out the Sweepstakes form for a chance to win.
Anyone know the number for that art test you see on TV? I need help.
A few weeks ago we told you about the Anarchy Edition of RAGE, which includes a set of in-game items (see above) provided for free to anyone that preorders the game. While we had store details for US and Canadian folks then, we’re now getting info on where European and Australian fans can look to grab their copies.
For links to where you can preorder the Anarchy Edition in the UK, Germany and Australia, click through below. We’ll update the post soon with details on stores in France and Benelux.
Los Angeles Clippers power forward Blake Griffin has already distinguished himself in the NBA by becoming Rookie of the Year, being selected as an All-Star and famously winning the 2011 NBA Slam Dunk Contest. Now he has a new goal: to land a starring role — or any role — in id Software’s upcoming shooter, RAGE.
Watch the above video that chronicles Blake’s attempt to make it as a digital actor, and head to RAGE.com to see why he wants in.
Counting down the minutes until Brink’s launch, I thought I’d share some of the latest news for Brink and our other titles.
- Xbox’s Major Nelson interviews game director Paul Wedgwood in his latest podcast
- Art Director Olivier Leonardi talks about Bringing Brink to Life in an interview with IGN
- Co-Optimus puts together one last preview before launch
- 1Up features Brink in a look at 2011 shooters
- IGN previews Brink’s maps with Dave ‘Dusty’ Johnson
- Creative Director Richard Ham shares tips with Gamespot on How Not To Die in Brink and provides a new community interview to Frag World
- Art Director Olivier Leonardi talks with New Zealand’s Game Planet
- Entertainment Weekly looks ahead to both Brink and Hunted
- Learn about the man behind Brink’s sound design, Chris Sweetman, in new interviews at Gamespot and Games.On.Net
- MSNBC and VG247 talk Brink with Paul Wedgwood
- Read the latest preview at Planet Xbox 360
- Don’t try this at home! Parkour expert Daniel Ilabaca goes head-to-head against Brink.
Get news on RAGE, Prey 2, and Skyrim after the break.