- Correspondent Andy Burt
has shared hands-on details from E3 2011 today on iD Software's Rage for the PlayStation 3 entertainment system.
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releases a new IP, it's more than a big deal – it's an event. The veteran development studio behind classics such as Doom and Quake is preparing to unleash its next big shooter, Rage, this October. And at E3 2011, the storied studio presented a wildly diverse group of missions from the post-apocalyptic adventure to try out on the PS3 version of the game.
First things first: Rage looks fantastic. As id Software's graphics guru John Carmack recently [Register or Login to view links]
, Rage may very well surprise gamers who expect the PS3 version to play second-fiddle to the PC version.
Rage is one of the sharpest-looking games I've seen in a long time, with the developer's new id Tech 5 engine really stealing the show. Walking around Rage's post-apocalyptic wasteland should seem like a gloomy experience, but the game's slick visuals and smooth-as-butter animations and framerate incite awe more than anything else.
Throughout Rage's expansive single-player environments, players can talk to many...